Friday, May 15, 2015

LBC: Create A Floral Themed Coordinate

Recently I joined the lolita blog carnival, a lolita blogging group that picks a weekly theme or challenge for its members to blog about. I am very excited to be a member and hope to gain inspiration and ideas for updating this blog more frequently than I currently do.

This week the theme for the LBC was to create a floral themed coordinate. I picked my new bodyline love jewelry skirt as the main piece because it's the only floral piece I have. The print in the skirt depicts images of pearls, jewelry boxes, and roses.

 I started off by making some quick adjustments to my skirt in order to enhance the floral theme. I added some pink flowers in two different shades to the waistband. This skirt is currently the only red thing I have in my wardrobe, aside from some very small accessories, so I was unsure of what to coordinate it with in the beginning. I decided to use cream, pinks, and berry colors to blend with the colors in the skirt.

I accessorized with as many floral things as I could. I even painted my nails red to match.

Here's the outfit rundown:

Beret - A gift from my best friend
Wig - Lockshop's Starlet
Blouse - Bodyline
Skirt - Bodyline
Tights - Hue
Socks - Forever 21
Shoes - Bodyline
 Accessories - Angelic Pretty, Baby the Stars Shine Bright, Kate Spade, and Vintage

Despite this being the only floral piece in my lolita wardrobe, I have a lot of floral skirts and dresses that I wear in my daily style. One of things that attracted me to lolita so much was the uniqueness of the different prints and themes. The floral pieces never seemed as exciting to me because I wear them so much on a daily basis, haha. My current obsession with prints right now is sky motifs. What do you think of floral patterns in lolita? What are your favorite themes in prints? Let me know!

Check out these other blogs that are also participating in the LBC theme this week:


  1. I just want to say that I absolutely adore your style. I just stumbled upon your blog, and you are such a unique lolita: a true inspiration.

    1. Thank you so much! It means a lot to me that people enjoy my style and my blog.