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Lolita has become an interesting fashion in the young group. With Lolita fashion’s population in the world, more and more Lolita types are accepted by lolis. But it is hard for newbie to choosing their perfect Lolita clothing. I often heard the question goes like this: somebody help me to choosing the right type Lolita dress? Am I a “real” Lolita if I only like Punk Lolita? Do I have to choose only one style and stick with it forever? I am little plump and is the sweet Lolita dress fit me? Is that OK for me to wear a gothic Lolita dress and the Lolita boots that I got from salelolita.com.
Here are some advices for you to choosing the right type Lolita clothing:
1 There is no rules said you could not wear any or all of the styles to your heart content. It means that you could wear mash up for what you like. But do aware the basic color scheme. It goes like if you buy another pink skirt, you have all the same components to put into your outfit. You do not have to run out and get anything new to match it.
2 For those girls that looks a little plump. If you are happy with your jugs and do not mind dressing up as an elegant doll, try the sweet Lolita dresses and gothic Lolita. They have the best curves to cover your redundant body. But when you choosing the Lolita dresses from the on line shops, do ask their customer service if you are not sure with measurement. One of the best on line shops like salelolita.com always has the customer service available in 24 hours.
3 The mash up for Lolita is not popular now, but you could match each others with the color or lace type. For new comers of the loli style, no matter what kind, the biggest warning is also the most logical… It’s treated as any other subculture, weird. People will treat you differently than if you where dressed in a plain T & jeans, responses are good & bad; but remember to stay true to who you are & not give in to any pressure to change.
Things change when time goes by, no one know what will happened in the future. But there is something right there for you, no matter how time flies, no matter how the world changes. The Lolita dress is my love forever.
When we come to the world, things change as we grow up. The things we eat, the thing we wear, the thing we play with. But for me, there is one thing is in my heart never changes.
When I was a little girl, I always want to dress like a princess. One day, on my way to school, I saw the girl next door. She is 11 years old with blond hair, and blue eyes who dresses in the gothic Lolita fashion style. It shocked me at the moment I saw her, she looks so noble and elegant, the dress was so bright in the sun, The boys were all looking at her, with a admire version. I suddenly realized that it was the dress that made her so beautiful. So I made my decision that I will tell the Santa that I want the Lolita dress as the Christmas presents. That day my dream was realized and I was very happy. So after that, my Christmas presents were Lolita dress, so now I have 6 of them. I love it very much. Most of then was bought from the internet and most of them was from SaleLolita.com (www.salelolita.com ). Those things were cheap and good quality. I have a fancy for them.
Time goes by, but my love to Lolita never changes. Dressing with it, I am happy.
With the growing popularity of Lolita around the World, there is bound to be some misinformation spread. If you have a Lolita Myth that you would like to see added here, feel free to contact us with it (www.salelolita.com).
Is it okay to dress Lolita if you’re over 20?
Yes, you can dress in Lolita at any age so that should never be a barrier for you. In fact you’ll find that many members of the various Lolita communities are past their teens. You may feel as if as you get older you may like a slightly more mature style, and move away from the sweeter styles, but there should always be a style to suit you.
Classic Lolita is a wonderful style to get into if you’re feeling a little too old for sweet, because it still maintains the basical Lolita shape, but with less of the frills and overly cute prints. Aristocrat is also a great style for the older Lolita.
Lolita is not for me, it’s all frills and bows.
As mentioned above, there are much more mature and subdued styles of Lolita and one should not be put-off by the sweeter styles by thinking that they won’t find a style to match them.
I thought Lolitas were all meant to be nice all the time.
This is not necessarily true, because as with other clothing items Lolita is just a fashion. Many girls get offended at the notion that they are expected to automatically change their personality when they put on their Lolita outfits.
While Lolitas may adopt stricter manners and be slightly more cautious about how they carry themselves (though this is sometimes due to the fact that they want to protect their clothes) a Lolita will not usually alter their personality accordingly to what type of clothing they are wearing. ‘Lifestyle Lolitas’ are the exception, and may prefer to adopt a more ‘sugar, spice and all-thing-nice’ attitude
Is Lolita just for girls?
This is incorrect; there are many boys who love donning a full Lolita outfit, and can look lovely in it. Lolita Fashion is not restricted by gender and the same rules about presentation and class still apply. If you don’t like dresses however, but still enjoy the general aesthetic of Lolita, Kodona or Aristocrat may be the style for you.
A dress with lace is instantly Lolita.
This is a really common misconception. Just because an item of clothing has lace on it, does not automatically make it Lolita, it still has to conform to the basic guidelines of Lolita fashion such as quality, class, modesty etc. etc. You’ll find that many Lolita dresses do not actually have any laced on them at all. If you are in-doubt as to whether an item can be considered ‘Lolita’ or not, ask for the opinions of other Lolitas.
Mana created the Lolita fashion.
