this is continuation of lolita, the last one we left off at was
sweet lolita The second most common lolita style
and one of the cutest and most colorful. It
has all the traditional lolita elements but
in brighter colors (especially light pinks
and blues; pastels) and this is where u'll
find the most fluffness. This style is so
lolita that I dont know what else to say,
so on to the pic!
country lolita a sweet style with cute straw hats and
baskets. usually paired with sweet lolitas
the dress itself is very close to sweet
lolitas' dresses, the only thing that makes
it different is the floral/fruit patterns on
classic lolita a much more mature lolita. less frills and
flufflyness. classic lolitas tend to wear
darker much more muted colors than
sailor lolita just a lolified version of sailor uniforms.
hime lolita "princess lolita" with tierra or mini-crown
to complete the look. by far the most
feminen lolita there is. hime lolita is
more of a rococo look than a
punk lolita just as the name says punk lolita,
with chains, spikes, tears and a bit
trashy-rugged look but with a bit cuter
look to it also.
guro lolita like any lolita but just injured. not
a very common style so no pic for
this one. just imagine a cute lolita
bleeding to death with deep wounds.
this is the closest one to guro lolita becouse of the eyepatch!
erololita Erololi is a more uncommon style
that resembles normal lolita style on it
is slightly more revealing and often has
fetish elements such as collars, handcuffs,
garters, and vinyl fabric. By revealing I do
not mean exposing, the skirts are just
shorter and the tops are a little lower cut,
or ones that draw attention to the breasts.
Corsets are often seen and usually without
anything underneath (such as a blouse).
The style ranges from ther darker stuff you
see in places like "Torture Garden" to the
adorable pastel frilly clothing of Kana.
It's still appropriate to wear in public but
it's usually meant for clubbing or going to
walolita and Waloli-inspired by traditional Japanese
quilolita clothing, including the kimono and less
formal yukata. One option is a dress
resembling a kimono with a lolita
bell-shaped skirt. Often lace and an
obi bow are added to make it more
lolita. Oriental or solid prints are
used for this style. Another far less
lolita style occasionally put out by
the brands is the lolita yukata, employing
cuter prints and lace to try to make it
look more lolita. I don't consider this to
be very lolita but I'm putting it here just
to have a complete view of waloli.
Qiloli-inspired by traditional Chinese
qipaos (those cute little brocade dresses).
Mandarin collars and frog closures with
a Chinese print fabric usually identify
these dresses. Often they are sleeveless
but sometimes puffy sleeves are added
to make them more lolita. Silk brocade
would be the best choice for these but
cotton is usually used. Hopefully I'll
be able to find more examples soon,
but this style is rarely done very well.
boystyle Boystyle is just as varied as lolita
ranging from the cute little-boy style of
kodonas to the more sophisticated
dandy or aristocrat. But seeing as I
don't really wear boystyle, I thought
I'd leave the description up to those
who understand it better than I do
AND NOW WHERE YOU CAN GET THESE MARVELOUS CLOTHES!!
(some are not in english)
people please give me some something to talk about. questions.
stories. anything and ill post it and talk about it. remember
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