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The Elegant Gothic Lolita wears an outfit that makes her look like a Victorian doll: [[PimpedOutDress puffy skirts, lots of frills, bonnets, huge ribbons]], [[{{Goth}} mostly black]]. There's also shades of ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' (though it is beginning to fall out of favor), with the aforementioned dark motif. On occasion, her hair may be in RegalRinglets or OjouRinglets.

[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lolita_fashion#Gothic Gothic lolita is actually a sub-style]] of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lolita_fashion "lolita" subculture in Japan]] based on dressing in EGL as fashion, not costume. The specific TropeNamer is Mana, a VisualKei artist, who uses "Elegant Gothic Lolita" to refer to his own brand of clothing, Moi-Même-Moitié. So referring to lolita clothing as Elegant Gothic Lolita is [[BrandNameTakeover like saying "I'm going to play Nintendo" when referring to video games]]. "Gothic Lolita" is also referred to as "gothic ''and'' lolita", "[=GothLoli=]" (''gosurori''), or "loligoth". Western {{goth}} fashion is referred to as "goth punk" in Japan.

Keep in mind that although creators might draw inspiration from lolita fashion or intend to show lolita outfits, they might not necessarily make accurate representations or real-life lolitas -- who are almost always adults or teenagers dressing in the style for fashion and would be highly offended at any [[LoliconAndShotacon implication of encouraging or endorsing pedophilia]].

For a general overview on the Lolita style of dress, as well as other styles, the UsefulNotes page about UsefulNotes/LolitaFashion has you covered.

Can overlap with a ParasolOfPrettiness, FairytaleWeddingDress.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* This style ''did'' originate in Japan, so as you may imagine, it's common in anime.
%%* Marika from ''Anime/MarieAndGali''.
%%* Lulu from ''Manga/MonochromeFactor'' is a perfect example of this trope.
* Perrier La Mer from ''Amuri in Star Ocean'' has this kind of fashion sense but in white. While under the influence of her darker persona, Vernier, she wears black.
* Natalia/Belarus from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''. Russia gave her a dress of this style (which may or may not be inspired both in Gothic Lolita and [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ac/The_last_bell_at_school_USSR_circa_1970.jpg in the schoolgirl uniforms worn in the Soviet Union]]) and she tries to wear it as much as possible.
* Hildagarde from ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'' dresses somewhat like this, as does [[spoiler:Lucifer]].
%%* Ashley of ''Manga/BetrayalKnowsMyName''.
* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'': An ''extremely'' disturbing example in CreepyTwins Hansel and Gretel.
* Riruka Dokugamine's dress in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' also evokes dolly/Gothic lolita looks.
* Everyone and everything from ''Manga/BlackButler''. (With, of course, the guys tending more toward Elegant Gothic Aristocrat.) Even grim and steely little Ciel Phantomhive wears tiers of lace and roses spilling off his top hats.
* ''Cat Street'' has a lolita character who couldn't fit into a normal public school because of her unusual fashion choices.
* ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' features several characters with eccentric, frilly and Lolita-inspired looks, though mostly notably are Chii's, with the dresses Chitose gives her. Freya is a another example, as Chii is going more towards Sweet Lolita than Gothic Lolita.
* The [=SISTERs=] of ''Anime/CoyoteRagtimeShow''.
* Lala the [[RobotGirl doll]] in a few chapters of ''Manga/DGrayMan''. The sadistic Road not only dresses up like this, but in her introduction she also dresses [[GoGoEnslavement a kidnapped and paralyzed Lenalee]] as one too, mostly to tick off Allen.
* Misa Amane in ''Manga/DeathNote'' was a PerkyGoth, though her looks became more mainstream after the TimeSkip to indicate her maturity and fame. In the anime, Misa wears outfits like this twice: once as she sings about her devotion to Light in the streets, and later in the GrandFinale... [[spoiler:as she quietly stands atop of a rooftop, after Light's death -- and it's strongly implied that [[DrivenToSuicide she threw herself off it]].]] As a matter of fact, it's possible that her original montage [[spoiler:actually takes place directly before her scene in the finale, which may be why she, in the montage, is seen on a rooftop looking forlornly at the horizon.]] The outfit may have been so distinct specifically to draw us to this conclusion.
