Are you aware if a wardrobe subscription service like Gwynniebee exists for
sartorial studies in darkness? I think it would be nice for baby bats and
re-batifying persons like myself to be able to cycle through many styles in
the process of building a closet.
The short answer is, no! I haven't heard of such a thing.
The subscription wardrobe is something I've not quite got my head around yet, because I've been wearing some of my clothes for a decade now. I only buy pieces I know I'm really going to love and put a lot of thought into purchases (which is why I rarely if ever do hauls on this blog--one sweater every three or so months isn't going to interest anyone!)
But, for the reasons you've stated, I think it would be interesting for new people to the subculture (although I've always thought the services might be a bit expensive for the younger demographic.)
Running one of these services also seems like a huge endeavor, so I'm not surprised that one hasn't cropped up for our little niche yet. Besides, so much of Goth fashion is DIY driven that I don't think a company would be thrilled to cater to a demographic that delights in poking studs through all the clothing they send out.
Do you all use any wardrobe subscription services?