I think Decoration Dream by Angelic Pretty has become a new favorite print of mine. I love coordinating it outside of lolita, far more than in it. My look was inspired by Frenchie from The Pink Ladies, and Melanie Martinez’s Pity Party video! With my JSK, I’m wearing my Baby, the Stars Shine Bright headbow,… Continue reading Birthday Cake
I feel like I don’t write a lot of feminist posts on this blog, and feminism is a very crucial part of who I am, and I thought I’d start posting more of my opinions and random thoughts I have on different issues! I’ve been thinking a lot about the infantilization of women recently and… Continue reading Lolita Fashion VS “Sexy Baby”
With this horrific blizzard covering New York in a messy white blanket, I thought I’d break out my favorite print of all time, Guilty Meltin’ Sweets Town, to spread some Halloween cheer! I love all of Alice and the Pirate’s Halloween prints so much, but this one will always reign supreme in my heart! I… Continue reading Halloween Candy🎃🍬🍭🍫
Yesterday was my first day working at my new job! I was so excited, so I had to wear something kind of cutesy and soft, so I went for a nice Bittersweet Lolita look for my first day! I think it’s a great mix of my love of cute things, and my need to wear… Continue reading So Delightfully Bittersweet!
I decided it’s been a very long time since I’ve worn a full lolita coordinate, and I haven’t worn this skirt in the longest time, so I pulled together a coordinate for going out. I call this coordinate Girl at the Fair, it’s very pretty, and kind of youthful with the beret and badge. This is… Continue reading Night Circus!🎪
I’ve done it! I’ve finally worn a “Street Lolita” coordinate out! I was so happy to have my pretty, bouncy skirt with something a little more casual. I call this look, “Hexed Lolita”, because it’s got an overall witchy aesthetic, but has the silhouette of a regular lolita coordinate. The tee shirt was much more… Continue reading 💖Hexed Lolita💖
Most of my friends know me for being a gothic lolita. And I’ve become very comfertable with this, it’s one of the ways I describe myself; “Laurel Hope, the Goth Lolita” is a description I carry with me, and use to identify myself. When I got into lolita, I was about sixteen, and going through… Continue reading Lolita Identity Crisis