The Ōji Lolita look
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Ōji (王子?) or Ōji-sama (王子様?), meaning "prince", is a Japanese fashion that is considered the male version of Lolita fashion.
Some though do not consider it as Lolita because it does not follow the typical Lolita 'cupcake' silhouette but instead takes its influence from the Victorian era of young boys.
Though it is considered a "boy style", it is more often than not worn by females.
Ōji includes blouses and shirts, knickerbockers and other styles of short trousers, knee high socks, top hats, and newsboy caps. The colours usually used are black, white, blue
and burgundy, though there are feminine versions of the fashion with a broader palette.
Though in Japan this fashion is typically referred to as Ōji, outside of Japan it is common to hear it referred to as "Kodona".
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