Aloha my wonderful merfolk!
It’s been a long, long time since I brought you a post about the fashions of the Gothic Subculture, so, for the return of Fashion Friday, I bring you the stylings of Gothic Lolita or J-Goth as it is sometimes known. J-Goth spun from the Lolita styles that are already quite prominent in Japan already. This type of Goth style has been questioned and debated, however it does have ties to the Gothic fashion culture due it’s use of ruffles and lace.
Personally, Gothic Lolita is not my style but there are some aspects to it that are beautiful and simply adorable. I thought I would share it with you.
First stop is Kinky Angel. You will have seen this on my blog posts before, so here’s a link to their website; just click here.
Another website that has featured heavily in my previous fashion posts; you can find their website here.
Light In The Box
This website I found through a quick Google search and from first glances, it looks to have quite a good range of clothing on there.
My Lolita Dress
This website I found after doing a quick Google search and it states that it sells Lolita clothing for cheaper prices. As I don’t shop for Lolita clothing, I’m unsure if their prices are cheaper, but I know their clothing looks pretty. You find their website here.
The final website is Tokyo Rebel; one I found through my Google search. The prices on this website are a little higher than some of the others, but their stuff looks pretty all the same. You can find their website here.
I don’t personally wear a lot of Lolita items, but I do find a lot of them cute. Out of the items I have mentioned in this blog, I would wear most of the shoes and I especially like the coffin bag; I just wish it was slightly more affordable. The high-waisted skirts are simply adorable too; anything high-waisted gets a big thumbs up from me!
What is your favourite item in this blog? Would you wear Lolita fashion?
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