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Gothic Coats - what to wear
In Goth subculture there is a great range of outerwear that is expected to be worn. This ranges from coats, cloaks, jackets, PVC rubber or leather. Preferably as flamboyant as possible, there is a great range to choose from. We have a couple of goth coats, some Ladies Gothic Jackets and some Mens Gothic Jackets on our site that you can brows through at your leasure. Quite often black or dark purple are the most traditional colours, big belts, long draping sleeves and massive collars are optional, although quite often expected!

Under no circumstances must a goth coat be practical! Pockets for example are not aloud, unless you have more than 12, if you do have more than this then they must also be massive. Quite often a jacket, cape or cloak can be home made, or a cut / unstitched one that has then been put back together again. Zips and sometimes saftypins / lots of strapps are also encouraged.

Over all when choosing, or deciding upon a gothic coat, it is often best to just go with what you feel is right. Most of the time it will only get better the longer / more you wear it, this is especially true with leather.

Good luck!

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