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06 December 2010

Steampunks


Many would often see Goths as a subculture inspired by music, literature, and creativity. Steampunk, however, was inspired by fashion sense: mixing victorian with technology. Which include corsets, gowns, coats, vests, and military-inspired garments. Along with goggles, top hats, canes, parasols, and pocket watches as favorite accessories. As said before, Steampunk was not inspired by music, so musical tastes can vary from synthpop to classical, but many perfer to be within the industrial genre. As for the social scene, there are many festivals surrounding the subculture such as Saloncon. Steampunks have wickedly awesome creativity, combining 2 contradictions from the old and modern world.


*~Mystic~*
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