What Is Your Lolita Fashion Style?

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What Is Your Lolita Fashion Style? - Quiz

Lolita fashion craze has taken over America and it's a must for fashionistas to wear some of it's various d beautiful styles of clothing. You are probably wearing outfits of a certain Lolita fashion style without even knowing it! Take this quiz to find out what type of Lolita fashion you're wearing! *Lolita is fashion from Japan is not associated with a novel of the same name!


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Gothic Lolita

Although the name 'Gothic' Lolita alludes to goth fashion as a whole, the style is primarily influenced by victorian inspired goth style and not cyber goth or industrial style. A Gothic Lolita outfit like all Lolita styles, is very modest in today's standards. As with other Lolita styles a Gothic Lolita outfit can usually be recognised by the bell-shaped skirt, and puff-sleeves. A Gothic Lolita outfit is usually comprised of black or rich dark colors such as burgundy, purple and navy. It is common for this style to involve details in complementary or contrasting colors, such as the infamous black and white coordination choice. Makeup for this style can range from a light natural look to a dramatic smokey eye with a dark red lip depending on the outfit and occasion. A common mistake by beginners that is worth mentioning is the use of black lipstick and whiteface. Both whiteface and black lipstick take away from the elegance of the lolita style and should only be used as stage makeup as a general rule. The term 'Gothic Lolita' is often confused with the term 'Elegant Gothic Lolita,' which was coined by the Japanese musician Mana to describe the clothes of his brand Moi-Meme-Moitie.

Sweet Lolita

Sweet Lolita is the most over-the-top style and includes aesthetics nearly exclusive to lolita. It is also the most child-like of the lolita styles, using many bows, ruffles and light colors to make up an outfit. The most common colors used in a Sweet Lolita outfit are pink, white, and powder blue, but an outfit can be made with nearly any pastel or plaid (or nearly any color at all as long as it is not neon). Common motifs in Sweet Lolita are toys, strawberries, cherries, cakes and candies, hearts, polka dots and flowers. Prints inspired by fairy tales are also quite common. Light, natural make-up complements this style. Teased out pigtails and bouncy curls are commonly worn by Sweet Lolitas.

Classic Lolita

Classic Lolita is the tamest of all the Lolita styles as many Classic dresses could pass for a garden party, church or summer dress. Unlike Sweet Lolita that is about looking cute, Classic Lolita is about looking classy, and harks back to Lolita fashion's roots in Victorian fashion, taking inspiration from the floral patterns, and the sense of elegance of the era; bold colors aren't normally found in Classic Lolita clothing. Unlike the other styles of lolita, many Classic Lolita skirts have an A-line shape instead of the normal bell shape. Like the other lolita styles light makeup is suggested but depending on outfit and occasion darker makeup (that still creates a soft look) can be appropriate.

Punk Lolita

Punk Lolita is perhaps one of the most challenging styles of Lolita to pull-off, because it takes someone with a lot of knowledge of Lolita fashion to be able to fuse the image of a Lolita with that of the Eastern punk style. Punk lolita comes generally in two forms, first is an outfit that conforms to the general shape of lolita, a bell shape knee length skirt (or a bit shorter for this style) but without as many clean lines as the other styles. Accessories and fabric choice are very important to this style: deconstructed fabrics and fishnets are a good choice, as are chains and studs. Also layering is key to this style! A Punk Lolita outfit is not simple; wearing a studded belt over your skirt doesn't make your outfit punk just as wearing a plaid fabric doesn't make your outfit punk. The second form of Punk Lolita is an outfit that has a lighter feeling than a normal punk outfit and takes considerable inspiration from the Lolita style but doesn't quite conform to the general shape. It is a much girlier punk outfit with frills or bows. Though skirts may not be knee length and bell shaped shaped they are still not skin tight and crotch length. Makeup of course can be a bit heavier for Punk style than with the Sweet or Classic styles. As you could probably tell it's hard to explain the nuances of Punk Lolita and must be something you come to understand over time (or not).

Wa Lolita

Wa Lolita is a style that is often recognised by the Kimono-esque look of the outfits, and is for those Lolitas who may love to get in-touch with the country that brought about Lolita fashion. Wa Lolita involves long 'sode' or, sleeves, and 'obi' or sashes that are taken from Kimono/yukata outfits, and fused with the bell-shaped skirt of lolita. Wa Lolita fabrics are often very extravagant like most Kimono fabrics, involving detailed flower prints, and cranes. Like all Lolita outfits and Kimono, Wa Lolita should not be made out of shiny fabrics such as those that Chinese qi-pao are made of. Although this style is quite different from usual Lolita styles, modesty is still a large part of this style, and your skirt should be a reasonable length for lolita. Sadly a lot of Wa Lolita outfits on the market today have very short skirts, causing many people to be turned-off by Wa Lolita. Traditional Japanese Kanzashi or flower hairclips may work lovely with this style in the place of a Lolita head-dress. Make-up can range from light and natural to Japanese geisha inspired. It's best not to do makeup very similarly to that of a geisha as it will most likely end up looking costumey, and end-up ruining your beautifully put together outfit.

Country Lolita

Country Lolita is derived from the Sweet Lolita style, and is often a little hard to distinguish due to the use of the same sweet patterns, and motifs that the Sweet Lolita style uses. How-ever the Country Lolita style can be recognized by straw baskets, hats, fruit, and gingham patterns. Most lolita outfits require a blouse under a jumper skirt to pull of the Lolita look, but because Country Lolita is associated with the out-doors one may be able to get away with-out a blouse. Like Sweet Lolita, Country Lolita follows the same modest guide-lines, as well as the full, bell-shaped skirt. The make-up suited for this style would be very basic, and natural. If you're going outside try some sun-screen, some light lip-stick, and some blush.