* In ''Manga/DetectiveConan'', [[http://www.detectiveconanworld.com/wiki/The_Alibi_of_the_Black_Dress a whole case]] features a lolita fangirl, Mihiro Kuze, as ''the murder victim''. At the very start we get to see her wardrobe and she's in possession of quite a bit of Lolita clothes and jewelry, which borders as a case of CostumePorn [[AdaptationExpansion in the animated version.]] Later she's found dead in a public restroom and since Conan, Kogoro, Ran and Sonoko were among those who saw her alive last, they now have to testify and help investigate her death. [[spoiler: The fact that she's a lolita fangirl is ''vital'' in the resolution, as her black and red gown is one of the proofs against her killer: her former best friend Yuika, who had actually worn it before the murder to create an alibi... and she also had it on ''while she was killing Mihiro''.]]
** The trope also gets lampshaded when the victim is seen in the tea parlor for the first time. [[spoiler: [[DeadPersonImpersonation Or so we think]].]] Kogoro is weirded out and speaks about "that eerie witch costume" she's wearing, but Ran and Sonoko go all [[CutenessProximity "GOTH LOLI, SO CUUUUUUTE ~ !"]] [[DeadpanSnarker Of all people]], Conan explains to him what Goth-Loli is, and then he thinks that [[LittleMissSnarker Ai]] would fit in the subculture fairly well (complete with a ImagineSpot of Ai in a black gothloli dress). Later Megure is also surprised at the sight of Mihiro's lavishly-dressed corpse and snarks at Takagi when ''he'' explains what Gothloli is.
** During said case [[http://lindseythelittledetective.tumblr.com/post/103023949985/ran-and-sonoko-dressed-in-lolita-is-the-cutest the two girls go into a Lolita boutique]] [[spoiler: (specifically, the one where Mihiro purchased the black and red gown)]] to put on matching frilly and pink ''sweet lolita'' dresses. Conan/Shinichi is getting ready to snark at them and especially at Ran for their SkewedPriorities, [[http://whitediamondfairy.tumblr.com/post/56260587944 but]] [[LuminescentBlush is left starstruck]] [[SheCleansUpNicely once he actually sees Ran on it.]]
* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}''
** Alice [=McCoy=] from ''Anime/DigimonTamers''. The writer has mentioned on his home page that she may be a ghost.
** Also Nanami from ''Anime/DigimonSavers'', who wants to [[WeCanRuleTogether rule the Universe with fellow genius Touma]].
* The manga ''Doll'' by Mitsukazu Mihara is filled with tons of characters wearing lolita, specifically the Dolls (androids) of the story. Mihara also did the first covers of the Gothic Lolita Bible.
* ''The Embalmer'', created by Mihara Mitsukaz who has done illustrations for lolita magazines, has two secondary characters who dress in Gothic Lolita and a short story about a Gothic Lolita.
* Jeanette of ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero''.
* In the second season of ''Manga/{{Genshiken}}'', the males discuss what Ogiue would be like as an ero-game character. The answer: she would be a shy girl in a Gothic Lolita dress who would nevertheless be sexually aggressive even if it was her first time.
* Merriweather from the manga ''Manga/CountCain''.
* Pii-chan in ''Manga/GokinjoMonogatari''.
* Victorique from ''LightNovel/{{Gosick}}''. To be fair, it's a period piece... but not Victorian.
* Many of the outfits in ''Anime/IlSolePenetraLeIllusioni''. Etia and Ariel are almost full-on gothic lolita, and Akari and Luna have some inspiration in their normal clothes.
* Silky from ''Anime/ImGonnaBeAnAngel'', in the first season, where she poses for a doll.
* Anna Kushina in ''Anime/{{K}}'' is 11 years old, has very doll-like skin and white hair and wears a frilly red dress and matching ribbons on her hair. She really stands out since the rest of the members of HOMRA[[note]]the clan/gang she's in[[/note]] are dressed like gangsters or thugs.
