Dark, gloomy, and edgy, the goth aesthetic is mysterious and multidimensional.
There are many different goth aesthetics, but the most commonly seen type stems from the late 70s and early 80s British bands like Siouxsie and the Banshees and The Cure. Dress styles often feature plenty of black or gray, white checks, and fishnets.
Heavy eyeliner, dark lipstick, and piercings are also common, along with colorful hair extensions, long locks, and choppy bangs. Varying styles of this aesthetic include pastel, Lolita, Victorian, and Deathrockers, each with their own distinctive fashion. This is an aesthetic that has myriad branches of trends and styles, so you can find something that suits your personality best.