Saturday, 19 August 2017

Tokyo 2017: University and Vintage Shopping

Ohoo, long time no see! As I mentioned on my blog's Facebook page a few weeks ago, I didn't want to 'waste' any time on doing things I could also do at home (like blogging) while I was still in Japan. Also I think that making a blog post about every single day of the month would be a bit too much, as a lot of days I didn't do much fashion related stuff and just hung out with the new friends I'd made :).


Monday, 24 July 2017

Tokyo 2017: Harajuku Fashion Walk & Karaoke time!

Hi there again! It took some time, but I'm back now with a another Tokyo blog post :). I am so busy having fun here with all the new people I meet that I don't have too much time to write posts, but I will keep trying!


Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Tokyo 2017: Pompompurin Cafe & dream dress!

Okay, so there was a time that I was a bit worried that I'd have not much to do in Tokyo on my own, for one whole month. Now, the opposite seems to be true. Especially because I literally meet like five new people every day and also keep hanging out with the ones I've met the days before!


Sunday, 16 July 2017

Tokyo 2017: what I'm doing here & mini haul

Welcome back everyone!
This will be the first post of my Tokyo blogging series, writing about all the new experiences and thoughts I have during my stay.


Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Lolita Fashion: Creativity vs Rules

So in my last post I spoke about 'The Rules' of Lolita fashion and divided them into categories. If you haven't read that post yet, please click here!


What I wanted to talk about today is creativity within Lolita Fashion. Personally, I sometimes feel that a lot of coords within this fashion look very similar to each other and there isn't a lot of experimentation going on. Also, often when people actually do come up with something innovative, they are harshly criticized by the (mainly online) community.

Sunday, 28 May 2017

Lolita Fashion: 'The Rules'

Lolita Fashion Rules

Lolita fashion is not just like any other (alternative) fashion style. Most fashion styles have some very basic guide lines that an outfit should follow to belong to them. For example: a 'Goth' outfit should fit the dark and/or spooky aesthetic to fit in the Gothic style (no rainbows and unicorns allowed!).
Most of these guide lines are more about the overall aesthetic of an outfit, than about any specific elements incorporated in it. No set rules are given about things like 'how long your skirt should be' or 'what kind of materials (not) to use'.

Monday, 27 February 2017

Lolitas I find super inspirational


Hmm, so I actually missed out on this Lolita Blog Carnival, but I really couldn't resist bringing an ode to my favourite and most inspirational lolitas anyway <3. 

Thursday, 23 February 2017

Blog goals for 2017 + some random pics

So, as you've probably noticed, I haven't been posting very actively on my blog yet. To be honest I am just quite busy right now (last year of high school, exams, EXAMS!..) and I haven't been really all that sure on what direction I want to take with this blog either. However, there are some things that I am planning on posting in the (near) future and I feel like it'd be a good thing to share that with you in this post!

Also, I will include some of my most favourite pictures from the last few months in here, so you have something to look at, too ;)

Frankfurt 2017

Monday, 2 January 2017

Haenuli review part 2: Long story (quite) short!



So as some of you may already know, I wasn't completely satisfied with my Haenuli order last time.
The dress didn't came out as it was supposed to be according to the stock photos and, especially since this is one of my dream dresses, I really wanted to do something about this. (I didn't want to get full refund because I still loved the design, it was just different)