Glitzywonderland dresses

November 19, 2022


Hello lovelies, 

this is a more in-depth review of the Glitzywonderland  dresses than I did for my youtube video because I wanted to keep it short and sweet and not drone on about the prints. 

If you rather want to see the video, here you go:

The first dress is called Palace Tea Party Classic Lolita Style Dress JSK (CLS01) on the Glitzywonderland site.

Here is a bigger picture of the stock photo.


It's based on a picture by the Austrian painter Karl Schwninger Jr, and you can find it on Karl was born in 1854 into an artist family and died in 1912 . He liked to paint rococo genre scenes.

The dress is pretty soft and the print is very fine. It's well made and there were no loose thread ends. I got size L as I was between sizes and it was a bit too big.

The top is not black but has a slight blueishshine to it.  It has a shirring at the back and a zip on the side. The bow in the front is detachable, as is the belt. The lace has golden embroidery on it but is a bit scratchy.

The dress is suited for tall lolitas, as it's almost ankle length for me but I am tiny. 

Here are three coords I did with it, even though the last two are just casual because of the no-sock situation.


The next dress is a bit lighter. It's called Angel Falls Lolita Style Dress JSK (CLS03) on their site. It has a big frill over the shoulders and I like to wear it without a blouse. 


It took me ages to figure out what the picture's name or artist was. But I did it, I found the artist. And when I did, I really had to laugh. Once again, it's an Austrian painter and this is actually a fresco in a Palais, which is not far from my place but have never been. 

The name of the artist is Johann Michael Rottmayr. He was a famous baroque painter who was born in 1654 and died in 1730. He painted a lot of frescoes but also smaller paintings.

So, the fresco in question is located in Palais Liechtenstein and is actually called the admission of the military genius into the Olymp and depicts allegories and a few gods like Zeus and Hera. Right in the middle of the dress is Athena, allegedly holding Johann Adam Andreas, the prince of Liechtenstein, the "military genius".

This painting can be found on the staircase on the east wing. Look at it on their virtual tour!

It once again has white lace with golden embroidery and a detachable belt and front bow. The belt is definitely size S and not L because it is so tight but the dress is once again a bit too big. It's a bit wrinkly but I do not want to iron it because of the fabric, so I probably need to take it to the dry cleaner.

The last dress is from the painter Sir Joseph Noel Paton and is called A Midsummer Night's Dream Classic Lolita Style Dress JSK (CLS04) on the glitzywonderland site.

Sir Paton is not Austrian this time (booo) but a Scottish painter. He was born in 1821 and died in 1901.

The painting depicts a scene from William Shakespeare's "A midsummer night's dream". The painting "The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania", painted in 1846 is one of his most famous works. According to Lewis Carrol, the author of "Alice in Wonderland" 165 fairies are painted into this picture. I did not count them, so you probably have to trust him.


Once again, both of the bows are detachable, there is a shirring at the back and white and golden lace. Out of all the dresses, this one was the least favourite as the print is not really visible from the front. 

Alright, that was the deep dive into the dresses and the paintings. I hope you enjoyed it. 

All the best,

Auris Lothol

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