How to Cope with a Hot Day as a Goth Woman
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It's summer again, and many goth women are starting to panic about what they're going to do as the temperature rises and the cloudy, gray skies they're so accustomed to disappear. However, there are many ways for goth women to show off their "scary" side without changing their wardrobe too much or buying new things. Below we present some items that you should consider wearing during the summer months.
1. Mesh Tops
Fine mesh tops are something you should start wearing during the summer. The lightweight fabric of these mesh tops leaves room for cooling breezes. There is no need to choose black for mesh tops. Red or purple are perfect colors that give you a goth look in warm weather.
2. Short skirts
The best time to flaunt your legs is summer time. Therefore, heat is no excuse if someone calls you. Look through your wardrobe, and bring out those short skirts you don't usually wear.
3. Smaller Boots
Summer is a great time to start thinking about alternative footwear if you're the type of person who usually wears tall boots. You can beat the heat and still live comfortably by wearing smaller shoes.
Vests aren't just for men. Women can also add it to their wardrobe. You can wear a lightweight fitted vest during the summer months. The colors black, purple, red and white are all perfect for paying attention.
5. Fishnet tights
Fishnet tights can keep you cool during the summer months for those who don't like going out barefoot. These tights have different sized holes to accommodate all types of weather and to keep you cool.
6. Dresses and coats
Investing in some great dresses and coats might be just the thing you need this summer if you like to have outer layers on the clothes you put on. Your body will get as much fresh air as it needs by wearing a dress or cape.
7. Buy a parasol
The parasol is a fantastic thing you can add to your summer outfits, which will not only give you a surprisingly cool piece of gothic fashion, but will also help protect you from the sun. The parasol is ideal for almost any outfit, although a parasol is best worn with long dresses or a vaguely Victorian top.