* Anju Maaka from ''Manga/{{Karin}}''.
* Nui Harime of ''Anime/KillLaKill'' wears a Bo Peep/Sweet Lolita-esque style.
* The outfits worn by the girls of ''Manga/KOn'' in "Fuwa Fuwa Time" are "Goth-Loli-inspired".
* ''Anime/KyouranKazokuNikki''.
** Before changing families Senko Himemiya's (later known as Chika Midarezaki) standard outfit was of this variety.
** There is also the random shots at the end of the opening video where the female family members are seen wearing gothic outfits.
* Cosette d'Auvergne from ''Le Portrait de Petite Cosette''.
* Rikka in ''LightNovel/LoveChunibyoAndOtherDelusions'' suits herself up as one whenever her delusion is in full swing.
* Kanako from ''[[Manga/LoveHina Love Hina Again]]''; she even persuades Keitaro to dress in a goth-like manner briefly. Check out the credits for that episode of the miniseries, which have the other characters, save Haruka, similarly... modified. The cover of volume 11, in which Kanako first appears, has all the characters except Keitaro dressed in this style. Keitaro's not on the cover because he happens to be away until the last three pages of the book.
* In ''Manga/{{Loveless}}'', Nagisa's outfits are often gothic lolita. Yes, even when she's at home or eating lunch.
* Vita of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs''.
* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
** Evangeline A.K. [=MacDowell=] (on the picture above together with [[RobotMaid Chachamaru]]), who dresses like this ''all the time'' when not wearing her school uniform. In one chapter of the manga, Evangeline takes on Asuna as an apprentice and demands that she dress only in gothic lolita style. In another, she dresses those still at school campus during the holidays in cosplay/Goth Loli, because she's bored. The ''fanboys'' were entertained, at least.
** Another example would be Tsukuyomi and her Victorian-stylized outfits she wears into combat (never seen without one). [[ClothingDamage She rarely leaves battle with the outfit intact]].
* Kanna from ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'' normally wears a frilly dress that's something of a hybrid between Gothic Lolita and traditional Ainu clothing. Kobayashi describes it as "tribal goth loli".
* Mother in ''Manga/MotherKeeper'' is always seen dressed like this.
* ''Manga/{{Moyashimon}}''. [[spoiler: Kei Yuuki, Tadayasu's childhood friend]] has a distinct love for this style of dress apparently.
* Just as real Vivienne Westwood clothes appear in ''Manga/{{Nana}}'', at least some of Misato's clothing are actual lolita designs.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' has Perona as one of the CoDragons in the Thriller Bark arc, Oda's tribute to the horror genre.
* Kuroneko from ''LightNovel/{{Oreimo}}''. In nearly all of her interactions with the other characters, who met through an online fan forum, she presents herself as her otaku persona. It comes as a shock to Kyosuke much later on when [[spoiler:she enrolls at his school, clad without her EGL outfit, and he realizes he doesn't know her real name to introduce her to his friend]].
* In the shoujo manga ''Manga/{{Othello}}'' the main character Yaya's secret hobby is dressing in EGL as cosplay for her favorite VisualKei band (the manga has nothing to do with Creator/WilliamShakespeare's ''Theatre/{{Othello}}'').
* Stocking of ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt'' embodies a few traits of the stereotypical lolita including a fondness for Gothic decor and {{sweet|Tooth}}s.
* ''Manga/ParadiseKiss''.
** Isabella dresses in Elegant Gothic Aristocrat style, which is basically Elegant Gothic Lolita with floor-length skirts and a more ladylike look. Probably because it's hard to pull off the ''lolita'' part when you're a six-foot-tall {{transgender}}.
** Miwako Sakurada sometimes dresses in Sweet Lolita dresses.
* The three "[[{{Crossdresser}} princesses]]" from ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' are forced to dress up in an Elegant Gothic Lolita style because that year's costume designer is a gothic lolita fan.
* ''Manga/PrincessResurrection'': Hime, with heavy emphasis on elegant and Gothic, as well as her younger sister Sherwood.
* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'':
** Madoka Kaname dresses rather normally most of the time, but her MagicalGirl outfit looks like it's straight-up taken from the wardrobe of a Sweet Lolita fan -- has a puffy skirt, lots of frills, huge ribbons and super cute shoes with frilly knee-length socks. The Gothic aesthetic can fit as well, as Puellae inevitably [[spoiler:mutate into Germanic or Victorian-themed EldritchAbomination Witches.]]
** Mami Tomoe's outfit, save for the MagicSkirt, would fit in pretty well with some modifications.
** In ''The Rebellion Story'', [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rebellionhomurawitch1_7912.png Homura]] is briefly seen wearing a Gothloli-like dress. [[spoiler: She ditches it for a far more {{stripperiffic}} black dress after her FaceHeelTurn.]]
* [[WaifProphet Quon]] from ''Anime/RahXephon'' may qualify. Cute umbrella and all. One of the DVD covers has her dress in a more traditional outfit.
* ''Anime/RozenMaiden''. Character designs; Suigintou is the only one who qualifies as both lolita and fitting the gothic subtype's palette, however. Souseiseki has the colors, but her clothing is more in keeping with the ouji/kodona style.
%%* Hotaru Tomoe (Sailor Saturn) in the second half of the third season of ''Manga/SailorMoon''.
* The lead trio in ''Anime/SaintOctober''. They even call themselves the [=GothLoli=] Detectives.
* Marion Phauna from ''Manga/ShamanKing'' is a teenage EmotionlessGirl who evokes some Gothic Lolita stereotypes - she wears a goth-like dress plus [[NiceShoes Mary Jane pumps]], ties her GirlishPigtails with black ribbons, and carries around a cursed doll. She isn't actually a Gothic Lolita, though.
* Sunako of ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'' has outfits inspired by Gothic Lolita. Megumi wears some frilly Gothic/Punkish outfits as well after [[spoiler: [[BackFromTheDead rising from the dead]].]]
* Chikage from ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess'' , althought Aria from the same series is a better example in clothing style, anyway. Chikage is more 19th century male dress, for the most part.
* Emily from ''Anime/StrainStrategicArmoredInfantry'' is dressed that way by Sara.
* Tsukiyo Kujou from ''Manga/TheWorldGodOnlyKnows'' counts as this, even while still wearing her school uniform.
* Sakura during the Infinity arc in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''.
* In ''Anime/TsukuyomiMoonPhase'', Hazuki/Luna when we first meet her in her castle/home/prison.
* [[GenderBender Guilt-Na]] from ''Manga/VampireDoll'' is often one, much to her chagrin.
* ''Manga/VenusVersusVirus'' has Lucia, who owns a clothing store that sells dresses in this style. The twins Layla and Lola also dress in gothic lolita fashion. Souichirou dresses in a gothic inspired fashion as well but obviously not gothic lolita.
* In ''Manga/TheWallflower'' (Or ''Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge''), there's the [="GothLoli Sisters"=] who are rather [[{{Gonk}} less than elegant]], not very lolita-ish, and also not very gothic... but that's what they call themselves, and often chant "Goth Goth Loli Loli".
* The Ame-Warashi in ''Manga/XxxHOLiC''.
* In one episode of ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Judai had an opponent named [[AliceAllusion Alice]] who dressed like this.
* Cathy has a victorian-looking dress with a cat-themed twist in ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'' (but only when she duels; other times, she wears a more modest schoolgirl outfit).
* Rory Mercury from ''Literature/{{Gate}}'' wears a black-and-red number as an apostle of the God of Death Emroy that is clearly designed to mirror a few elements of this fashion. It is so evident that [[{{Otaku}} Youji Itami]] himself immediately (and incorrectly) identified her as an actual Gothic Lolita when his group first met her.
* Kanzaki Ranko from "Anime/TheIdolmasterCinderellaGirls".

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Marvel's ''{{ComicBook/Livewires}}'' miniseries featured a character actually '''ONLY named''' Gothic Lolita, who served as the CuteBruiser of the title FiveManBand. To be fair, she is a self-named RobotGirl, and her teammates have equally odd monikers.
