Lady Sloth is a lolita fashion brand located in Poland. This independent lolita shop is well known for its well-made items and unique designs. I am very excited to share my recent order with you!
There have been some amazing milestones that have been obtained! From YouTube to Amino, you have supported the lolita fashion content that I create. To thank you, I am hosting a special giveaway!
We are so excited to see your new posts!
There have been quite a few awesome posts in Lolita 101! The staff love to feature great lolita fashion content in our community. Not only does this give you exposure in the group, but it helps you earn reputation points and followers. Here is what the staff look for when they want to highlight a post.
1. Post Photos!
Be sure to add at least one photo to your post! If you have more than one, that's fantastic! Not only does this help to break up your blog post, but a photo also helps get the attention of other members. The staff only features posts with a photo for the reasons stated above and an even more important one. A photograph is what is used to make the thumbnail for the Amino. If the post is featured without one, the image thumbnail will simply be the default for the Amino community. As staff, we want to show when there is new content in the group. A picture is worth a thousand words, after all.
2. Tell Your Story
Tell us your story! What is it that you would like to share with us? Explain your recent lolita purchase, review, coordinate, local lolita meet, or other fun details. Elaborate on the photos that you included. Proper spelling and grammar will make it easier for you to communicate with the other members. A post is an opportunity to share your lolita fashion journey, and helps us to get to know you better!
3. Be On Topic
This Amino group is all about the Japanese street fashion known as Gothic & Lolita fashion. All posts in this community must be related to lolita fashion in some capacity. If you are unsure how to mention lolita fashion in your post, perhaps you aren't ready to post it, or the post is off-topic.
I hope that this blog post was helpful! If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below.
I really love lolita fashion, but...
Lolita fashion is a beautiful and extravagant. When you have an illness, the act of getting dressed can be a challenge. An additional challenge that Lolitas may face is that of lolita meet ups. These events are a great way to connect with other fans of this fashion style! Meet ups can be an additional challenge. After all, you often need to be in the fashion for a long period of time at these events.
Here are my tips on how to wear and enjoy lolita fashion at fashion meets despite your illness!
These terms will help you!
As you continue with your lolita fashion journey, you will come across new terms used in the fashion. This list of terms should help you locate, buy, sell and collect all your favorite lolita fashion items.
AATP - Alice and the Pirates, a well known Japanese lolita brand
AP - Angelic Pretty, a well known Japanese lolita brand
BTSSB or Baby - Baby, the Stars Shine Bright, a well known Japanese lolita brand
IW - Innocent World, a well known Japanese lolita brand
JetJ - Juliette et Justine
Meta - Metamorphose temps de fille, a well known Japanese lolita brand
MmM - Moi-meme-Moitie, a well known Japanese lolita brand
Burando - brand name lolita pieces
Indie Brand - designs created from an independent, smaller scale designer
Off-Brand - items created by non-lolita designers or lesser known indie brands
Handmade - items created by the lolita who posted, or an artist on a small scale
HB - head bow
JSK - a jumperskirt, a dress without sleeves
OP - a one-piece dress with sleeves
OTK - over the knee socks
Petti - a petticoat
SK - skirt
Tea Party Shoes - a simple Mary-Jane style shoe with bows on the front
Colorway - the release color category of the item
DS - direct sale
NWOT - new without tags
NWT - new with tags
WTB - want to buy
Sax - a common light blue color
Shirring - gathered material and elastic that accommodates multiple sizes
WTT - want to trade
Comm - lolita community
Coord or Co-oord - coordinate, or a full lolita outfit
J-fashion - Japanese street fashion
Lace Market - a common marketplace to buy and sell lolita
Loliable - these pieces are not lolita, but they can be used for lolita fashion
Lucky Pack or Fukubukuro - a blind bag value pack which can include accessories and main pieces
OTT ~ for coordinates that are over the top
SS- shopping service, which is a person or business that buys an item on your behalf
Taobao - a well-known Chinese based marketplace
Whew! If you'd like for me to add any additional lolita fashion terms, just let me know!
As the year 2018 comes to a close, I cannot help but be very optimistic! After all, it has been one incredible year! Before I make my goals for 2019, I want to cover the lolita highlights for 2018.
Sweet Dolly House
Sweet Dolly House is an adorable accessory shop located on Etsy. Valeria Natsui creates unique sugary sweet jewelry that is a perfect fit for Sweet Lolita, Decora, and Fairy Kei. I have been a fan for years, and I am very happy that I made this purchase. I am excited to share these items with you!
This is the account of one woman and her passion for lolita Fashion.