The Werewolf aesthetic is the antithesis to the Vampire aesthetic. Whereas the Vampires are restrained and formal in their dress and mannerisms, the Werewolf is wild and chaotic.


  • Wolves
  • Nighttime, and all that Night brings
  • Round, Full Moons
  • Wild Meadows
  • Forests
  • Villages


The goal of werewolf fashion is not to look fashionable, but to be as comfortable and functional as possible.

  • Fur
  • Wool
  • Leather
  • Flannel
  • Bones and Teeth
  • Jeans
  • Combat or Hiking Boots
  • Naturally-textured Hair
    • It can be long or short or brightly coloured, but it shouldn't be in a style that's so complicated it makes you afraid of turning your head too quickly.
  • Leggings


  • Keeping a Nocturnal Schedule
  • Midnight Walks
  • Running through the Woods
  • Studying the Phases of the Moon
  • Environmentalism



  • Julie of the Wolves series, by Jean Craighead George
  • Moonstruck graphic novel series, written by Grace Ellis and illustrated by Shae Beagle
  • The Wolf Princess, by Cathryn Constable
  • The Wolves of Mercy Falls series, by Maggie Stiefvater
  • Wolves of the Beyond series, by Kathryn Lasky


  • Mooncakes, written by Suzanne Walker and illustrated by Wendy Xu

Television Shows

Under Construction


  • Princess Mononoke
  • The Twilight Series

Comics & Manga

  • Lumine by Emma Krogell



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