* Also from Marvel, ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' leader, [[GothGirlsKnowMagic Nico Minoru]], was referenced as such in the comic's first script.
* Kim Pine during the gig in ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim and the Infinite Sadness''.
* Used in ''ComicBook/GloomCookie'', naturally, as it satirizes a lot of {{goth}} tropes.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''Fanfic/KyonBigDamnHero''
** Tsuruya gets one of these made for her by Mikuru. It doesn't match her cheerful demeanor at all.
** Mikuru later makes a second custom Lolita outfit for Yuki, who pulls off the attitude rather better. (And Haruhi raises the ante by InstantCosplaySurprise-ing Kyon into [[AwesomeAnachronisticApparel rather snappy Victorian suits]] to match.)
* In Fanfic/TokyoMewMewNoHopeLeft it's mentioned when the main character wears "Gothic Lolita". It does not match the guidelines for the style at all, though, so it's kind of subverted.
* In a ''[[WesternAnimation/AlvinAndTheChipmunks Chipmunks Go to the Movies]]'' fanfic that spoofs the film version of ''Franchise/{{Dragnet}}'', Brittany is the owner of an Elegant Gothic Lolita clothing emporium that was robbed; Jeanette was a sales representative.
* Amy wore a gothic lolita dress in one issue of ''Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline''. It's never mentioned, though considering she has an UnlimitedWardrobe in [[ComicBook/SonicTheComic the official comic]] it doesn't seem too odd that she would try out lolita.

* The child-vampire Claudia in Anne Rice' ''Literature/InterviewWithTheVampire'' dresses this way during the Victorian era.
* Clothing designer Novala Takemoto's novels, the most well known being ''LightNovel/KamikazeGirls'' and its adaptations.
* The title character of ''LightNovel/ShakuganNoShana'' [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/post/show/15338/gothic-highres-itou_noiji-margery_daw-ogata_matake dresses like this in some promo art for the light novel]].
* Momoko from ''LightNovel/KamikazeGirls'' is a Sweet Lolita, her admiration for the real life brand "Baby the Stars Shine Bright" designs is one of her biggest character traits.
* Teenage Karma from ''Literature/TheGirlFromTheMiraclesDistrict'' is described as wearing this style, which is noted for being at odds with her job as a hacker.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Some {{Dorama}} will purchase actual lolita clothes for lolita characters.
* ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'''s Nai and Mea dress in a "dolly-goth" style.
* [[InstantAIJustAddWater Maen]] from ''Series/TomicaHeroRescueForce''.
* The Three Priestesses in ''Series/{{Garo}}'', a.k.a. the Eastern Watchdogs.
* There's the Grasshopper Woman in ''Series/KamenRiderDouble''.
* Sometimes [[LiveActionAdaptation Live-Action Adaptations]] of manga and anime buy actual lolita clothing for the actors to wear so the live-action characters look more like real lolitas than the original characters.
** ''Manga/{{Moyashimon}}''
** ''Manga/DekaWanko''
** ''Manga/PrincessPrincess''

* Mana of "Malice Mizer" and now "Moi dix Mois" is the UrExample, TropeMaker and TropeNamer, as well as the owner of one of the major brands, "Moi Meme Moitie". Also counts the the TropeNamer, as the term Elegant Gothic Lolita was coined by him to describe his own style.
* Yui Itsuki of Music/YouseiTeikoku is inspired by Gothic Lolita.
* In the music video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1e4nIxSVUk "Black Heart Inertia" by Incubus]], Gothic Lolitas (mainly Sweet Lolitas) are seen in the video, especially toward the end.
* Music/EmilieAutumn's entire aesthetic, including having a song literally titled "Gothic Lolita."
* Music/{{Kerli}} may resemble one, but she calls her style "bubble goth".
* Kanon Wakeshima
* Nana Kitade
* Luna Haruna

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Candy of ''TabletopGame/{{Malifaux}}'' gained this look with the second edition, complete with OjouRinglets.

