Special Pickups for The Bust Lolita

I can see there is an issue about the large size gals who in fond of Lolita but due to some well-endowed in parts of their bodies, for example, the chest; I absolutely adore all you blessed girls but the fact that is the big boobs don’t come along with the underbust from time to time :S because being a Lolita is meant to be elegant and wearing something that may draw too much attention on chest is considered “immodest” to some people’s standards, however, as long as you choose wisely about the blouse you gonna wear it under your dress, it should worry less though. 

Here I find some with the high neckline and fewer ruffles on the front part which will ensure draw less attention to your chest 😀


What Is The Bittersweet?

I don’t claim myself as a big fan of big lolita community, so if there is a new trendy slang pops-up, chances are I am the last one who knows it. So the thing is recently I have learned a new word “bittersweet” in one of the communities and seems it has already won quite a few loligals by its alternative charm.  It refers to a sweet cute design printed in black… ‘ so, basically, you are saying a sweet lolita dress in black.” Correctly 😉

Personally, I am not very fond of the traditional sweet Lolita style because it just not ME at all! I mean it’s great and very lovely to see so many people enjoy wearing the sweet clothing but after a few times of attempts, I still haven’t grown to fancy this genre.

I guess I am more into the gothic one not only for it is at its peak but also I deep in love with its *evil nature ( I’d like to refer black to villain side xD ) and makeups so I think I will give the bittersweet a try 😀 

How About YOU? 

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When it comes to “Wa”

Wa lolita truly is one of the least known branches of  Lolita fashion. This subset mixed with the traditional Japanese kimono and Lolita fashion. Personally, I think this style fuses the two clothing trends into near perfection:  rich, traditional florals decorated with white lace, layered capelets with wide kimono sleeves, criss-cross corset lacing on the wide obi (sash). I think this hybrid is more striking but less accessible than Gothic and Sweet, for which they can face less awkward moments in days. 

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Being caught up by the “fever”

This is no surprise for only a few people familiar with the Guro Lolita, a *niche branch which is perfectly suitable for Halloween, by that it’s also known as Gore Lolita or horror Lolita. “Guro” mostly pick up the white dress code in order to make the  *blood stand out and is usually combined with the eye patch, bloodstained bandages. What it wants to achieve is “broken” or “injured” feeling, which derive from Japan sub-fashion and even kinda fetish for particular groups of people. 

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The Lolita coords for the early autumn

Many newbies can get confused how to build up their coordinate at first, well, as a loli who already passed the threshold, I am about to show you guys some lovely coords which I am fond of by heart 🙂

1. Country coordinate with Aka and Midori 

Lolita_lolitafashion_swwet_country_dailylife_pretty_cute_combo_red_green_grey_skirt_JSK_OP_devilinspired      Photo Credit: via Pinterest

2. Shiro and Kuro

Lolita_lolitafashion_swwet_country_dailylife_pretty_cute_combo_black__white_flower_skirt_JSK_OP_devilinspiredPhoto Credit: via Pinterest

3. Classic is the thing

Lolita_lolitafashion_swwet_country_dailylife_pretty_cute_combo_white_blue_flower_ribbon_skirt_JSK_OP_devilinspired      Photo Credit: via Pinterest

Ita is Horrible, say NO to Ita.

Welcome Back :3

Yeah, you already know what “Lolita” is, however, what if someone asks you about what is NOT Lolita… ( yeah, I already saw your face -(¬∀¬)σ)no worry, we always here to help you :3 

#Ita, hmm, it sounds less charm, right? Do you know this term is used to refer someone trying to dress like a lolita but eventually fail it? And make no mistakes, it CAN happen on every beginner just because you ARE A beginner( if you know what I mean :3)


photo credit: via Lolita Mistakes

(looks uncomfortable and mess up, right? yeah, you and me both :^)

The sure thing is you have the right to wear anything you want as long as you label yourself no lolita, however, if you find that Ita is not your inspo at first glance, well then you really need to know a few kinds of stuff :3

1. Buying dress that cheap and small enough for you own good

Why set this for the first one because it can be challenging for quite a few people. Since this is a trend from Japan, an Asian Country, it happens that many lolitas in West can feel uncomfortable, especially the tall and larger size one, however, it depends on where u shop 🙂  so it is important to know if they can provide the extension or Customized service, just like our shop.


