April 27, 2017

Angelic Pretty Fancy Box JSK dreamdress!



I loved this print for very long time, with the cute bears and rabbits, in the blue variant. Wonderfully blue, unlike any blue I had seen before. Deeper blue than the azure sky, yet lighted than navy. I knew the distinct shade of blue will be hard to match with anything else, but still I was on the hunt for the dress since last May.

 
I wanted to get the Shoulder Frill cut, with cute blue heart cutouts along the lower hem and frilled shoulder straps, but when I saw the JSK for sale for a good price I was unable to resist! Of course I had to try the dress out as soon as it arrived.


Blouse: Bodyline                                          
Shoes:An*Tai*Na                                         
Petticoat: Bunny House                                
Accessories: TaoBao, offbrand                      

The print is ever as wonderful as I imagined. The dress is adorned with high quality lace and little pink bows! Oh, and it has two pockets! Pockets! =^.^= The plushy animals are cute, and white, pink, sax, even lavender and red shades are included, which should make it easy to coord.




Since I wasn't able to get a matching headbow, I'll still keep looking for it. I think also a cute fluffy bear ears could be nice to match the plushy animals on the print!

April 23, 2017

Inspirations: Milkyfawn


Milkyfawn


Blog                http://milkyfawn.blogspot.cz/

Instagram        http://instagram.com/milkyfawn

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Milkyfawn alias Alanah May from Sydney, likes sweets, chocolate, and Rilakkuma. Her outfits scheme was mostly pink, brown and beige. She had a bit of a hoarding problem with lolita but managed to solve it by selling half her wardrobe. She hurriedly left lolita at the end of 2014 (aged 22) to instead pursue otome fashion. 


I love her style and her blog in general. I think she's everything a lolita could aspire to be. My friend Yuki was lucky enough to know Milkyfawn when she was still a lolita and made an interview with her!


She blogged about events, holiday, unboxing, purchases, meets, food, her youtube video links. Just your average lot, but she is such a darling and has such a distinct style! My favorite blog posts of hers are her room tour, wardrobe post from 2014, her makeup and skincare, 30 day lolita challenge and people who inspire her lolita style! She also did a magazine interview, compared Sheep garden real to replica dress and wrote a guide on how to order from Angelic Pretty using Tenso :) I also loved her Scavenger hunt ideas!


Milkyfawn also starred in a couple of Deerstalker Picture videos. They did really funny The Secret Life of Lolita - part 1, part 2, part 3 and Bloopers, Mean Lolitas (and its behind the scenes). Milkyfawn taped her AP Melty Ribbon Chocolate unboxing and AP Loyal Rosette unboxing, told us how to pose in lolita and made a circle lens tutorial. She brought us to her room, played Cards Against Lolitas, and addressed her hoarding problems.

I really miss reading her blog. Do you?

April 11, 2017

2013-06 Meetup at city carnival in Pilsen

The Pilsen lolita fashion community set up a meetup at the city's carnival fair. It was just two hours of travel away so I joined in! The carnival happened on the main square of the city with Cathedral of St. Bartolomeus.of the photos.




My journey started while it was still chilly, I opted for a warmer outfit and  removed layers as it got hotter. I didn't want to risk any brand in the crowds equipped by lemonade cups and cotton candy, so I pulled out my replica of Milky Planet.



Dress: Dream of Lolita
Bolero: Bodyline         
OTKs: Metamorphose 
Shoes: Bodyline           



People in masks walked between the public, and there were stands with goods, a lot of food and drink stands, and activities for children. The sun was mercilessly hot though and I was so very glad I carry a parasol on regular basis!



When the temperature went above 30C, I gave up on the OTKs and created my probably most cringeworthy outfit ever with socks and spare bulky cotton wristcuffs. Ouch. Although it was likely my worst outfit ever, the last photo was still the best moment of the whole festival. I was so happy to come across someone in costume of Geralt from Rivia, a hero from fantasy book serie Wiedzmin (Witcher) by polish author Sapkowski! =^.^=

April 5, 2017

Innocent World's Bouquet Doll OP

Innocent World's Bouquet Doll OP in beige x black is certainly very classical piece and not at all a sweet lolita substyle. Although the dress is cotton, the removable princess sleeves are from a chiffon-like, wrinkle free material. All the lace is soft and high quality Innocent World is famous for.
 




OTKs: TaoBao                                           
Shoes: Bodyline                                         



Detail on the princess sleeves. In the end I decided not to use the wristcuffs
or pearl bracelets, as they looked so out of place with princess sleeves.