[[folder: Toys]]
* ''Franchise/EverAfterHigh'' features this heavily, for obvious reasons. Can't sell plain looking characters as dolls, now, can you? But... It does not match the guidelines for the style very much, though, so it's more of a downplayed version, although the general silhouette and certain accessories and decorations of some characters look very lolitesque, the clothing of the girls looks like a fairy tale/fantasy reinterpretation of Lolita.
* [[VegetarianVampire Draculaura]] from ''Toys/MonsterHigh'' shows a few elements of this. Also Elissabat.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaPortraitOfRuin'', the two victorian-looking vampire sisters. Interestingly, we find out they dressed the same way before they became vampires.
* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration''
** LittleMissBadass Latooni Subota finds herself turning into this. First by accident, second in order to match her with the [[{{Ojou}} Princess]] she was assigned to guard, and finally ''ordered'' into it by one of her superior officers because frankly, she looks so damn ''cute'' in it. To be fair, however, every time she wore that dress, she ended up with a fair amount of CharacterDevelopment, and the officer giving the order actually says as much.
** And don't get us started on her [[HumongousMecha giant robot]]. There's a reason the ''game's development staff'' nicknamed it the Gothlolion.
** Irui [[spoiler:Guneden,]] is also this [[spoiler:in her child form]].
* ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur''
** Amy from ''Soul Calibur 3'' is influenced by Gothloli. In the arcade version, at least. ''Soul Calibur IV'' even more so. She's "erotic" at best; most lolitas value modesty.
** ''Soul Calibur IV'' also includes a victorian [[RobotGirl robotic]] in bonus character Ashlotte.
** And if ''that's'' somehow not enough for you, the game's [[VirtualPaperDoll character creator]] has more than enough frilly, lacy clothing for you to make your own.
* Tabitha from ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars: Days Of Ruin''. She's more of the AlphaBitch in personality, however.
* Chidori Yoshino in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' has an elegant gothic dress, an icy personality (except when she's [[EmoTeen busy cutting herself]]), ''and'' a supernatural power.
* Yurika Kirishima of the ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'' sequel ''Project Justice'' dresses something inspired by this style (and her profile even lists a like of frilly and lacy clothing) but the colors of her clothing (light blue dress and a bright red ribbon) contrast to the typical colors associated with this trope.
* ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'':
** Ninon Beart from ''Maximum Impact 2'' dresses like this. In the ''Days of Memories'' DatingSim, if she's the chosen love interest, [[http://imageftw.com/uploads/20130430/k-58_fkdiidkrk.png she will rope the lead guy into dressing up as a Gothic Lolita to please her]].
** In the ''Tales of Ash'' saga, a girl from Those Of The Past dresses like this. She's a ''very'' creepy-looking EmotionlessGirl named Rimelo, never seen without her partner Shroom. In ''XI'' they [[spoiler: attack the Ikari Warriors to steal Magaki's body, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking stealing Heidern's]] EyepatchOfPower in the meantime]]; in ''XIII'' they ambush Kyo Kusanagi to give him his KOF invitation, in the Story mode she stands by Shroom's side as he speaks to [[spoiler: Ash Crimson]], and she's also there when [[spoiler: Shion [[TheStinger returns]] to this world in the ending]].
** The ''pachinko'' games include [[http://www.p-world.co.jp/kisyubbs/photo/4193/200702/p4193_2007021017371992_1.jpg Athena Asamiya]] in a old school Gothic Lolita outfit.
* The "Dark Beauty" dress Cordelia can acquire in ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts: Covenant'' is, appropriately enough, in this style.
* In ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'', Lapin Angelique, the store in A-East, carries Gothic And Lolita attire as its main stock.
* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'':
** ''Mountain Of Faith''[='=]s second boss, Hina Kagiyama, ''Undefined Fantastic Object''[='=]s sixth boss, Byakuren Hijiri, and ''Phantasmagoria of Flower View'''s Medicine Melancholy are actually some of the few who fully represent this trope.