This is a myth often associated with Mana fan-girls. While it is true that the J-Rock artist Mana does have his own Lolita brand named Moi Meme Moitie and is featured in many of the Gothic Lolita Bibles wearing the clothing from his brand, he did not invent the Lolita fashion. Mana only came up with the phrase, ‘Elegant Gothic Lolita’ as a name to describe the style of clothing that his brand was creating; Gothic Lolita itself had been around long before Mana had his own Lolita brand.
I’m not Asian, can I still be a good Lolita?
Yes of course! Surprisingly this issue comes up quite a bit. Many people assume that because Lolita fashion originated in Japan only Japanese people can dress in it, but Lolita is for people of all races. Many Lolita brands, after recognising the growing love of Lolita in the West, started offering shipping overseas and creating English websites for those of us who do not live in Japan or speak Japanese. Lolita itself was modelled after the Rococo aesthetic which came from the West in the first place.
Leg Warmers are suitable Lolita attire for when it gets cold.
This is incorrect. Usually leg warmers are frowned upon, and look very out of place with Lolita; they tend to look very costume-y. This goes for arm warmers as well.
To keep yourself warm during winter or on cold days thick tights are usually the way to go. There are many styles of boots that also look great with lolita to help keep your legs warm. Coats, scarves, earmuffs and gloves also will help keep you warm and be the perfect touch to any Lolita outfit.
Can I wear a Chi cosplay dress as Lolita?
No, anything with ‘cosplay’ or ‘costume’ in the title really should not be worn with, or as Lolita. Remember that Lolita is a ‘fashion’ and not a ‘costume’, so anything costume-y you wear with Lolita will look just like that: a costume. Although Chii from Chobits does wear some very elegant dresses that appear to take some influences from Lolita Fashion, it is best to keep cosplay and Lolita separate.
Anatomy of a Lolita Outfit
A lolita outfit is composed of basic key elements. These can be broken down into: headwear, blouse, bell-shaped skirt, undergarment, legs, and footwear. Each element is essential in creating the proper lolita aesthetic, but as you will see, there is much room for variety within them. Although none of these can be called absolute necessities, remember that coordinating a lolita outfit is a bit like making a cake. You can take away or replace a couple of ingredients, but if you take away the butter, the sugar, and the milk, it just stops being cake.
A lolita almost always adds decoration to her hair, because it would be a wasted surface if one could not slap a bow on it. The traditional head covering is the headdress, which may come in all shapes and sizes, but is typically rectangular so that it may arch over the head like a headband. The Alice bow is also popular. This is a large bow made to sit on top of the head. Smaller bows, such as on barrettes and elastic bands, may also be used if one wants a less overpowering look. Hair corsages are more common among classic lolitas, as are vintage-style hats.
In general, lolitas prefer to minimize exposed skin, and so shoulders are, of course, usually covered. Most jumper skirts are made to be worn over a blouse. A typical lolita blouse buttons in the front and features a collar which is, traditionally, in the rounded Peter Pan style.
The ideal lolita silhouette is of the bell shape, whether she is wearing a dress or a skirt. This shape is achieved thanks to the petticoats and bloomers beneath. A skirt which cannot fit enough petticoats underneath to achieve this shape is usually improper for the style. A Lolita skirt should be no shorter than 2” above the knee.
An oft-ignored but vital key to a proper lolita’s attire, bloomers and petticoats should top every new lolita’s shopping list. A proper petticoat is necessary to achieve that bell shape that is so essential to the lolita silhouette, while bloomers are necessary to retain a young lolita’s modesty. You may be asking yourself, “but why should I need such fancy underthings if nobody else is going to see them?” Because, my dears, you are wearing a skirt in the shape of a bell. You may recall that if a real bell swings upwards, much as a bell-shaped skirt may do when a lolita is moving around, the interior becomes quite visible. For a lolita with naught but her hot pink Hello Kitty panties underneath, this is unacceptable. Wearing a set of matching bloomers keeps one’s thighs–and all else–well protected from the casual eye.
Though a lolita’s skirt may scandalously reveal her knees, a lolita tends not to expose her legs too often, as this would be improper. It is generally good practice to cover one’s legs at least up to the knee, which means wearing knee-length socks. Other options include over-knee socks, stockings, and opaque tights. Sheer tights tend to be too “sexy” for lolita, while ankle socks, especially those topped in lace, remind one too much of unassociated subcultures such as Sissy, and are simply less flattering on people’s legs.
The traditional footwear of choice for lolitas is the Mary Jane, but similar options are available. A proper lolita shoe should feature a closed, rounded toe as well as chunky, thick heels or platforms (although flats may also be an option). Boots fitting into this criteria are quite common with brands, though care must be taken not to go too edgy in one’s boot choice. Another favorite style, owing to the popularity of Vivienne Westwood in Japan, are rocking horse shoes.
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