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International Lolita Day in Buenos Aires


For this year’s winter Loliday we decided to organize a visit to a cultural landmark in Buenos Aires:

The Palacio Barolo.

“The Palacio Barolo was designed in accordance with the cosmology of Dante’s Divine Comedy, motivated by the architect’s admiration for Alighieri. There are 22 floors, divided into three sections. The basement and ground floor represent hell, floors 1-14 are the purgatory, and 15-22 represent heaven. The building is 100 meters (330 feet) tall, one meter for each canto of the Divine Comedy.” (taken from Wikipedia)

And since the building was inspired by the “Divine Comedy”, the theme for the meet up was “Angels and Demons”. Unfortunately, the weather was cold, rainy and windy, and the meet up was at night, so we couldn’t wear the OTT coords we had planned.

Here are some outfit snaps of the attendees:

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Here are some group shots:







Here’s a photo of the city taken from one of the balconies of the building. Isn’t it beautiful?



And I’m going to end this post with a blurry picture of the “Barolo’s ghost”. A hooded figure clad in red that haunts the building. Creepy, uh?




Thanks for reading! I hope you enjoyed the post!

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