Gothic Lolita Street Styles w/ Furry Ears, MR Corset, Innocent World Ruffle Skirts, Baby The Stars Shine Bright, Mary West Necklaces & Vivienne Westwood Bag

We came across Hitsuji and Mary, whose gothic Lolita streetwear styles easily caught our eye on the Harajuku street. Let’s take a look at their individual styles:

On the left with her red hair in ringlets and red colored contacts is Mary, an occupational therapist and the accessory designer of Mary West. Mary’s Lolita style consists of a long sleeve coat with tiered lace ruffles and fringed collar from H. Naoto, worn over a red lace bow top from Baby, The Stars Shine Bright. She styled her layered tops with a button down corset from Pure One Corset Works, and slipped into layered ruffle skirts, one with a tiered ruffle hem and the other with a front slit asymmetric ruffle hem, both of which are from Innocent World. She donned graphic print floral tights, and a pair of platform baby doll suede heels with criss-cross ankle straps. Mary accessorized her look with a black hat headpiece with peacock feathers, furry ears and floral accents from Corgi-Corgi, a Mary West red ruby cameo necklace, and black gloves from Gothic Holic. In addition, Mary is wearing a Vivienne Westwood orb sling bag slung across her chest. Check out Mary’s luxurious accessories on Instagram, Twitter and Mary West’s official website.

Meanwhile, Hitsuji – a wig shop owner – stepped out in a black cropped cardigan, worn over a black lace corset from MR Corset, which features front button snaps, a satin bow and ruffled lace trims. She styled her corset with a black tiered jumperskirt with lace panels and asymmetrical hem, black printed tights from Baroque, and lace-up leather boots from Yosuke. She finished off her look with a Black Sheep wig, a Strawberry Decadence wolf ears headband with floral and tassel accents, purple colored contacts with red eye makeup, Gothic Holic earrings, and a Mary West gothic bead and lace necklace. Hitsuji’s favorite fashion brand is Baroque, and she listens to the music of Ali Project. Follow Hitsuji on Twitter and Black Sheep’s official website.

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