Attending a party or an event with a medieval or gothic theme means you usually have to be appropriate dressed. Gothic period dresses are visually striking, flamboyant and appealing and of all the various styles like a king or a queen’s gothic clothing, a pirate with his pirate shirt and typical hat or a lady in waiting with her gothic corsets, vampire style gothic clothing can be an eye catcher. Vampires still hold a fascination for human beings and dressing up as a gothic era vampire with the right set of gothic clothing is certainly going to turn heads. Enhance the macabre appearance with a dark cape, false fangs, make up with bloodshot eyes and some fake blood and you could send sexy shivers down some viewer’s spines.
Equally arresting is being outfitted in a pirate’s ensemble. Pirates had flair, were flamboyant and their style of clothing, especially the pirate shirt, can be quite eye catching and spectacular. Match a pirate shirt with an appropriate gothic corset with gothic style hose below and a hat with a plume, a scabbard dangling by your hip with a sword, bandoliers, sash and bandanna around your neck and floor everybody with your swaggering style. The high point of the gothic clothing ensemble undoubtedly is the pirate shirt. A pirate shirt has many forms, most of them with loose shoulders and billowing sleeves tied at the cuff with or without elaborate necklines. Available in satin, silk, rayon and other lustrous materials, they can shimmer and shine, giving you a quite exotic look.
A gothic witch dress may not be to everyone’s liking but if you have a quirky sense of humour, it can be quite dramatic in appeal, especially when women wear the appropriate pointed hat, a long black cape and shoes to match.