The gothic fashion trend is probably one of the most recognised out of all the fashion styles in our society. Fashion styles aren’t exclusively a clothes style but an overall look which can be accessorised with shoes, jewellery, watches and more. If your wardrobe is predominantly made up of a gothic style however you are still in need of the accessories that can go with it then stay tuned for our recommendations on gothic jewellery.
If you haven’t got a wardrobe filled to the brim with gothic clothing then you may be wondering what the gothic fashion trend entails or how it began. The gothic fashion trend descends from the victorian era, especially the romantic gothic style which originates from the literature of the eighteenth century. You may have already guessed that there are several different types of gothic fashion which include: romantic, NU goth, steampunk and cyber goth to name a few.
If it wasn’t already apparent, the gothic style surrounds the colour black, which is what gives this sub culture it’s famous dark and mysterious aesthetic. In light of this (no pun intended) we have picked out some pieces of jewellery which will compliment the gothic fashion style beautifully.
It is not only the dark shades of this bracelet that hints at its gothic outlook, but the silver adorned skull which is the main feature of this piece of jewellery. This bracelet can be styled to a variety of different gothic looks and will work well as an accessory that completes a look rather than being the centre piece.
The next piece of jewellery on our recommendations is another bracelet from Thomas Sabo, however in a different style all together. The piece is particularly minimalistic with only a small bead with Thomas Sabo’s name and the main attraction being the cross. This bracelet suits the NU goth style with its minimalist flair.
If you are looking for jewellery which is more personalised then we recommend you look into a Chamilia charm bracelet which can be adapted and changed to suit not only your look but your personality. As those who enjoy gothic style and fashion also love the dark shades of the night we picked out this crescent moon and star charm which is intricate in design.
The second charm is more simplistic than the previous crescent moon and star, however it is the interwoven style of this charm that would be well suited to a romantic goth style which focuses on more of a simplistic look and smooth style.
The final charm we are recommending to you is again by Chamilia, this time their faith soul charm. If you like to be well co ordinated then this would match beautifully with the Thomas Sabo bracelet that we mentioned previously as they both feature a cross which is signature to a NU goth style.
Stay tuned for more jewellery styles!