Oh my goth! A dark shroud hath descended upon the sun-drenched beaches of Miami, and it is quite horrifically wonderful.
The sexy witches and the androgynous masses flocked in droves to the Marilyn Manson concert, robed in their most sinister attire. Many a breast was plumped up, many a waist synched to near-deadly proportions. Hair came in all manner of unnatural hues, shoes doubled as weapons, and eye-liner was everywhere.
Of course, some people looked like they stepped out of our middle school closets, but indeed, what else do you wear to a spooky kid concert? Fashion Freak-Out, indeed.
It's not often you see a pair like this while the sun is still out. Remember kids: Leather is best paired with underwear.
Big, black boots are an essential for any spooky kid wardrobe. Whether you're a metal kid, a goth kid, a punk rocker, or just really angry your parents, you need some curb-smashing face-stompers. End of discussion.
Did this girl just pull out her favorite outfit from high school in 2003? Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Natural-colored hair is so over-rated. Don't you see how happy she is to be blue? Ouija says cotton-candy hair is a definite spooky kid fashion must.
When piercing the face, it's really important that you tie the look together. This can be done with matching piercings or just by physically tying your various holes onto one chain. Just, don't tie and blow bubble gum at the same time.
Bad bitch alert. Can someone say, best makeup at the whole show? Even Marilyn Manson himself wasn't looking so delectably dark.
So my boyfriend wears more make-up than I do. That doesn't mean he's gay. It. Does. Not.
Fuck you, hipsters. You're not the only ones who get to rock the awesome mustache look.
Love isn't really love until you've put a leash on yourself. She'll hand over the choke chain when she finds the right slave master.
Yep. That's Marilyn Manson all over her manicure. Eat your heart out, Pinterest.
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