Oriental Goth fashion draws on the traditional dress of the cultures of the Orient and combines it with Goth stylings. Although, of course, if someone refers to themselves as an 'Oriental' or 'Asian' Goth, they may simply be a Goth person of Asian origin...
The most commonly seen Oriental Goth clothes come in silky brocade fabrics with Oriental-inspired embroidery; usually in rich colours such as pink, turquoise, aqua, red, green and gold, which provide a strong contrast with the usual black. Styles may include high-collared dresses; or outfits inspired by geisha clothing, such as Poizen Industries's Dark Kimono (which, incidentally, I happen to be wearing at the moment), a black kimono-styled minidress, complete with underskirt, obi belt, safety-pins and spiderweb lace.
Whilst Goth brands such as Dark Star have produced distinctly Oriental-inspired pieces, clothes are often bought from mainstream shops selling Far Eastern gifts, products and apparel (such as Affinity East in the Festival Place mall, Basingstoke). These clothes have a more authentic Oriental look than the brand-name pieces mentioned above, and often look striking paired with torn fishnets, stompy boots and pretty gloves.