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Gothic Charm School

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by
Jillian Venters

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 2.5 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

An essential, fully illustrated guidebook to day-to-day Goth living

There’s more to being a Goth than throwing on some black velvet, dyeing your hair, and calling it a day (or a night). How do you dress with morbid flair when going to a job interview? Is there such a thing as growing too old to be a Goth? How do you explain to your grandma that it’s not just a phase?

Jillian Venters, a.k.a. “the Lady of the Manners,” knows how to be strange and unusual without sacrificing politeness and etiquette. In Gothic Charm School, she offers the quintessential guide to dark decorum for all those who have ever searched for beauty in dark, unexpected places, embraced their individuality, and reveled in decadence . . . and for families and friends who just don’t understand.

An essential, fully illustrated guidebook to day-to-day Goth living

There’s more to being a Goth than throwing on some black velvet, dyeing your hair, and calling it a day (or a night). How do you dress with morbid flair when going to a job interview? Is there such a thing as growing too old to be a Goth? How do you explain to your grandma that it’s not just a phase?

Jillian Venters, a.k.a. “the Lady of the Manners,” knows how to be strange and unusual without sacrificing… (more)

An essential, fully illustrated guidebook to day-to-day Goth living

There’s more to being a Goth than throwing on some black velvet, dyeing your hair, and calling it a day (or a night). How do you dress with morbid flair when going to a job interview? Is there such a thing as growing too old to be a Goth? How do you explain to your grandma that it’s not just a phase?

Jillian Venters, a.k.a. “the Lady of the Manners,” knows how to be strange and unusual without sacrificing politeness and etiquette. In Gothic Charm School, she offers the quintessential guide to dark decorum for all those who have ever searched for beauty in dark, unexpected places, embraced their individuality, and reveled in decadence . . . and for families and friends who just don’t understand.

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