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Women's Gothic Half-Length Skirts

Many of you know this and I'm sure you do too. Sometimes it's hard to decide, isn't it? Do you prefer the short, tight sexy gothic mini skirt or rather the elegant long gothic skirt? No problem, because we have put together the beautiful half-length gothic skirts for you in this category. Also known as midi skirts, half-length gothic skirts are not only perfect for every occasion and every season, but they are also often a kind of mix between a short and a long gothic skirt. With this garment, you steer clear of any half-measures! Especially if you don't want to come across as too provocative, but a long gothic skirt is just too long for you or doesn't match your outfit, then you should opt for a half-length gothic skirt. Unlike the mini skirt, which emphasises the knees, the half-length gothic skirt draws special attention to your ankle area. This might sound a bit silly, but especially in combination with the right gothic shoes for women, this look has a very special appeal! Our top labels and manufacturers such as Killstar, Punk Rave and Banned, among others, always supply us with the latest and hottest half-length gothic skirts at any time, so that we can always offer you the wide and varied range that you are used to from us.

Which Style Should I Choose?

The half-length gothic skirt fits pretty much every figure. The gothic miniskirt is usually very revealing. That can be a bit annoying if you don't always want to show off your legs. The half-length gothic skirt conceals a little more, but is still not quite as festive and distinguished as the long gothic skirt. It also doesn't drag on the floor, which is great if you're a little shorter and don't always want to wear platform gothic boots. Admittedly, they are also very cool. First of all, you should ask yourself what material you have in mind. If you like flowing, airy fabrics, then you should go for a light, chiffon-like material, such as Killstar or Jawbreaker. These fabrics also have the advantage that they look mega elegant and almost fairy-like. They also sit pleasantly and very comfortably at any time of year. Equally airy but much more eye-catching are the half-length gothic skirts made of lace, for example by Dark in Love or RQ-BL. These really unusual gothic skirts almost have something witch-like about them and make you look mystical and magical. The ornamental lace also makes them look a little playful. Satin, leather-like, velvet and cotton fabrics are a little more discreet and not quite as airy and loose. Nevertheless, they also look very elegant. Once you have decided on a material, the fit of the half-length gothic skirt is still crucial. The tight-fitting pencil skirts shape a tight bottom and look very sexy but also a bit strict at the same time. This is perhaps a little reminiscent of the sexy teacher's look. A slightly different cut is the gothic pencil skirt, which is flared towards the bottom. It doesn't look quite as severe and conjures up really great curves. Flared gothic skirts have the advantage that they conceal a little more and sit airy and loose. A slightly different variation is the half-length skirt in a destroyed look. The fabric hangs in deliberately draped shreds and loosens up the overall look. Especially in combination with lace and tulle, it really comes into its own. Equally striking are the half-length gothic skirts with an asymmetrical fit. Especially when the asymmetrical cut and the destroyed look meet, it gives a real wow effect. Combined with filigree material like lace or tulle, it's simply a hit and you're sure to catch everyone's eye with such a half-length gothic skirt. A particularly extreme variant of the flared half-length gothic skirt is, of course, the petticoat. This dream in tulle has been extremely popular since the 50s and is not only popular with rockabilly fans. The puffy skirt is not only suitable for rock 'n' roll dancing, but is also an integral part of the black scene and has been for a long time.

To What Occasion Do I Wear My Half-Length Gothic Skirt?

The advantage of a half-length gothic skirt is that it is suitable for almost any occasion. Because it is not too short, unlike the gothic miniskirt, you can wear it on more festive occasions. Of course, you should make sure that the design of the half-length skirt is appropriate for the occasion. At an elegant vernissage, in a museum or at a classical concert, it might be a bit frowned upon to show yourself in a half-length gothic skirt with a destroyed look. An elegant version with brocade fabric, lace or tulle, for example, is suitable there. An asymmetrical cut may also look a little inappropriate for a festive occasion. Go for a classic A-line cut or a pencil skirt, which always goes down well. If, on the other hand, you are going to a wild party or a gothic festival, your gothic outfit can, or should, be much more extravagant. The half-length gothic skirt with an eye-catching fit, for example with an asymmetrical cut or in a destroyed look, is almost an absolute must! Here you can let off steam and let your imagination run wild! At a fetish party you can and should wear a half-length gothic skirt in PVC look. The shiny vinyl material shapes your curves, looks super hot and sexy and attracts all eyes exactly there. For everyday wear, it's best to opt for a mid-length gothic skirt that is above all comfortable. After all, you want to walk around in it all day and feel comfortable. Of course, a mid-length gothic skirt that doesn't have too much lace or tulle is a bit more practical, because that can be a bit difficult when riding a bike, for example. For a walk through the city or a little shopping tour, the more playful skirts are of course also suitable. In the office, as with more festive occasions, you should check which outfit is appropriate. If there are no or very loose dress codes, you can live your life to the fullest and don't really have to consider anything else when deciding which outfit to wear, except that it goes well with each other. If there are certain dress codes at work, then ideally opt for a plain model. This way you can't go wrong and still live your dark fashion style in the office.