Wicca's roots reach back to ancient pagan traditions and occult practices. Its pantheon includes gods and goddesses from Celtic, Welsh, Norse, Greek and Egyptian mythologies. Paganism aside, Wicca has many things in common with other religions. However, it is not really a traditional "organized" religion. It is also different from many other religions in that it openly embraces ceremonial magic as a central practice of the religion, spelling it "magick." Objects worn or carried either for ceremonial purposes or daily use can have magickal significance. Colors influence the intent and function of magick. Symbols can give intentions a focus. Involving specific deities imbues magick with power.
As a result, to a Wiccan, fashion has to be about a lot more than just what looks appealing. Wiccan style doesn't just communicate a self-image to the world; it is a combination of spells and amulets, a sign to the gods, and a nexus of personal power. Of course, it also has to appeal to the individual self aesthetically!
Mating magick to fashion may sound as constricting as a bodice, but we can sort out your Wiccan look by way of this quiz. Ready to shop for a new look? Take this quiz, and blessed be!