There is a lot of unrest in America today concerning race. This kawaii collaboration features some of your favorite Lolitas who happen to be Black. In these videos we share our experiences as a Black person wearing lolita fashion. I share some of my interaction when I first entered lolita fashion and how much the community has changed ♡
Last but not least, I used two items I never wear instead of one! Now don't get me wrong, I adore both of these items but was looking for a great chance to use them. For this challenge, I used my plastic Baby, the Stars Shine Bright headband and my all pink wristcuffs from MeLikesTea.
My short hair is perfect for my plastic headband. In the past, my wigs caused this piece to become overshadowed. My everyday look really showcases the gorgeous details.
I have a weakness for bracelets and tend to neglect my wristcuffs. This time, I wore both! These particular wristcuffs are so comfortable and delicate! The pink shade is to die for, too.
How did you celebrate this International Lolita Day? I'd love to read your answers!
Chocolate Coty-chan Sweets Wonderland is a dress I have been lucky enough to own for awhile! This dress by Maxicimam has everything a Sweet Lolita would love. Candies, gingerbread houses, doughnuts, rainbows, balloons, and BEARS! Here is an updated coordinate with a few changes.
I loved changing out my hair accessory to some fluffy bear ears! The long-sleeved blouse felt more balanced than the short-sleeve one. The sweater added a great pop of pink. I really like that I could wear my recent Polly Pocket purse and add some lavender to the coordinate. I opted for a larger sweet necklace and an additional brooch. The white and pink ribbon OTKs helped continue the same color scheme from the tops and hair accessory. I loved pairing this look with my pink cute shoes!
It's always fun to have a new take on a classic! Have you done a coordinate redo? I'd love to know!
I love Melty Cream Doughnut!
Melty Cream Doughnut is my first dream dress and brand piece! I always enjoy coming up with new ways to coordinate it. This post is an update of my Signature Look! Let's see how much it changed.
I am always on the lookout for cute accessories. With the recent limitations to global shopping due to the outbreak, I can't help but miss adding new items to my lolita wardrobe. The essential packages that arrive at my doorstep got my thinking. What if there was a lolita fashion subscription box?
With people domestic and abroad falling ill to COVI-19, the news is overwhelming. Americans are advised to practice social distancing. Angelic Pretty and Baby, the Stars Shine Bright in San Francisco have temporarily closed their doors. Lolita communities have canceled live events for now. With so much uncertainty, here are my tips on how to love lolita fashion during the coronavirus pandemic!
It's no secret that I am a plus size lolita. I have been plus size my entire lolita life. Things have changed a lot from when I first discovered the fashion and for the better! There are so many indie brands that offer custom sizing, and even lolita name brands that have started to be more size inclusive, wow! There are some dresses and skirts that I love that I cannot hope to wear...or can I?
This is the account of one woman and her passion for lolita Fashion.