How to Dress Undead

Undead is a branch of goth that can be either cute or scary. This ranges from ghost to vampire. Due to the fact the awful truth that this is such a cute fashion, it is traditional to spread the word of this.


  1. Range your colors. "Okay colors" are: black, red, some pinks and purple. Make sure you have a healthy amount of at least three.Dress%20Undead%20Step%201.jpg
  2. Get hoodies and totally tear them up and rip them apart for the "I just came out of my freakin' coffin" look. This is a decent undead sequence.Dress%20Undead%20Step%202.jpg
  3. Get some clothing and destroy it to help your "I came out of my freakin' coffin" sequence. Dress%20Undead%20Step%203.jpg
  4. Now for the beautiful part. Wear long, flowing dresses, skirts, and shirts. Maybe even corsets and skirts with crystal or jewel decoration. Black tight pants and tops work when you want to be casual. For shoes, a pair of ballet flats can work. High heels are recommended though.Dress%20Undead%20Step%204.jpg
  5. For the cute: wear pink mini dresses, pink fishnets, and make sure some of those mini dresses are corset closed.Dress%20Undead%20Step%205.jpg
  6. Accessories for horrific: an emo messenger bag. For beautiful: glue on realistic fangs. For cute: contacts in pink.Dress%20Undead%20Step%206.jpg
  7. Bed head, loose, steaks and spikes are hairstyles that work for horrific. Dress%20Undead%20Step%207.jpg
  8. For beautiful: black or dark hair. Make sure it's shiny, and a slight wave is fine.Dress%20Undead%20Step%208.jpg
  9. For cute: dye your hair blond or white. Pink streaks are optional.Dress%20Undead%20Step%209.jpg
  10. For all: eyeliner in every shade works! Lipstick can be black, red or light pink. Dark only for eyeshadow.Dress%20Undead%20Step%2010.jpg



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