Most of the head pieces Hitomi owns came as a bonus with a clothing set. I am a huge fan of Azone International clothing pieces in the 1/3 scale since 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, and the hair clips were just a cute set I had on hand.Often times a simple satin ribbon is an excellent way to add a bit of charm and simplicity to Hitomi's sweet style Lolita wardrobe.
As you probably know, wigs are an extremely common item in Lolita fashion. Wigs are a must have for BJD type dolls as well! These dolls are originally blank, so a wig is a great way to diversify your doll and make them unique. Hitomi typically has her hair in two brown pigtails. It was only natural to ensure her main wig would feature her trademark look. Since Hitomi is a Lolita, I get the fantastic excuse to purchase multiple hair styles for her! All three of Hitomi's wigs were purchased by me directly from LeekeWorld. All three wigs are of a 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 and the other two wigs ( center, left ) are Maroon. While I want to purchase some more hair style options for Hitomi, she is off to a great start!
Both of the blouses I purchased for Hitomi came from Alice Collection and can be found in the 1/4 scale size. The one on the left is my absolute favorite blouse since the buttons, stitches and lace are accurate and to scale. The other blouse is one I typically only as sleepwear or as the blouse under a Jumper-skirts. The detachable sleeves are extremely convenient for multiple looks, which is why this blouse is a must keep.
Both of these beautiful skirts were handmade by untavain and intended for standard MSD sized dolls. Since I was able to get the measurements before I completed my purchase, I knew both skirts should fit Hitomi's waist perfectly. When the pink skirt arrived, I knew absolutely had to have both colorways and purchased the blue skirt as well. These skirts are extremely well made, well constructed, and completely to scale. The details on both of these skirts are positively precious! I love the various printed sweet treats, pearls, flowers and bows among the pastels colors. The sweet stripes add another detail of charm. The fact that these skirts are to scale makes these two pieces that much cuter! I have to order some custom pieces for Hitomi as well.
One cannot be a proper Lolita without a proper petticoat. Hitomi currently has two petticoats. 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 petticoat is perfect for Hitomi's skirts!
This one-piece is the first dress I purchased for Hitomi. I purchased this dress because, not only because is it white, but due to it's overall Lolita fashion style. Compared to the to scale complexity of an Azone International piece, this dress has elements that are too large and slightly costume-like. Also, this MSD size dress is a bit short for Hitomi but is less obvious when she is sitting or when she is wearing white tights. The length of dress allows her to look like a tall Lolita, which is one of the reasons I find the 50 cm body so darn adorable!
This clothing set by Azone international is one of my favorites! Each piece is incredibly well made, constructed of quality materials and each piece is to a perfect scale. Even the small even stitching, lace, and buttons are completely doll sized! I cannot believe the level of detail in this beautiful and soft clothing set.
Who doesn't love shoes? I have a particular weakness for doll shoes; they are just so tiny and adorable! Since Hitomi has interchangeable feet ( just another reason why I love Obitsu ) she can have high heeled feet or magnetic flats. Both feet sets have different measurements, which means that I have even more shoe options to choose from! The tea party style shoes are from BambiCrony and are positively excellent! The material is of an extremely high quality and resembles actually tea parties that I own. I have to order more in additional colors. The black pair of tea party high heels are a decent quality and a pair I purchased rather inexpensively from eBay. Lastly, Hitomi's Lolita style boots came from, you guessed it, Alice Collections! The boots are extremely well made and the details, particularly the PVC lace, are positively adorable. The best part about these boots is that Hitomi is able to wear them with either feet set attached!
I have some big plans for Hitomi's wardrobe for the incoming year, although admittedly her current wardrobe is impressive. Most of these plans involve a lot of sewing on my part and a few product purchases.
Expansion plans include:
✓ a jumper skirt
✓ a one-piece
✓ a handmade nighty
✓ 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!
This is the account of one young woman and her passion for Lolita Fashion.