I want to share this article on “Lolita” style fashion with my readers. Many of you are already aware of the style. I have intended to write a post about Lolita fashion for several weeks, but I have not been able to find the correct words to express my admiration for this fun and unique aspect of Japanese fashion.
Kei Cheung Photography has concisely said in her five sentences most of what I have been wanting to say!
There are other bloggers who I follow – and admire, who also write about Lolita fashion. I encourage my readers to check them out.
1. “Everything about Lolita Fashion: Lolita Tutorials, Tips and Clothing Shows”
2. “Elegant Poupée”
3. “Kawaii street fashion”
… “Check them out” … Dear me, What a “vulgar” way to express my thoughts on this beautiful and elegant style. It seems I still have a lot to learn!
A unique shoot with an equally unique (and diverse) form of
Japanese fashion called Lolita. Originally inspired by rococo and Victorian-era styled dresses and attire, Lolita has become an
immensely popular youth fashion further accentuated by other
Japanese fashion influences, such as Visual Kei and Harajuku punk styles. Although the fashion does follow some basic attire
guidelines, there is lots of liberty to how the style can be worn and accessorized.
Note, the fashion has no relation to the book written by Vladimir Nabokov or the general concept of Lolita in Western culture and Loli-con in Japanese culture.
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