I get asked all the time if I am goth just because I wear dark clothes. I'm not. People automatically assume things. The "Don't judge a book by its cover" quote comes into play. Just because I wear dark clothes does not make me goth. Come on people!!!
My dress is black, my shoes are black, my knee-high socks are black. My long-sleeve shirt is red, the only clothes I wear that aren't black are my bra & underwear, both my bra and underwear are white nylon. That's me everyday of the week.
Black, darkest olive, brown, purple, blood red.
The winter is for heavy textures, tweed, wool, leather, brocade.
Underskirts, darkest navy lace petticoats (no panties, no bras), camisoles, black fishnets. Boots.
I've cleaned out my Wardrobe a couple of weekends ago and despite not throwing out much (which I promised I would) I've noticed a dark theme starting to emerge in the skirt department ! they all seem to be black. I have the odd one which isn't black and my tops, jeans and...
I personally do like wearing dark colours normally I'll wear a blue or black shirt/t-shirt and dark coloured pants.
My wife has being trying to introduce a bit more colour into my clothing because when I first met her I wore almost exclusively black clothing.
My bee that was...
I like to wear dark work clothes, not because they look good on me but mainly to hide any stains that gets on them.
I work on equipment and I can get pretty dirty. Of course not all stains come out in the wash. I even presoak at times does help but still not 100%...At least I can...