5 Goth Spring Dresses and Outfit Ideas

It’s finally sunny and bright here! Maybe spring will come to us here in chilly Ontario at last? I’m probably cursing us with more snow just by saying that. Either way here are 5 goth spring dresses and ideas on how to wear them, since it’ll have to be spring someday! 🙂

chrysanthemum dress by gloomth

“Chrysanthemum” Dress– The frills on this lolita dress are reminiscent of big fluffy flowers! We love this dress for the warmer spring days, with it’s little puffed sleeves. We offer it in a whole range of colors- including black, cream, navy, white, cranberry red, and unbleached cotton, and sizes xs-2xl. In black it makes a great gothic lolita look for spring, pair it with lace tights and platform rocking-horse shoes and your favorite wrist cuffs.

gothic doll outfit gloomth

“Doll” Dress- A simple and classic Gothic doll outfit! Pair our “Doll” dress with stripey tights and boots for a cute and quick look. We also offer this dress in plenty of color combinations and 2 lengths.

blue hair lolita vanessa walsh

“Damsel” Dress– One of our favorite designs here at the ‘Cult is our “Damsel” dress! Wear it on cooler days layered over a blouse for a perfect dolly style, or without on warmer days for a frilly sundress look. Available in a bunch of colors and sizes xs-2xl (or custom made)!

circus theme wedding

“Spelterini” Dress– Black and white stripes are a classic gothic pattern, layer a cardigan over this circus inspired dress for an easy spring look with loads of dark detail! We like it with red striped stockings and sneakers.

retro mod doll dress by gloomth

“Anise” Dress- Feeling a little retro mod or dark 1960s doll? Our “Anise” dress is full of retro style. Pair it with a little hat and flats for a casual and adorable style.

What are you wearing this spring?

-Taeden

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About gloomth

Gloomth is a love letter to the misfits of the misfits. Our blog covers strange lifestyle inspiration, diy ideas, our clothing label photoshoots, and more. Written by Gloomth designer Taeden Hall.
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