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A question for all the gothic lolitas out there: Do you consider yourself apart of the gothic lifestyle? If so, how does lolita play a role in that? Do you like tea parties, well-made fashion and the lolita elements?

I always considered gothic lolita something of almost a hybrid style. A "gothic lolita" lifestyler is not quite like a classic or sweet lifestyler. Sweet and classic seem to be closer to one another in "lifestyle", while gothic lolita borrows heavily from goth and "gothic lolita" seems to be the flavor of goth.

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A question for all the gothic lolitas out there: Do you consider yourself apart of the gothic lifestyle? If so, how does lolita play a role in that? Do you like tea parties, well-made fashion and the lolita elements?

I always considered gothic lolita something of almost a hybrid style. A "gothic lolita" lifestyler is not quite like a classic or sweet lifestyler. Sweet and classic seem to be closer to one another in "lifestyle", while gothic lolita borrows heavily from goth and "gothic lolita" seems to be the flavor of goth.



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