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80s goth

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for 80s goth. Get inspired and try out new things.
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Christina Hendricks In High School: “I was a goth kid. I dyed my hair about 42 different colours, shaved it at the back and wore black make-up. Kids can be pretty judgmental about people who are different. But instead of breaking down and conforming, I stood firm. That is also probably why I was unhappy. My mother was mortified and kept telling me how horrible and ugly I looked. Strangers would walk by with a look of shock on their face, so I never felt pretty. I just always felt awkward."

The drop-dead gorgeous "Mad Men" star spoke to The Mirror about her horrifying teenage years -- a time when she fancied herself "a bit of a goth," dyed her hair every color of the rainbow, and her fellow students would spit on her for it. RUDE!

Muy subjetiva y estereotipada esta imagen; ya que hay personas que muestran rasgos de más de 1 por ejm (yo): se puede ser metalhead y esuchar música gótica y gustar la cultura también y no importarle salir con otro tipo de personas ni criticar etc.

Muy subjetiva y estereotipada esta imagen; ya que hay personas que muestran rasgos de más de 1 por ejm (yo): se puede ser metalhead y esuchar música gótica y gustar la cultura también y no importarle salir con otro tipo de personas ni criticar etc.

Illustration from the book The Bag I’m In by Sam Knee Press Ziggy Hanaor

From the fair isle jumpers of the 60s art-school boho, through to the bone necklaces and black string vests worn by early 80s goths, changing youth fashions have come to reflect everything from class to political beliefs, as a new book illustrates. The Bag I’m In, Underground Music and Fashion in Britain 1960-1990 by Sam Knee is published by Cicada Books

I was relentlessly teased in Junior High for wearing a pair of shoes shown here, can you guess which one? pic.twitter.com/Yyjn7SAe1a

“I was relentlessly teased in Junior High for wearing a pair of shoes shown here, can you guess which one? 😎”

Here is nevan and one of his friends hanging out before going to a show.

Here is nevan and one of his friends hanging out before going to a show.

Steve Strange RIP

“Sad to hear about Steve Strange, the guy was ahead of his time. Pictured here in 1981 #RipSteve”

1980s-90s Goth fashion is typically inspired by gothic literature and art pieces. Typical fashion is dark in color and mysterious by nature. Gothic fashion typically admires pale skin in contrast with dark hair. A major television influence over Goth fashion in the 80's and 90's was The Addams Family.

More Goths of the '80s. Siouxsie Sioux eyes, Ian McCulloch hair and lots and lots of black. Crank up the Bauhaus and release the bats! ( Via Now This Is Gothic)