Most of the head pieces Hitomi owns came with a clothing set. I am a huge fan of Azone International clothing pieces in the 1/3 scale. The outfits are made exclusively for the 50 cm Obitsu doll. The blue ribbon (right) was an accessory that accompanied the Azone International 50 cm Alice Dress Set in blue/beige. The black/white headdress (below) was an accessory that accompanied the Azone International black/white Jumper skirt I purchased her. The white headdress (below) accompanied the white one-piece from Alice Collections. These hair clips were just a cute set I had on hand. Often times, a simple ribbon is an excellent way to add a bit of charm and simplicity to her sweet style.
As you probably know, wigs are an extremely common item in lolita fashion. Wigs are a must have for any ball-jointed type dolls as well! Many times, these dolls are originally blank. A wig is a great way to diversify your doll and make them unique. Hitomi typically has her hair in two brown pigtails. Due to this. it was only natural to ensure Hitomi's main wig would feature her trademark look. Since Hitomi is a lolita, I get a fantastic excuse to purchase multiple hairstyles for her! All three of her wigs were purchased by me directly from LeekeWorld. All three wigs are of fantastic quality and allow me to have so much style versatility. I love the range of color when it comes to these wigs as well! Hitomi's long wig (left) is the Baby Brown color, while the other two wigs (center, left) are maroon. While I want to purchase some more hairstyle options for Hitomi, she is off to a fantastic start!
Both of the blouses I purchased for Hitomi came from Alice Collection. They can be found in the 1/4 scale size. The one on the left is my absolute favorite blouse. The buttons, stitches and lace are accurate and to scale. The other blouse is one I typically as the blouse under a jumperskirt. The detachable sleeves are extremely convenient for multiple looks. I mainly keep it for the sleeves.
One cannot be a proper Lolita without a proper petticoat. Hitomi currently has two. One from Azone that is an a-line shape and that is long since it is intended for dresses. The other petticoat is from Alice Collections, and is a short petticoat with a cupcake shape. The shorter one is perfect for skirts!
This black and white jumperskirt from Azone International is absolutely perfect! It is such a classic old school lolita piece that I just had to have it! Azone is one of the brands I buy from continuously. Azone has a clothing line exclusively for the Obitsu 50 cm dolls. I am particularly fond of the Ellen style clothes. This particular set came with the headpiece and the JSK. The details on the dress are flawless and completely to scale. The floral lace detailing on the edge of the dress make the piece additionally charming.
The detachable sleeve blouse is a common addition to this particular coordinate, since I can hide the non-scaled detailing and have the varied options to have long or short sleeves.
Alice Dress Set
Lolita fashion wardrobe expansions plans
Expansion plans include:
✓ a jumperskirt
✓ a one-piece dress
✓ handmade sleepwear
✓ a few handmade head bows
✓ a Lolita winter coat
✓ a handmade Lolita winter cape
✓ tea party shoes ( pink )
✓ tea party shoes ( blue )
Do you have a BJD type doll as well? Does your doll also wear lolita fashion? Let me know below!
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