Lace petticoats and birds nest headdresses are just some of the bold fashion choices being worn on the streets of Newcastle.
Inspired by Victorian period dress and evolved on the streets of Japan, the edgy style of dress has been nicknamed Lolita fashion.
It is a British version of the clothing worn by Harajuku girls - women from the city who have developed their own unique style.
Different versions of the Lolita style exist including Classic Lolita, Victorian Lolita , Sweet Lolita, Goth Lolita and Sailor Lolita.
Lolita girls meet once a month to dress in their outfits and socialise with other Lolitas.
Meetings in our region are organised through the North East Lolitas facebook page.
If you are a Tyne and Wear Lolita send your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org
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