A member of a longstanding elite fraternity, harboring resentment against the lower classes. This resentment has festered into a deep-seeded melancholy, often manifested publicly by a propensity towards collar-popping, a subconscious externalized demonstration of a yearning to be wearing a vampire cape.
Frat Goth styles are becoming increasingly popular. Companies like Revenant, Froth, and Ghoul are capitalizing off new Frat Goth markets, combining classic conservative elegance with the despair of American economic instability.
by Pinochet July 11, 2008