That Spidey mask bow is absolute perfection! The red webbed cardigan works impeccably to create a more casual lolita look with the solid blue tones and the minimal ruffles. This bold ensemble is, of course, punctuated with a pair of matching webbed Mary Janes*.
This lolita interpretation of Wonder Woman is both whimsy and surreal; there is a striking balance between adorable and creepy in this look, quite similar to Junko Mizuno’s work. While I can’t imagine Diana ever wearing this ensemble herself (or any lolita redesign of the classic Wondy costume, per se), I really love the combination of Wonder Woman’s signature costume with lolita fashion. Although this bold color combo deviates from the primary color wheel of the standard lolita wardrobe, it actually works with the frilly detailing (particularly, the golden yellow trim on the blouse and the star-spangled layered skirt) to create a statement ensemble that’s audaciously cute.
The ensemble is topped off with the scalloped tiara headband and the golden satin ribbon of truth, punctuating this outfit with a clever translation of Wonder Woman’s key weapons as lolita accessories.
Within the mass of enthusiastic fans at San Diego’s Comic-Con International, there is always a selection of notable attendees who are dressed to impress both fellow nerds and fashionistas. These attendees straddle the line between couture and cosplay, putting their own stylish twist on a classic costume design or re-imagining mere objects of nerdy pop culture as wearable apparel (such as Jennifer Landa’s ingenious Death Star dress). These are the fans who stand out from the sea of swag t-shirts and booth girls in the crowded exhibit halls, and we’ve assembled some of the most stylish and clever outfits spotted at Comic-Con.
Check out the photo parade of some of the most stylish outfits spotted at San Diego Comic Con on ComicsAlliance!
In which, LadyLawga created a psuedo-cyberpunk lolita coordinate inspired by Jason Todd/Red Hood, and now I want to make a Red Hood purse (says the girl who still insists that she doesn’t really like Jason Todd all that much…).
I love chunky platformed space boots and tulle netted skirts, so I’m sold. I can only hope that the Red Hood purse is carrying a makeup purse that is in the shape of a domino mask ;)