If you identify as a Goth, expect to have a wardrobe dominated by black items. Keep in mind that what makes you stand out from the crowd is the correct color match for your black ensemble, even if you wish to add a splash of color on occasion. So, how do you go about accessorizing all-black ensembles? As a result, we’re putting together a gallery of eye-catching hues to go along with your black ensemble.
Black and purple go well together.
Any outfit, even a black one, looks amazing with a pop of purple. However, because purple is such a strong color, you should use far less of it in your ensemble. Adding a purple brooch to your skull suit jacket or blazer is a strong way to express yourself. You can also accessorize with a little jewelry. With a purple pendant or pearls, a simple necklace would be appropriate.
Black and red are a good match.
Combining reds of various intensities can be really useful. Wear a red t-shirt underneath and a mesh top with lots of chains or metallic links to make the red pop out of the holes. You can add a burst of color to your attire by simply draping a red scarf from your neckline in front of it. Adding a red scarf or a skull tie will further liven up your look. Do you want to flaunt your biker style? Those skull earrings are so cool.
Black and silver both look good.
In addition to wearing all black, you can create a stunning fashion statement by wearing a lot of silver. Skull necklaces can be found in a variety of gothic forms, including the classic waist necklace. As a result, a skull brooch or necklace can be accessorized with a simple piece of sterling silver. Skull bracelets in black leather (or synthetic leather) with silver accents are another option. On the other hand, you can go with something simple like simple chains on your wrists, or you can go all out and wear a slew of bracelets.
In a nutshell,
If you want to look your best, picking the appropriate shade of color should be second nature to you. No of your body type or skin tone, an all-black ensemble can look great on you, but a pop of color never hurts. All tones, tints, and hues must be matched perfectly to create a good costume.