|Did some research.. on Mar 21, 2008 @ 06:58 pm|
I don't but have seen the style, and did a bit of research for you. This comes from wikipedia:
"Ouji/kodona/dandy (male Lolita fashions)
Ouji (or Oujisama), meaning "prince," is a Japanese fashion that is considered the male version of Lolita fashion. This style takes its influence from the clothing boys in the Victorian era wore.
Ouji is inspired by what was worn by Victorian boys, but can be worn by either gender and includes masculine blouses and shirts, knickerbockers and other styles of short trousers, knee high socks, top hats, and newsboy caps. The colors usually used are black, white, blue and burgundy, though there are feminine versions of the fashion with a broader palette. Make-up, when worn with the fashion, is usually light and minimal, though sometimes when women wear it, more make-up is used than what they would wear with Lolita. Ryutaro from Plastic Tree and Yukke from Mucc are two of the most popular wearers of the oujisama style."
Another site I found that you may want to check out is:
They have a few pictures are examples.
|Thanks so much on Mar 21, 2008 @ 11:00 pm|
Thanks for looking it up.
Darn...!! that style is way out there. Maybe keep it a tight less extreme would look good. And add more details.
I hope i get to date a fashion student haha. The styles in Toronto stores are just too generic and dull.
Fashion seems to be girl's right.
|I like this style on Mar 21, 2008 @ 11:25 pm|
For girl, This style looks good.
A guy version of it would be cool. Substitute the skirt with long pants.