Lolita goes through cycles over time; the big three styles (Gothic, Classic, and Sweet) all had their eras of peak popularity. Fans of old-school treasure their pieces from the early 2000's. But every fashion has its trends, and lolita is no exception to that. Trend you really Loved Art-lolita is a term that appeared in… Continue reading Lolita Blog Carnival : Name 1 Trend You Really Love(d) & 1 You Don’t Really Care For
Lolita fashion, for all its limitations, has a dizzying variety of styles and themes. While I believe that rules are meant as 'guidelines' more than actual rules, there is a reason why we have the saying, 'you need to walk before you can run' - and there are some things I wish I had been told, as a beginner.
Since this is a post covering negative aspects of the fashion, I decided to add an element of fun to my section titles. Monkey business The Philippines tends to favor practicality in fashion, followed by current trends influenced by television stars. Literally anything outside of the jeans and shirt combo or shorts can and does… Continue reading Lolita Blog Carnival: 5 difficult things to deal with in lolita
Given the breadth and scope of lolita fashion, it is natural for people to develop a preference for certain styles; perhaps it is much easier for you to dress in one style than another, or there are certain items that appear again and again in your outfits. Today's LBC post covers my personal favorites over… Continue reading Lolita Blog Carnival : Your Top 5 Favorite things that have come out of the fashion
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.
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.