Lolita Level Up Quiz!

This is an updated version of ParfaitDoll’s Lolita Level Up quiz from a good few years ago that I found over on FYeahLolita, so all credit to Caro-chan for the quiz! The idea is to count up how many of the statements apply to you, and then check your score against the final chart. Caro-chan originally posted the quiz about a year ago now, but I still want to give it a go, and you should try it out too!

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  • You have a favorite brand
  • You own a petticoat
  • You own multiple petticoats in different cuts and/or lengths
  • You own a parasol
  • You own an item from a brand
  • You own a novelty item from a brand (plates, mugs, stuffed animals, home decor, and other “non-wearables”)
  • You own an item from Bodyline
  • You own an item from a Taobao brand
  • You own an item from a Western indie brand
  • You own an item you bought of eBay, Amazon, or a shady website and it came out okay
  • You’ve bought brand directly from their official store
  • You’ve bought a lucky pack
  • You bought an item in reserve
  • You own a complete Lolita outfit
  • You’ve worn a complete Lolita outfit in public
  • You’ve worn a complete Lolita outfit in public and it wasn’t even on Halloween or at a convention

 

  • You’ve bought and sold on an online Lolita community
  • You’ve paid retail price for a rare secondhand brand
  • You’ve paid double the retail price for a rare secondhand brand
  • You’ve paid less than 20% the retail price for secondhand brand (ex: you paid $40 for a piece that originally cost $200)
  • You’ve bought from a Japanese auction
  • You’ve ordered from a shopping service
  • You wear clothes you’ve made for yourself
  • You wear a print you’ve designed yourself
  • You wear clothes you’ve had custom made for you
  • Have had brand pieces altered to fit your size or style
  • You’ve been wearing Lolita for over a year
  • You’ve been wearing Lolita for over 5 years
  • You’ve been wearing Lolita for over a decade
  • You have enough Lolita outfits to wear a new one every day for a week
  • You have enough Lolita outfits to wear a new one every day for a month
  • You’ve converted an interested friend to Lolita

 

  • You wear brand with your “normal” wardrobe
  • You don’t have a “normal” wardrobe because you only wear Lolita (mostly!)
  • You know how to handwash your Lolita clothes
  • You know how to wash a wig
  • You’ve worn a wig, circle lenses, or false eyelashes
  • You’ve worn a wig, circle lenses, and false eyelashes all at once
  • You own a pair of rocking horse shoes
  • You own a pair of tea party shoes
  • You own a purse shaped like something ridiculous
  • You own an old school rectangle headdress
  • You own a bonnet
  • You own Lolita roomwear or pajamas
  • You own a Lolita item that was released this past year
  • You own a Lolita item that was released over 6 years ago
  • You own a Lolita item that was released over 10 years ago
  • You own every item released in a favorite print/series

 

  • You’ve worn something on your head that was never intended to be worn on a head
  • You’ve worn a trendy accessory (deer horns, halos, peignoirs, eyeballs, etc)
  • You’ve worn Sweet Lolita
  • You’ve worn Classic Lolita
  • You’ve worn Gothic Lolita
  • You’ve worn Old School Lolita
  • You’ve worn Boystyle
  • You’ve worn one of the lesser worn Lolita substyles such as Punk, Ero, Wa, or Guro
  • You know the difference between a JSK and an OP
  • You can name at least 5 prints
  • You can tell which items are from which brand just by looking at them
  • You can tell which items are from which brand just by looking at them, even if they’re not a print
  • You can tell which year a brand piece came from just by looking at it
  • You’ve taken Lolita outfit snaps
  • You’ve traveled to visit a fancy looking place just to take outfit snaps
  • You’ve started a trend that others have followed
  • You own a Gothic & Lolita Bible
  • You own every single Gothic & Lolita Bible
  • Your picture is in a Gothic & Lolita Bible
  • Your picture is in a Gothic & Lolita Bible because you’re a model for a brand
  • You own a Lolita sewing pattern book
  • You’ve made something from a Lolita sewing pattern book
  • You’ve seen Kamikaze Girls
  • You’ve read Kamikaze Girls
  • You’ve met Novala Takemoto
  • You’ve met Misako Aoki
  • Misako Aoki has made you an official Lolita ambassador
  • You’ve met one of your favorite Lolita designers
  • You’ve learned how to sew/craft just so you can make your own Lolita clothes/accessories
  • You’ve decorated your house/bedroom to match your Lolita wardrobe
  • Your Lolita wardrobe is part of your decor (ex: you display your hats on a shelf, keep a mannequin dressed up on display, etc)
  • You’ve been interviewed for a newspaper/magazine article for wearing Lolita
  • You’ve made friends through Lolita
  • You’ve made friends in foreign countries through Lolita
  • You’ve celebrated International Lolita Day
  • You have a separate facebook profile just for Lolita
  • You’re known by a different name when you wear Lolita
  • You’ve twinned with someone
  • You’ve tripleted with people
  • You’ve been part of a group of clones
  • You’ve taken purikura in Lolita before
  • You have a purikura app on your phone
  • You’ve had to explain what you were wearing to a stranger
  • You’ve been called a princess by small children
  • Old ladies have complimented you and remarked how nice it is to see young people dressed so nicely
  • You’ve been called Bo-Peep
  • You’ve been asked if you were in a play
  • You’ve been asked what you were cosplaying as, or compared to an anime character

  • You’re a member of online Lolita communities
  • You’re active in online Lolita communities
  • You mod an online Lolita community
  • You mod an online community of over 1,000 members
  • You’ve attended a meetup
  • You’ve attended a tea party meetup
  • You’ve attended a brand sponsored tea party
  • You’ve traveled multiple hours to attend a meetup
  • You’ve hosted a meetup
  • You’ve hosted over 6 meetups
  • You’ve hosted a meetup with over 20 attendees
  • You’ve been to a Lolita swap meet
  • You’ve attended a large scale Lolita event or convention
  • You’ve been on staff at a large scale Lolita event or convention
  • You’ve been to a Lolita panel at a convention
  • You’ve hosted your own panel at a convention

 

  • You’ve seen a Lolita fashion show
  • You’ve modeled in a Lolita fashion show
  • You’ve seen a brand fashion show
  • You’ve modeled in a brand fashion show
  • You own your own Lolita clothes/accessory line
  • You’ve hosted your own brand’s fashion show
  • You have visited a Lolita shop
  • You’ve traveled to another country just to buy from Lolita shops
  • You own and run your own Lolita shop
  • You’re friends with a brand shop girl
  • You are a brand shop girl
  • You run a Lolita blog (traditional, tumblr, vlog, etc)
  • You run a Lolita blog with over 1,000 followers
  • You have been called “e-famous”
  • You have been called “e-infamous”
  • You’ve been featured on TV for wearing Lolita

*drum roll*

4experienced

“61-80 points is the realm of an experienced Lolita! You’ve probably been active in the fashion for a number of years, have a fairly large and diverse wardrobe, and have attended (and hosted!) your fair share of Lolita events. You’re most likely well-known within your local, and online, communities. You’re probably practically an expert on the fashion and have probably introduced, or at least guided, a few friends along the right path in the fashion. Your next step is most likely to do a closet cleaning or some wardrobe organization because you probably have a few years of accumulated clothes.”

I guessed I’d get that one! I got 68 points overall, if I counted correctly, so I’m fairly in the middle of it, too!

If you want to do it yourself, the different levels are on F Yeah Lolita. Don’t worry if you don’t get as many as you expected, it’s just a bit of fun, and it’ll be interesting to do it again in a few years time to see how much you’ve managed in that time!

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