Gloomth’s Gothic Victorian Blouses

I’ve always been really interested in historical fashions, so when I began Gloomth my goal was to include that obsession in our designs. Blending antiquated touches with modern subculture style has become our signature since 2007 and it’s a theme I am still inspired by today. One easy way to add some Gothic Victorian magic to your wardrobe is to include blouses in that style. Paired with simple skirts and trousers they bring in some Victorian flair without looking like you’re heading to a renaissance fair after work. 😉

Here are some of Gloomth’s Gothic Victorian inspired blouses and ideas on how to coordinate them to your style and taste!

gothic victorian outfit

“Aristocracy” blouse– This classic blouse looks great paired with a long straight skirt for an office friendly Gothic look with a Victorian touch. We also love it with a full fluffy lolita style skirt for a more dolly style. It’s available in a range of colors and sizes XS-XXL or custom made to measure.

gothic victorian doll outfit

“Lotus” Blouse– This blouse is full of homespun Victorian charm, with it’s cotton lace details and puffed sleeves. We love it with a long ruffle-hemmed Victorian style skirt, or pair it with bloomers for a more club-able antique style. Available with your choice of lace color and fabric color also!

victorian blouse with lace trim

“Mabel” blouse- For a more romantic Victorian feel our “Mabel” blouse with it’s soft lace trim works beautifully. Pair it with a full lolita skirt for a lovely Victorian doll feel, or wear it under a jacket and with trousers to work.

Gothic Victorian styles are a great way to play with antique touches without being stifled by a lot of rules and requirements, you can take inspiration from so many types of historical looks while still being modern and spooky.

-Taeden

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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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