Predominately a fashion style where one wears grim but not necessary dark colored apparel. At first glance the White Gothic individual does not appear gothic in the classical sense but after careful inspection of clothing patterns, accessories, and domineer, the subtle gothic overtone is obvious. The style drives more at portraying specific emotions, depending on the outfit. It usually focuses on negative emotion such as sadness, anger, and tragedy, but can also be manically positive in a romantic or cheerful sort of way. Each outfit tells a story or gives off a particular mood.
Lady Gaga and Rihana are two mainstream examples of the White Goth style.
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