A person devoted to fashion clothing, particularily unique or high fashion.
A person not to be called a fashionista would be someone who obsessivly follows trends. REAL fashionistas do not believe in trends.
That type of person would be more correctly labeled a fashion whore or a shallow bitch.
Student #1:"Oh my gosh! Look at that girl wearing those sparkly red mary janes, black lolita skirt, hello kitty corset, and a top hat with pink hair!"
Student #2"Oh yeah, thats Xenia, she's a Fashionista."
Italolis (painful lolitas) are lolitas who have it all wrong. They are like the noobsof the lolita fashion world and true lolitas spit on them in shame. They consist of the following characteristics:
.they are "the people who got it wrong" in the elitist circles
.a lot of black and white
.cheap fabric and lace
.use way to elaborate make-up
.and they generally don't care thatreal lolitas hate them.
They are close relatives to Otarori(otakulolita) and are usuallyfound at anime cons hanging out with their cousins.
Lolita 1: "Look at that little girl over there who thinks she knows everything about lolita."
Lolita 2: "It looks like she bought that outfit at hottopic!"
Lolita 1: "She must be an italoli"
This word is a slang combintation of two words, "bitch" and "gal". A "bigal" is a girl that consists of atleast 2 of the following characteristics: bitchy, complaining, slutty, flirty, barbie-ish, back-stabbing, cruel, loves to publically humiliate people, prideful, vein, and anything else that makes you hate her.
1. Did you hear how Kaycee slept with Ashley's boyfriend and Jessica's boyfriend at the same time?
What a Bigal!
2. Oh my gosh! Amanda thinks she is so damn gorgeous and she isn't yet she gets all the guys!
What a Bigal!
Is rarely used in actual physical conversation, but when it is "oic" is properly pronounced, "oh-eesh" and even, "oh-ee-shee". The "oh-ee-shee" pronunciation is usually considered less proper because it is regularly mistaken for the Japanese words oishii and oishi
Person1: "No I meant that I would go to the movies"