logo lolita{ What is Lolita? }
“Lolita” is a very popular fashion subculture in Japan, especially in the glamorous streets of the fashion district Harajuku in Tokyo, and it has nothing in common with the erotic meaning of lolita/young girl.
Lolita fashion uses Rococo and Victorian era influences: bows, lace and elegance are the main ingredients of this style, and it can come in many other variants: Classic, Sweet, Gothic, Country, Punk, Hime (princess), Sailor, Wa (influenced by Japanese kimono), Qi (influenced by Chinese qi pao), Kuro (all black), Shiro (all white), Pinku, Mizuiro (all blue), Casual (very simple), Steampunk (very recent style), Guro (grotesque), Pirate, Cosplay (a wrong conception of Lolita style), and Military (very recent).
We can say that Kuro, Shiro, Pinku and Mizuiro styles are the monochromatic subcategory of Sweet (or Classic) Lolita. Sometimes the Pirate style is considered (and underestimated) Cosplay Lolita, but I think that it could be a good style if you’ve learned the rules of Lolita fashion well.
A Lolita dress always has a knee-length skirt, if it doesn’t is NOT Lolita. It can be longer but not shorter, only Erotic loli skirts can be a little bit shorter to reveal bloomers or garters.
Lolita pumps don’t have heels that are too high and usually they have high platforms.
Don’t use wigs that are too colorful or clothes made of low quality fabric, or overly shiny synthetic fabric.
Think of a victorian era porcelain doll, it should look like her: the same delicacy, the same elegance, the same innocence and grace. Delicacy, elegance and grace have nothing to do with your appearance, so it doesn’t matter if you’re not extremely thin or Miss America. You don’t have to be european or asiatic, you can be of another ethnicity. The most important thing is how you wear your outfit and style.
Lolita is not only a fashion subculture, it can be a lifestyle as well.

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