Lolita is very popular in Japan and in other countries. There are many styles of Lolita so I just most (if all) in one def.
This is basically more traditional; it's filled with more earth-tones and jewel colors. They also have floral dresses fabric patterns. The clothing is sometimes frilled, but not over done, traditional, maid-style aprons. This style basically tries to be more Victorian.
Sweet Lolita or Amaloli:
This is more light-colored: colorfully patterned outfits, with lots of lace and frills. The dresses are knee-lengthed. They try to look as sweet and cute as possible.
This is likely the most popular style of Lolita. The colors are usually black, white, navy or burgundy. The makeup are dark in color, with black eyeliner(not all), and red or black lipstick(again, not all), while the other lolita are more light. The accessories that go with it are pocketbooks, hatboxes, handbags, and other Teddy bears.
This combines punk fashion with Lolita. They wear things like plaid, buckles, safety pins, and chains. Garments like blouses, skirts, one pieces, and jumper skirts are also worn. The footwear is mostly boots, Mary Janes, and platforms. The colors that are often used are black, white, and red.
Wa or Kimono Lolita:
This is traditonal japanese clothing mixed with lolita. Usually a kimono top is worn with a lolita skirt.
Aristocrat Or Elegant Lolita:
This is more what Mana of Moi Dix Mois wears. He instead combines gothic lolita also. This is the more mature version of lolita and it embodies elegance.
We often see girls that wear Lolita. This a more manly version of it.
This is more victorian with knickerbockers, masculine blouses, shirts, trousers, and knee socks. This is often worn by schoolboys .
This is a more mature version of Kodona. This is bascially inspired from the 19-century Europeans.
Lolita, the style, is not to be confused with lolicon.
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