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Royal Vegas Retreat 2020

See our Event FAQ for more information.

Policies and Regulations

Dress Code Policy

Certain PPC events, like our flagship event Royal Vegas Retreat 2020, require a dress code policy. The dress code for such events is as follows:

Attendees must wear J-fashion to participate at the event. This includes but is not limited to: Lolita/EGL, Ouji, Aristocrat/EGA, Mori-kei, Fairy-kei, Decora, Visual-kei, Otome, Gyaru, J-Punk, J-Goth. Japanese as well as Western formalwear (e.g. a three-piece suit) are also allowed.

Cosplay, steampunk, and European historical re-enactment costumes do not fit the theme of this event, and as such are not allowed.

If you have any questions about the dress code, please feel free to contact us with any questions. Our staff at the event are happy to assist as well, and they will have the final say when considering whether a guest’s attire is appropriate for the event.

Code of Conduct

Royal Vegas Retreat and all Pretty Princess Club events strive to create a safe, comfortable environment for fashion enthusiasts to share their love for Lolita Fashion and J-Fashion.

All attendees must be 13 or older to purchase a ticket to Royal Vegas Retreat. Certain VIP events at Royal Vegas Retreat may be limited to attendees 21 and over. Attendees of any age may purchase a VIP ticket with the understanding that they will not be allowed into 21+ events if they are under 21.

Pretty Princess Club will not tolerate harassment of any kind at any PPC event, including but not limited to: stalking, intimidation or bullying, offensive comments, physical harassment or unwelcome physical attention, non-consensual recording or photography, and the use of any hate-related image, symbol, or speech concerning an attendee's race or ethnicity, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, or religion. Pretty Princess Club will take immediate action against any attendee who harasses another, including expulsion from the event with no refund and banning the harasser from future events. All people present at any PPC event are subject to this policy, including vendors, special guests, staff, and volunteers. We will center the needs of the person being harassed and work to provide space and comfort after removing the harasser from the situation. We will never directly escalate to law enforcement, as this compromises the safety of our guests.

PPC understands that certain fashion accessories, such as collar-style necklaces and harnesses, become part of our fashion despite their relationship to kink. While collar-style necklaces and harnesses are permitted to be worn and sold, the following items may NOT be worn or sold at any PPC event: rope, impact toys such as crops, floggers, or whips, any sex toys, and any accessory with an obvious sexual purpose beyond fashion. Attendees will be asked to put these items away if shown, and refusal to do so will be interpreted as harassment.

PPC proactively bans known harassers, predators, and bigots from our events. If you are a community moderator in the United States, we invite you to share any ban lists or information you may have to make our events safer. Please email us directly at info@prettyprincess.club. We will not share anything you tell us with outside parties, unless you give us permission to do so.

PPC will record and photograph our events, and any attendee present may have their image used on our website or social media.

PPC is committed to providing an accessible experience at large events by working with ADA-compliant venues, providing maps with accessible modes of transport across the venue, providing seating in queueing areas, providing meals in line with attendees' dietary restrictions, and providing extra seating at dances and concerts. If you require specific accommodations in order to attend an event, please reach out to us directly at info@prettyprincess.club

Pretty Princess Club, LLC

What’s with the name?

It’s definitely a bit of internet snark that appealed to Nifty Nif, PPC, LLC HBIC. Nif also loves modern TLDs, and princess.club was a lot more expensive. Coincidentally, Pretty Princess Club was available for registration in Nifty Nif’s home state.

Who is PPC?

PPC is an LLC registered in Washington State, USA. It consists of one member, Nifty Nif.

EGL Fashion

What is EGL?

EGL is short for “Elegant Gothic Lolita.” “Lolita Fashion” is another name for it. It’s a style of dress that originated in Japan and is associated with Harajuku fashion culture.

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