** Also, series protagonist Reimu herself started as a rather traditional {{Miko}} whose outfit was progressively wa-lolified.
* Creator/{{Cave}} has two ShootEmUp series, ''VideoGame/{{Ibara}}'' and ''VideoGame/DeathSmiles'', with gothic lolita elements. The latter is more heavily centered on them.
** Every female character in ''VideoGame/DeathSmiles'' dresses like this, most likely because they're in a world reminiscent of early 20th century Europe - in the endings, [[spoiler:any girl who returns to the real world is generally seen wearing more mundane clothes]].
* The generic female mage characters in ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' all dress this way.
* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''
** Marley, one of five trainers that you can team up with in ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl''/''Platinum'', dresses in this style.
*** Cynthia from the same game.
** ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' also introduces the Gothitelle evolutionary family.
** ''VideoGame/PokemonConquest'' extends it to the Warlord partnered with Gothitelle, Gracia, after her promotion.
* ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'', and its sequel, ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'': Margaret rocks this style to a T. The look of her outfit seems to be a ShoutOut to [[Anime/RozenMaiden Suigintou]], along with the hair color and all.
-->"[[ZettaiRyouiki Thigh-high socks are my absolute territory...]]"
** Bad Girl's design in the original was more similar to Sweet Lolita or... Little Bo Peep.
* ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}} V'' has a mute gothic loli. Being designed by Satoshi Urushihara, emphasis on "insane detail".
* Len in ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', although she's only given a proper model in the sequel, Kagetsu Tohya.
* Lady Rachel Alucard, a [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld centuries-old]] {{vampire}}, and one of the most [[LittleMissBadass powerful]] (and [[LittleMissSnarker snarky]]) characters in ''VideoGame/BlazBlue''.
** The main character of the story, Ragna, has referred to Rachel and her manservant as "Team Gothic Lolita".
-->"[[EnforcedTrope You do need the obligatory gothic lolita, after all.]]"
* The video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxVLpuq6cPI Oblivion]] in ''VideoGame/{{DJMAX}}''. The opening text calls it "The Gothic Lolita Metamorphosis".
* [[EnfanteTerrible Lieselotte Achenbach]] in ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart'' is Gothic-lolita inspired.
* Feli from ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' is a curious example. She's even an [[LittleMissBadass astrologer with frickin' dowsing rods]].
* Agitha from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' is dressed this way, and the clothes are decorated with figures of butterflies to denote her apparent status as the "princess of the Insect Kingdom".
* The "Arsenic Candy" gang features a dolly-goth style in the ''VideoGame/SpiderMan3'' video game.
* The pilot of the FinalBoss craft in ''VideoGame/{{Otomedius}} Excellent'' is a young female expy for ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'''s Dracula wearing this style.
* ''VideoGame/RockBand'' has a handful of frilly, lacy articles of clothing, thus allowing you to dress a female custom character like this if you want. There are also a few items suitable for an Elegant Gothic Aristocrat.
* In ''VideoGame/ImmortalSouls'', all of the women in one of the vampire gangs dress in a style like this. Which leads to the rather quirky visual of the buff, trenchcoat-clad main character getting his ass kicked by girls wearing corsets, frilly skirts, and Parasols of Prettiness.
* Dolce in ''VideoGame/RuneFactory4''. Just look at her [[http://therunefactory.wikia.com/wiki/Dolce picture]].
* In ''[[VideoGame/StyleSavvy Style Savvy: Trendsetters]]'', the brand "Raven Candle" exclusively specializes this type of clothing. The "Marble Lily" brand mostly specializes in frilly princess fashions, but their darker-coloured clothing occasionally strays into this territory as well. There are a lot of customers who have or want outfits in this style, and you can [[VirtualPaperDoll dress your character]] in them as well.
** In one of the DLC's, TheFashionista [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/File:Oboro_halloween_dlc.png Oboro]] gets dressed up in an outfit that looks inspired by the Wa Lolita branch.
* In the vein of [[Franchise/TheAddamsFamily Wednesday Addams]] and ''Film/InterviewWithTheVampire'', Beatrix from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' is a young looking [[OurVampiresAreDifferent space vampire]] that dresses in a very elegant gothic attire that may resemble Gothic Lolita.
