Gothic Lolita – is Lolita with a heavy influence from the Eastern and Victorian Goth style. Often characterized by dark colors, crosses, bats and spiders, as well as other popular gothic ‘icons’. Victorian iron gates and architectural designs are also often seen in dress prints. Skirts are usually worn knee length with petticoats beneath for volume. Blouses or shirts are lace-trimmed or ruffled in the Victorian style. Knee length socks with boots, bonnets, brooches, and a parasol finish out this style of Lolita.

Sweet Lolita – is the most childlike style, mostly characterized by baby animals, fairy tale themes and innocent, childlike attire. It is inspired by baby dolls and Hello Kitty, and is popular among the SweetLolis. Pastel colors are used, as well as other muted colors like black and dark reds and blues. Large headbows, cute purses, elegant parasols and stuffed animals are popular accessories for Sweet Lolita.

Punk Lolita – An experimental style, mixing the influences of Punk with Lolita. It can sometimes look deconstructed or crazy, while keeping most of the ‘Lolita silhouette’.

Classic Lolita is very traditional. It is very mature, and business-like and focuses on light colors such as, blue, green, and red.




2 thoughts on “Lolita

  1. Älskar lolita!
    Men det är synd att det är svårt att hitta i Sverige och så kostar det ju ganska mycket…

    Skulle också gärna vilja åka till Harajuku en dag.

    • Hej Mae

      Visst är det kul och fashinerande att se dessa olika typer av klädslar i det japanska ungdomsmodet. Vilken gillar du bäst Gothic lolita eller….Tycker också det skulle vara väldigt spännande att åka till Tokyo, Marui City, Shibuya.

      Det var väldigt roligt att du hälsade på här.

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