How big are these? If I was to put one of these on the back of my hair as a hairpiece and not on top of a ponytail, like...bare hair, would it hold up? Or is it itty bitty? :o
I have my heart set on these.
The latest designer is Alice Temperley, and she has some neat blouses and a pair of overalls that I think could be part of an EGA or boystyle outfit. If you're interested I would go to your nearest Target soon, though, as these lines tend to go fast because fans of the designers apparently stake out the stores. o_O
At our Target, there was only a single M left in the black blouse, which I got :) and not much left in the way of sizes in the other things. I personally found the cotton on the blouse a little thin, and the sizing small (I usually wear a S in shirts and 6-8 in pants and I'm probably an 11 in this size) but for Lolis on a budget, I think they're good finds. :)
Black, long-sleeved pretty ruffled blouse, $24.99 (Kuro-friendly too? Will need a tank under if you plan on wearing alone without a JSK or anything, as the lace is see through on two thin lines down the front)
Black styled overalls, $39.99 (Boystyle friendly?)
Beautiful ruffled grey button blouse, high collar, $29.99
( Collapse )
Hello! Sorry for the short notice again >_< ! But the girls of nova_lolitas would like to extend an invitation for anyone who would like to come, to our Kanzashi Picnic! ^^ We'll be learning how to make kanzashi from vivcore (who used to sell kanzashi on Gaijin Geisha/Cute Salad) and picnicking on the Mall in DC! We hope to see you there!
More details here!
Hi EGL, just a few quick-ish questions.
So, basically, i'm going to Japan next year and intend to do a LOT of loli shopping. I was just wondering... what are people's opinions of Kera Shop Angel in Marui Young, Tokyo? The Tokyo Gothic & Lolita Shopping Guide states that it carries a lot of brands such as Victorian Maiden, Mary Magdalene etc. but judging by the pictures on Marui's website, it's pretty small. So, here's what i'd like to know:
-What brands does it mostly stock?
-Does it carry a lot of VM and MM (They are two of my favourite brands)?
-Is it as small as it looks in the pictures? Or are they just old pictures?
-Is it worth going to individual brand shops for VM and MM? (and, if you would be so kind, where can I do this?)
-Any other opinions of Kera Shop Angel and Marui Young in general
Thanks for your time ^o^
Sep. 22, 2007
Contact: A. Jinnie McManus, Manager - Public Relations,
Pacific Media Association
EGL Fashion Icon Angelic Pretty Makes U.S. Debut at Pacific Media Expo
LOS ANGELES – Angelic Pretty designers Maki and Asuka will appear as Guests of Honor during Pacific Media Expo (PMX), Nov. 9-11. For the first time, American Lolita attendees will be able to purchase items from the famed Gothic Lolita brand in an exclusive Japanese boutique, open only during PMX.
“Fashion trends from Asia are a huge part of Pacific Media Expo. After the huge outpouring of support for Novala Takemoto last year, we wanted to keep the momentum going with additional superstars like Angelic Pretty this year,” said Mike Tatsugawa, PMX Convention Chair. “We're really honored that they have accepted our invitation to participate in this year's event and we know their fans in the U.S. are excited about meeting them and seeing their latest designs.”
The Sweet Lolita fashion designers will discuss their work and reveal an exclusive preview of the new fall line to a limited audience during the Angelic Pretty Fashion Brunch. Fans will also have the opportunity to converse with the Guests of Honor during a panel open to general PMX attendees.
Angelic Pretty is a leading purveyor of Sweet Lolita fashion, which emphasizes Victorian-style dress and aims to convey the look and innocence of ornate porcelain dolls. Maki and Asuka appear at PMX by special arrangement of Cosplay Oneesan.
“By bringing events such as these to America, Cosplay Oneesan hopes to strengthen the foundation between fashion and community, while taking the exposure of Japanese fashion and its enthusiasts abroad to the next level,” said Lynda Leung, Cosplay Oneesan CEO.
About Cosplay Oneesan: Since 2006, Cosplay Oneesan has been involved with creating communities and events for those who support fashion and fashion-centric lifestyles. These communities range from cosplay to mainstream Japanese street fashion. The group is federally recognized as a tax exempt non-profit organization under the category regulation 501c(6).
About Pacific Media Expo: America's first major media trade show dedicated to Asian-Pacific popular culture and entertainment, Pacific Media Expo (PMX) is an industry event sponsored by the Pacific Media Association. Pacific Media Expo will be held Nov. 9-11 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport. The show will feature honored guests, live performances, panel discussions, autograph sessions, Asian cinema and animation video rooms, art exhibitions and one of the country's only exhibit halls dedicated to Asian media and pop culture.
About Pacific Media Association: Pacific Media Association, a not-for-profit company, is dedicated to promoting the Pacific Rim's entertainment and media industries. PMA specializes in Asia's cultural exports, such as anime and manga, music and live entertainment, live-action television and films, and diverse cultural lifestyles, while building creative communities and promoting Asian awareness within the United States. PMA is the parent company of Pacific Media Expo. The Pacific Media Association is located in Los Angeles, California, USA.
For more information about Pacific Media Expo, please visit http://www.PacificMediaExpo.com or e-mail information@PacificMediaExpo.com.
Business inquiries please write to:
Pacific Media Expo
914 Westwood Blvd, Suite 586
Los Angeles, CA 90024-2905
I hope this post is appropriate, I thought it's the best way to say thanks to everyone.
Ankle Strap Mid Wedges (black) $7.99
Tie Flats (pink) $7.99
Saints and Sailors T-Strap Flats (black) $7.99
Saints and Sailors Patent Wedge (black) $7.99
All Clearance Shoes
( Collapse )