Wa, the dread beast of lolita. This is a relatively new substyle so there is ample room for experimentation. This post will briefly cover each approach to the style, listing known brands/sources and some pros and cons.
That is not a typo. This post is the first in a new series on this blog, where I will feature one main piece with various blouses, to show how the overall look can change dramatically by replacing just one item, or wearing it a little differently. Just as there is the One Ring, and… Continue reading The One Tue Blouse: Rococo Story
I've never been able to outgrow my love of fantasy. And so as a fan, I wanted to celebrate Harry’s birthday (and the 20th anniversary of the series) with a coordinate.
Today's is the last post in the basic series - introducing elements of Wa into an ordinary coordinate via accessories.
Rounding off the posts on the basics of Wa, is the by-way-of-yukata.
I wear a variety of styles, and I've done one or two odd things to 'make' a coord work. Even so, there are some things that just would not fit into my wardrobe, which I'll be discussing in this post.
So far I've covered the major methods of attacking the beast that is Wa- by brand, by haori, and by kimono. However, what actually holds all of it together? What goes into the making of one of my 'normal' Wa coordinates?
This week's Wa post is a major level up in difficulty - wa via kimono.