I Got Transformed Into a Japanese Lolita Girl | Harajuku, Japan


Experience the Japanese street fashion Lolita in Tokyo, Japan. Thank you to this Harajuku studio for the Lolita girl transformation: Be sure to click subscribe & turn on the notifications!

Lolita fashion is a fashion subculture from Japan emerged during the 1990s as a radical form of street style. It is both kawaii, Victorian, and diverse in its presentation. Harajuku girls began taking the streets of Tokyo and their fashion can now be found all around the world!

The outfit I’m dressed in today is part of Sweet Lolita style, with its dolls, cuddly toys that is in reference to Victorian children’s literature – very similar to an Alice in Wonderland look! But there is also Gothic Lolita or Punk Lolita style.

I never thought I’d get to experience this side of Japanese culture and I’m glad to have let my inner Lolita twirl!

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