Half-Length Gothic Dress
Half as short, but twice as cool. The half-length gothic dress! The half-length dress is also called a midi dress and is a real all-round talent. Not too short, not too long and suitable for almost every occasion. Our midi-length gothic dresses range from simple to very elaborate and extremely eye-catching. You don't have to do without stylish elements like lace, bondage accessories, fishnet inserts, pointed black metal rivets or eyelets, quite the opposite. Each half-length gothic dress is distinguished by its individual look and is made with great attention to detail. As with all our gothic clothing products, we also pay attention to the highest quality and first-class wearing comfort for our half-length dresses. We always have the latest collections from our brands and labels such as Dark In Love, Restyle, Punk Rave or Banned and always offer you a huge selection of beautiful black gothic half-length dresses.
For What Occasion Do I Wear My Half-Length Gothic Dress?
Our half-length gothic dresses differ greatly from each other in terms of design and material. Therefore, it is not possible to say in general when you should wear your half-length gothic dress. It depends on the style. If you are looking for a mid-length dress that is suitable for everyday wear, then try one that is a little more simple, for example one made of cotton or with a high cotton content. Lots of lace and asymmetrical cuts are very conspicuous and don't always look so good in everyday life, i.e. at work or at university. Of course, if you also want to stand out in everyday life with a stylish gothic midi dress, then feel free to choose an elaborate half-length gothic dress. The length of the individual gothic midi dresses hardly differs from each other. But the cut and material differ a lot. Those half-length dresses that are cut asymmetrically are daring in any case. The asymmetry immediately catches the eye and often looks wild. Especially at parties or at a gothic open air festival, these dresses really make a statement and you are sure to be an instant eye-catcher. Gothic dresses with semi-transparent fabrics or fishnet inserts, such as Eva Lady, look very sexy, are also great for gothic parties and can be combined with fishnet tights and elegant gothic platform boots. In general, you can say that half-length or medium-length gothic dresses are also very suitable for festive occasions. Depending on the occasion, however, you should make sure that the gothic outfit is still appropriate. If you are a guest at a wedding, transparent fabrics, large necklines and bondage elements are often a no-go, unless of course the bride and groom are celebrating a wedding in black gothic style. Then, of course, it can look quite different. So pay a bit of attention when you show up in a half-length gothic dress with pentagrams, faux leather lacing and fishnet inserts. If you know the hosts well, you will of course know what is taboo and what is okay. It is also very important for us, in our conversations with clients, that you have your own style and that you follow it through. But sometimes it is simply unpleasant if you appear completely overdressed at an event.
Which Cut of Half-Length Gothic Dresses Suits Me?
Some say you can't argue about taste. Or can you? Somehow both versions of this saying are true. On the one hand, you can't argue about taste, because it's about subjective and personal perceptions that sometimes can't dismissed. On the other hand, however, there are all kinds of arguments about taste. What some people consider an absolute hit is a complete no-go for others. It's impossible to say which cut suits which person best. But there are a few basic principles you should follow when buying your half-length gothic dress: Be true to yourself and wear what you want! Probably the most important tip for your gothic dress style. What a phrase, of course, but there's still a lot of truth in it. If you normally wear simpler clothes and don't like to stand out from the crowd, then you might want to buy a mid-length dress that you can feel yourself in. A semi-transparent gothic dress with flashy trumpet sleeves, feathers, lace and shiny velvet might not be the best idea as an everyday outfit. Unless, of course, you want to try something completely new or buy the gothic midi dress for a very special occasion. Then it can be more striking. Generally speaking, very tight-fitting dresses accentuate your body shape and curves and are extremely sexy. Do you want to show off your décolleté, your stomach and your tight bottom? Then a tight-fitting gothic sheath dress is exactly the right choice! Shiny fabrics, fishnet and lace add to the gothic look. If you are looking for a dress that is a little more flattering, then you should opt for a loose and airy cut. Flowing material like chiffon supports this effect and also looks very elegant. If you want to make your straight waist look more feminine, try a mid-length gothic dress with a fitted cut and a flared skirt, for example from H&R, Killstar or Banned. By the way, you can also hide one or two fat pads on your bottom underneath. A larger round neckline or heart-shaped neckline emphasises the décolleté, while a stand-up collar emphasises the neckline. If you want to make your shoulders look smaller, it is advisable to wear wider straps, T-shirt sleeves or long sleeves. If you have a very delicate shoulder area that you want to emphasise, then sleeveless half-length gothic dresses or those with spaghetti straps are recommended. There is little difference in the length of gothic half-length dresses, they end either just above or just below the knees. A flared skirt hugs the knees without accentuating them. A close-fitting, perhaps even asymmetrical cut emphasises the legs more. You can see this in the gothic midi dresses from Devil Fashion or Heartless. Wear your midi dress with fishnet tights, a gothic bolero and elegant gothic boots. Make your gothic look perfect by combining it with stylish accessories.