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Lolita fashion is a fashion subculture originating in Japan that is based on Victorian-era clothing as well as costumes from the Rococo period, but the style has expanded greatly beyond these two. Lolita fashion has evolved into several different sub styles and has a subculture that is present in many parts of the world. The traditional footwear of choice for Lolita is the Mary Jane, but similar options are available. A proper Lolita shoe should feature a closed, rounded toe as well as chunky, thick heels or platforms (although flats may also be an option). Another favorite style, owing to the popularity is rocking horse shoes. You shouldn't have a million pairs, but a couple of nice, sturdy pairs are good. A true Gothic Lolita should always have a cute pair of platform Mary-Janes and stilettos are not usually worn with Gothic Lolita. A tip for buying Mary-Janes is that you should have a black pair and a white pair. Other shoes to consider are platform boots, but not big, heavy Goth boots like New Rock or Victorian-style lace-up boots. Shoe fetishism is the attribution of attractive sexual qualities to shoes or other footwear as a matter of preference. Although we all have this concept that Lolita shoes have to be cute little brand Mary Janes, Cosplayers remain unaware of the fact that there are many other options for footwear. Although most of these styles are Lolita already, many appear under normal circumstances but aren't Lolita. Basic styles include the following:

Mary-Janes are the typical Lolita-styled shoe. Typical Mary-Janes are closed-toed shoes with a low heel and a buckled strap across the instep of the shoe. Variations include higher heels and wedges, or an additional strap across the ankle. An Oxford is a style of laced shoe characterized by shoelace eyelet tabs that are stitched underneath the vamp, a construction method that is also sometimes referred to as "closed lacing". Oxfords first appeared in Scotland and Ireland, where they are occasionally called Balmorals. Oxfords are traditionally constructed of leather and were historically plain, formal shoes but are now available in a range of styles and materials that complement both casual and formal forms of dress. Platform shoes are also known as Disco Boots. They are shoes, boots, or sandals with thick soles have been worn in various cultures since ancient times for fashion or for added height. Platform shoes enjoyed some popularity. The fad lasted even further in the US, lasting up until as late as the early 1980s. At the beginning of the fad, they were worn primarily by young women in their teens and twenties, and occasionally by younger girls, older women, and particularly during the disco era by young men, and although they did provide added height without nearly the discomfort of spike heels, they seem to have been worn primarily for the sake of attracting attention. Many glam rock musicians wore platform shoes as part of their act. Even today men wear shoes which increase their height. Such shoes are called elevator shoes. Whilst wedge heels were popular on platforms in the summer, high thick separate heeled platform boots and shoes were all the Wa rori combines traditional Japanese clothing styles with the Lolita fashion. The shoes and accessories used in this style are typical of traditional Japanese. These shoes are often used in place of the normal Lolita platform and high-heeled shoes.

Qi Lolita is a similar style but uses Chinese clothing and accessories in place of Japanese. Accessories include platform-slippers for footwear. Open-toed and ballet flat shoes can both be Lolita circumstantially. In fact, many major Lolita retailers sell shoes that are in the above styles. Generally, they are the same shoes, sometimes with an added Lolita touch, mostly made with leather or leather-looking material. These usually can be carried off by Classic and Sweet styles quite well. As for style, the aspect completely varies. Some like to wear shoes that they can wear for non-Lolita casual clothing. For that, it is recommended to buy flatter shoes that are comfier, and can go with your casual wardrobe as well. Some prefer shoes that they can wear formally as well; for that one would go the route of shoes that resemble heels or ballet flats and are less excessive in Lolita decoration. Black shoes go with outfits with black as a major/ trim color that is black or gray, or non-pastel and darker colors (red, burgundy, blue, navy, and green) excluding yellow. White shoes go with outfits with white as a major/ trim color or pastels/ yellow. Solid colored shoes that are not white or black go well with outfits that feature those colors as major or trim colors. Brown shoes go with outfits that feature brown or are muted in shade, although this is very much circumstantial.