Fashion Inspiration: Sweet Lolita and Landybridal



I have always adored the Japanese's take in fashion. I love how artistic they are and how they are not afraid to experiment and mix & match. And one of the fashion styles I love is the Sweet Lolita.

According to wikipedia, Sweet Lolita, also known as ama-loli (甘ロリ ama rori?) in Japanese, "is heavily influenced by Victorian and Edwardian clothing. Focusing on the fantasy aspects of Lolita, the Sweet Lolita style adopts the basic Lolita format and uses lighter colors and childlike motifs in its design."

Its sweetness and pastel appearance probably caught my attention and believe it or not, I think one can have a lolita dress using wedding dresses under $500. How did I say so? Let's first check-out this Lolita Anatomy from lolitafashion.org


As you can see, for Lolita fashion, a bell-shaped skirt is a must and there are wedding dresses with such style at cheap a line wedding dresses collection of Landybridal.



Pretty A-Line Illusion Natural Knee Length Organza Ivory Sleeveless Key Hole Wedding Dress with Appliques 



New Arrival V-neck Natural Train Chiffon Ivory Sleeveless Wedding Dress with Appliques


A white wedding gown or dress is an alternative to lolita dress if you just know how to do it right. So if you're interested in the sweet lolita fashion, I suggest that you consider Landybridal in choosing your Lolita clothes and just follow the anatomy of a lolita which I posted above.



{Lolita Photos photo credit}



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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Landybridal. I was compensated to write this article but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

RaeAbigael

Rae Abigael J. Caacbay is a young creative who went through a quarter life crisis by the end of 2016. Though she's still lost, she keeps on moving forward anyway as a ballerina, visual artist, lifestyle blogger, and a BS Interior Design graduate based in the Philippines.

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