The original challenge topic was "my wardrobe turnover" which meant "how often you sell your stuff to get new stuff." Well, this is more a lolita thing, since those lolita pieces are SO expensive. Back in 2002, when I first found out about the lolita look, all those brands were so prohibitively expensive (they still are). I could imagine that the only way to make lolita economically possible is to sell your stuff to get other stuff--unless you got rich parents, of course.
Thankfully goth doesn't really have that problem. I've seen goths make a pair of black yoga pants the scariest thing you've ever seen. So I'm interpreting this challenge as outgrowing some styles and taking new ones on: out with the old, in with the new. So I'll post some pictures of styles I've had during the years... none of these are me, cause I don't feel like digging through pictures.
|Not me or anyone I know...but it might as well be in the late 90s. Jncos and a band tshirt..and eyeliner|
|Early 2000s... Rivethead me. Fishnets, boots, masculine, military. Industrial wasteland. More machine than man!!|
|mid-2000s: So, I started as a rivethead...then I discovered William Gibson, final fantasy, and started working at claires, and then as a hairdresser. The perfect combination for cybergoth...still my favorite look ever....|
|late 2000s: listened to way too much stiffs inc. also moved out to a pretty dangerous neighborhood in chicago, which coincidently had a bunch of pimp stores. so, i became the victorian gentleman. Some kodona too.|
|today: modern goth. I live in NYC now and am hardly ever home. You've got to be casual and cool and up for anything!|