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Lolita fashion originated in Japan. It wouldn't be rare, in Harajuku, to see two young girls dressed in a sophisticated manner, with beautiful frilly dresses. This fashion appeared in the 80s and takes up the Victorian aesthetic, adapted to the Kawaii taste that the Japanese appreciate so much.
Although each Lolita outfit has common inspirations (Victorian style, platform shoes, knee-length dresses), each style has additional inspirations that make the outfits vary for every lady.
For example, we can see the Gothic Lolita, a mix of Gothic style and Victorian and Kawaii dresses, the Wa Lolita, or the Shiro or Kuro Lolita, which bet on their all-white or all-black outfits.
Let's discover today the « Sailor » Lolita...
The Sailor Lolita is a style derived from the Lolita, inspired by Japanese Sailor uniforms and nautical motifs. The colours are often very recognizable: white, black and dark blue tones. Nautical motifs such as anchors, boat wheels or buoys are common.
This original creation from the Atelier Perséphone is showing today the Sailor Lolita dress, with the black version, to remind us the proud uniforms of Sailors! The enamel pin can be easily attached to your clothes or to a tote bag thanks to the presence of two butterfly ties.
This original pin is part of our new collection « Lolita Couturier » on the theme of couture and dresses worn in the fashion gathering.