A custom which originated in New Orleans, but has traveled easily elsewhere, where a young woman displays her boobs (breasts) for Mardi Gras glass bead necklaces.
Tomorrow is Mardi Gras: I will give a Mardi Gras bead flash with my exquisite minatures to the Burbocam as is my custom; after all, I am proud to be a New Orleanian and keep to our historical rights. Blank Katrina!
An extremely provocative swim suit, both because of its brevity and its political subtext, based on the pattern of the Confederate Battle Flag. For example, depending on the wearer, it may be worn as a sexy yet ironic statement about the fabled Lost Cause, or as a literal affirmation of the wearer's Southern heritage. Obviously, the implicit message is necessarily subjective.
Its first known manifestation was one worn by Bridget Fonda in "Shag: The Movie." While some Southerners were offended by it, Southern sociologist and chronicler John Shelton Reed pronounced it to be "fetching."
The Confederate flag bikini is a crowd-pleaser among the NASCAR set.
Sweet Lolita (or Ama Lolita) is a Japanese fashion type that is characterized by light-colored, modest, cute-appearing dress with a lot of lace and frills. This is typically limited to Japanese teen and young adult women, but rarely guys may adopt this style too. The true sweet Lolita (as contrasted with the Gothic Lolita) tends to favor white or pink base colors with floral embroidery and concentrate on looking as sweet and cute as possible. The fabric used may consist of not just solid colors but floral and fruit prints, resulting in an appearance that is extremely sweet and like Victorian little girls. The character Momoko in Kamikaze Girls (Shimotsuma Monogatari) is an example of someone who is the true sweet Lolita.
Sakura enjoyed modeling her sweet Lolita outfit in her promenade in town.