Hello everyone, I hope you all had a lovely week! I am excited to post this week's blog post after some technical difficulties. This week's blog post covers topic #14 of the Lolita Challenge.
Here are seven lovely ladies, in no particular order, that I would love the opportunity to meet!
The topics for the lolita challenge are still going strong! The random number generator has selected challenge topic 8, 'What don't I wear Lolita more often?'
I have asked myself this very question many times, especially recently and it is a question many Lolita's ponder during the course of their fashion life.
Once you begin to build your wardrobe the desire to wear lolita more often only grows larger, at least in my opinion. It is only a nature progression that one would want to wear lolita style clothes more often. Unfortunately there are numerous factors that can occur in a lolita's life that cause certain complications to inhibit that wish. Here are my five.
The anticipation coercing through my body caused my fingertips to pound randomly atop the plastic package. Soon the protective white sleeve gave way to a pink and red striped package. From the transparent heart window I could see a glimpse of my future fashion. A momentary distraction ensued as my eyes fell to the branded letters once more. Bodyline. A swift movement re positioned the sealed goods for an easy entry and within seconds a clear parcel slid onto my vacant lap. Folded neatly within the parcel I could easily spot my the front and bow of my jumperskirt.
Once freed of it's containment I allowed my hands to caress the soft and sturdy pastel pink fabric. My fingers curled along the white patterned lace before I playfully pulled at the grosgrain ribbon. The quality in compassion to the faux-lolita styled clothes was beyond compare. The weight of the fabric, the even stitching and the soft pink intricacies of the ribbon only expedited my transition. Secured in my frills and armed with essentials my transformation into a true lolita was finally complete!
It is finally here -- my MAXICIMAM review!
MAXICIMAM is a fashion brand from Tokyo, Japan that offers punk and lolita style clothes. I discovered this brand a few years ago in a Gothic & Lolita Bible and decided to investigate. I found that MAXICIMAM offered larger sizes they called "lovely size" which was a particular interest to me as a plus-sized lolita. I awaited in anticipation for the opportunity to order a few in-stock items that would accommodate my measurements.
Halloween presented the perfect chance to put "lovely size" to the test!
This is the account of one young woman and her passion for lolita Fashion.