* ''VideoGame/SonicRunners'' has Gothic Amy, dressed in a traditional black and white outfit - minus blouse and socks.
* ''[[VideoGame/AnimalCrossing Animal Crossing: New Leaf]]'' introduced a gothic lolita ''sheep'' named Muffy. Her wool is black and her skin is pure white, and she wears heavy makeup.
** ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossingPocketCamp'' gives us Lottie's Gothic Rose Event, where you can earn a gothic lolita dress and other gothic wearable items for your character to wear. Lottie also shows up wearing a gothic lolita dress of her own.
* ''VideoGame/LoveNikkiDressUpQueen'':
** Since this is a game where things are resolved via fashion shows, there are many "Gothic" and "Lolita" clothes and accesories that can be purchased and used by the PlayerCharacter Nikki. There's even [[https://ln.nikkis.info/wardrobe/suit/gothic-lolita a whole wardrobe set]] based on the style AND [[LampshadeHanging literally named "Gothic Lolita"]]
** Royce's BeleagueredAssistant, [[ReluctantFanserviceGirl Neva]], both downplays and plays the trope straight. On one hand her usual clothes include a a blouse/skirt/Mary Janes combo that resembles the EGL style, but she wears next to no EGL stuff otherwise. On the other, one of Royce's challenges to Nikki has Neva modelling a mix of {{meido}} and Gothloli outfit against Nikki's own.

[[folder: Visual Novels]]
* In ''VisualNovel/LittleBusters'', [[WideEyedIdealist Komari's]] casual outfit is a cute old school Gothic Lolita outfit. It highlights that Gothic Lolita had pretty much overtaken every other kind of Lolita in otaku media, because while Riki notes correctly that the innocent doll-like aspects of the fashion suit Komari perfectly, the Gothic part very much ''doesn't'', while in contrast the Sweet Lolita subgenre, with its colorful sweets, stars, and fairytale themes, would fit both Komari's general personality and the themes of her route perfectly.
* ''Franchise/WhenTheyCry'':
** Rika and Hanyuu from ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' dress this way quite a lot in promo art for ''Kai'' and ''Rei''. The series takes place in TheEighties though.
** ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'':
*** Bernkastel, Eriko Furudo, and Virgilia are the best examples.
*** Maria, Lambdadelta, and Zepar can also count, though Lambda, with her pink-overload, would be more of a Sweet Lolita.
*** Natsuhi and Beatrice, who, due to the drawing styles of Natsumi Kei and Jiro Suzuki, are heavily styled like this in the manga.
* The spirit Iyaritikki in ''VisualNovel/ShinkyokuSoukaiPolyphonica'' is almost doll-like in her appearance, including [[MegaTwintails very impressive]] ringlets.
* Celestia "Super Highschool Level Gambler" Ludenberg from ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' is only seen dressed in this style. Including some really, REALLY huge MegaTwintails.
* Ashe, the heroine of the [[{{Eroge}} 18+]] [[RomanceGame otome game]] ''VisualNovel/UnderTheMoon'', favors frilly black dresses.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* {{Transgender}} woman Charlie's style of choice in ''Webcomic/KhaosKomix''. Her mother is a tailor.
* CuteBruiser Nova from ''Webcomic/OverlordAcademy'' favors this style.
* Hwa Ryun from ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod'' wears something like this in Viole's flashback. Yes, that includes her EyepatchOfPower.
* Yuki of ''Webcomic/{{Megatokyo}}'' tries dressing [[http://megatokyo.com/strip/1221 like this]] to enter the "Cave of Evil", after seeing a similarly dressed tenant.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Chimera, from the 3rd season of ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub,'' is inspired by [=GothLoli=]. It has been criticized that Stella should know this (especially since it's a well-known fashion style), but she doesn't act that way, calling her look "preteen meets goth".
* As part of her UnlimitedWardrobe, Ilana wears an outfit like this in the "Elephant Logic" episode of ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan.''