Hime Lolita

Hime Lolita, or 'Princess Lolita,' is a very elegant style of lolita that often involves miniature crowns, tiaras, and extravagant or large hair, and dresses. Because Hime Lolita does reflect a sense of royalty, and class, it is hard to pull this style off unless you are very well preened, and have done your best to look 'Princess-like.' There is a fine line between Hime Lolita and the other styles as it is almost only defined by how you style yourself and not on the clothing. It is most common to see Hime Lolitas wearing Sweet Lolita dresses that have a Rococo influence. Any natural-looking make-up will look lovely with this style, just remember that the key is looking classy. Pearls, roses and bows suit this style perfectly.

Sailor Lolita

Sailor Lolita is a very nautical-themed style of Lolita that is very much inspired by Japanese Sailor-styled uniforms. Sailor collars, dark blues, and whites are often key factors in recognising this style. Nautical motifs are often used in this style; symbols such as ship anchors and wheels make very cute additions to this style. Like most Lolita styles the same bell-shaped skirt is expected, quite often this skirt may be pleated, and the outfit may often include a puffed-short-sleeved blouse with pockets. Although striped socks may not work with a lot of Lolita styles, they often look nice when coordinated into a Sailor Lolita outfit. Again minimal make-up with suit this style, including some lip-gloss to stop your lips from cracking if you'll be out near the sea!

Ero Lolita

This is a very confused, and often controversial style of Lolita due to the fact that a lot of people who are un-familiar with the style or Lolita fashion in general may get it wrong. Although Lolita, or 'Erotic Lolita,' does sound that it may be a little less modest, and a little more tongue-in-cheek this style does not involve suddenly being naked, and wearing only an Alice-bow. This style contains more fetish elements such as leather, collars, and corsets that one may not be able to pull-off in any other Lolita style while still maintaining a fair amount of modesty. Skirts for this style may be a little shorter than usual, but nothing overly provocative. Ero Lolita may be one of the only Lolita styles where you may be able to pull-off fish-net stockings if co-ordinated properly. This is one style of Lolita that should not really be attempted by a beginner. Make-up for this style can be a little more mature, and a little less 'girly' than the other styles.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    You are out shopping and have just enough money to buy one of these items. Which do you buy?
    • A. 

      A big pink bow

    • B. 

      A pair of hair chopsticks

    • C. 

      A necklace with a boat-shaped pendant

    • D. 

      Spider earrings

    • E. 

      Some plaid wrist bands

    • F. 

      A rose hair-clip

    • G. 

      A strawberry keychain

    • H. 

      A lace garter

    • I. 

      A change purse with a picture of a crown on

  • 2. 
    What does your room look like?
    • A. 

      Gothic

    • B. 

      Summery

    • C. 

      Old-Fashioned

    • D. 

      Expensive

    • E. 

      Girly

    • F. 

      Seductive

    • G. 

      Academic

    • H. 

      Rebellious

    • I. 

      Foreign

  • 3. 
    Which of these best describes your favorite bag?
    • A. 

      It looks like a schoolbag

    • B. 

      It's very cute

    • C. 

      It's simple yet classy

    • D. 

      It's see-through

    • E. 

      It's gold/ It's silver

    • F. 

      It's from Japan

    • G. 

      It's black/ It's white

    • H. 

      It's themed for rock music

    • I. 

      It's made of straw/ wicker

  • 4. 
    What color/pattern is the top you are wearing right now? (closest-fitting description)
    • A. 

      Red and Black

    • B. 

      Pink / Pastel

    • C. 

      Gingham pattern

    • D. 

      Blue / White and Blue

    • E. 

      Black / Black and White

    • F. 

      Floral pattern

    • G. 

      Fishnet pattern

    • H. 

      Japanese-themed pattern/logo

    • I. 

      Princess-themed pattern/logo

  • 5. 
    When looking for clothes, what is the main element you search for?
    • A. 

      Something very dressy

    • B. 

      A revealing trim

    • C. 

      Dark colors

    • D. 

      A big tie or bow near the collar

    • E. 

      Plaid

    • F. 

      Flower prints

    • G. 

      Extremely baggy sleeves

    • H. 

      Fruit themes

    • I. 

      Childish themes

  • 6. 
    Imagine you are doodling all over a piece of paper. What are you doodling?
    • A. 

      Skulls

    • B. 

      Flowers

    • C. 

      Onigiri (Rice Balls)

    • D. 

      Crowns

    • E. 

      Bunnies

    • F. 

      Stars

    • G. 

      Fish

    • H. 

      X's (Kisses)

    • I. 

      Apples

  • 7. 
    What is your favorite color here?
    • A. 

      Pearl

    • B. 

      Blue

    • C. 

      Purple

    • D. 

      Yellow

    • E. 

      Black

    • F. 

      Pink

    • G. 

      Hot Pink

    • H. 

      Red

    • I. 

      Dark Red

  • 8. 
    What would be your dream house?
    • A. 

      Anywhere near lots of music concerts

    • B. 

      A palace

    • C. 

      A gingerbread house

    • D. 

      A cottage in the country

    • E. 

      A mansion

    • F. 

      A motel

    • G. 

      A traditional Japanese house

    • H. 

      A boathouse

    • I. 

      An old haunted house

  • 9. 
    What word best describes you?
    • A. 

      Sunny

    • B. 

      Graceful

    • C. 

      Wild

    • D. 

      Polite

    • E. 

      Serious

    • F. 

      Assertive

    • G. 

      Flirty

    • H. 

      Intellectual

    • I. 

      Sweet

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