(Aren’t she beautiful?)

2. Wearing heavy makeup with adorable dress

Yes, it can happen and it happens a lot. As rule of thumb, you can ONLY wear thicky big eyes shadow when you dress in Gothic style, but no sweet and classic; they focus on cuteness and elegance instead, so be a good gal, tell them apart, will you :3


(ONLY wear this makeup when u dress in Gothic)

3. Leave alone your Anime fantasy

Remember, A lolita does not equal to A cosplayer. Be sure you avoid adding something that refers as to anime. You cannot dress up like #Mumei and claim yourself as Wa lolita because we are not the same even at the end of the world.

4. Choose the color wisely

In common sense, we all know that it will be a bad combo when you mash up red and green in your outfits, so… keep it up in lolita as well.

5. Keep low key at first step

I understand you will be amazed by how beautiful you are in lolita, but bear in mind, try not to mix up different style till you completely figure out the basic. After all, you can easily surrender to the siren voice of kitty ears :3

6. Nothing Sexy

Sorry for those who search for a fresh dress code in their sex life, nope, Lolita is not your prey I am afraid. Keep your cleavage and sweet butt from over-exposure, ladies.

7. Too much lace makes cheap

Being a lolita is a costly hobby, and it is understandable the novice would purchase a few clothes from the brand without a name, none of us wanna pay for a thing less than its worth. so if you are a beginner and it happens you buy your stuff from the less-knowns, check it out to see if they put too many lace.

To be fair, it is not hard enough to become a real lolita, many just didn’t understand the fact well, plus now there are many shops label their dress as #lolita simply because they have lace or petticoat or looks cute and gal just buy it and end up becoming a #Ita. I do hope this post can help you a bit :3

What is Lolita? And Seriously, how do I identify them?

Welcome, I have been expecting you :))


Lolita (ロリータ) is a subculture fashion rooted in Modern Japan and it highlights the cuteness and the elegance (in a large part), Which is through the use of a lot of lace, ribbon, and petticoats etc.

In generally, A Lolita is an individual who is dressed in this fashion. And yes, that is all the rules. You no need to blindly follow every single term in the “Lolitabible” like holding up a parasol and drinking special taste of tea, none of them are going to make less of you are one of us. Trust me, we don’t “time-out” you guys even you get drunk 🙂


So, now you guys have learned about what Lolita is, But, there is another problem: how to tell them apart? To be fair, many people think that Lolita is all the same ( *they do ☉▽☉* ) but in actuality, there are many distinctive types and we do the research works just for you guys can understand better :3

1.  Sweet Lolita

“Sweet Lolita is the most ‘child-like’ and one of the most popular of the lolita styles. There is a heavy emphasis on looking cute and girly.”

Sweet Lolita dresses Code photo credit: via Angelic Pretty ~Romantic Rose Letter~ / via 橘玄叶MACX邪恶的小芽 / via Kawaii Starry Night Sweet Lolita dress

2. Gothic Lolita

“Gothic Lolita is a gothic inspired Lolita sub-style. It is characterized by a darker clothing and make-up. It is widely considered to be the most popular style of lolita.” 

Gothic Lolita dresses Code

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3. Classic Lolita

“Classic Lolita is often considered a more mature style that tends to be more historically inspired than other styles. It tends to focus more on elegance and less on cuteness.”

Classic Lolita dresses Code

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4. Punk Lolita

“Punk Lolita is a sub-style of Lolita that is inspired by British punk and uses similar motifs such as tartan, deconstruction, chains, studs, and safety pins.”


Photo Credit: via MIHO MATASODA / via putumayo

5.Boystyle (Ouji)

“It is not considered a lolita style but shares many aesthetics with lolita since it is the male counterpart of the style. Although it is the male equivalent of lolita, it can be worn by people of all genders, just as lolita.”


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Thanks for your reading, leave a message if you have a question, and make sure to check out in our shop see if anything you like it :3  See ya~