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.
This is part of a series on Traveling in Lolita during the fall season. For Day 1, the emphasis was on comfort. This was what I would be flying in, so I wanted a coordinate that would be easy to move around in.
Here is the start of another mini-series of posts on this blog! I'll be writing about my recent quick trip to Tokyo and Osaka. The posts are written from the perspective of someone who lives in 32°C weather, so I will be putting much more emphasis on layering and packing for bear than someone from temperate climates.
After Lace Up! in October, we decided to have regular planning sessions to distribute the workload and ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible. Rallying the troops, Monique suggested Amor Bakery in Katipunan for the meetup. Upon seeing the pictures, several of us piped up, 'we have to make it a themed meet!' and one… Continue reading Comm meet: All them Witches
Part of a series of coordinates inspired by the Harry Potter fandom. Today's post features Hufflepuff House.
Gobelin, aka the tapestry fabric. I knew that I would be wearing the floral vest on Sunday. Then I had the idea of wearing the vest on Saturday as well. This sounds good in theory, but then the weather forecast predicted rain for that weekend, making my life a bit more complicated.
Putting your best foot forward begins with proper legwear. Matching colors is just the beginning of the adventure - different styles of shoes and hosiery will make a major difference in the overall look, and so it is important that everything comes together.
October is our comm's anniversary month, and this year we decided to try a larger event, with a program and things instead of just eating like we usually do. Since we had fallen out of making large meets, we decided to set a more 'general' theme, and allowed other j-fash. Our rules were more reminders… Continue reading Comm meet: Lace Up! PGLC 8th anniversary