Gothabilly (sometimes hellbilly) is an offshoot of psychobilly influenced by the goth subculture. The name is a portmanteau word that combines gothic and rockabilly, first used by the Cramps in the late 1970s to describe their somber blend of rockabilly and punk rock.
Like regular hippies, the Hippy Goth type can and usually may be incredibly eco- and animal friendly, possibly being vegan or vegetarian as well. The difference lies in this type's more morbid, dark splash on regular hippy lifestyle and fashion.
Gothic lolita is a subgroup of lolita fashion. There are more then ten groups of lolita fashion. In gothic lolita, the main color scheme is black and white, sometimes red. The clothing and accessories are oftentimes romantic or dark, such as intricate crosses, coffins, sheer black lace (lace used for funerals), chunky goth Mary janes, gothic cameos, etc. It follows all the rules for lolita fashion.