Sunday, July 17, 2016

Super Fashionable Weekend!

The time til Champagne Pop's Super Gyaru Weekend is fast approaching! 

Anime Midwest was just last weekend, marking the time left that participants and planners have for the Super Gyaru weekend and the upcoming Harajuku Fashion Walk. 

Currently rererelearning the Night of Fire para para to perform sometime on Saturday. It was pretty cool to practice together with Sandra and Eteria. I think I may have caught parapara fever again.... oh noes! 

Everyone is finalizing their outfits and hairstyles and I am still contemplating what I can throw together, Should I pile on the accessories, or go minimal?  Bold hair colour, or a natural colour? So many options, so little time!!!!!! 

Can't wait to meet new gals, lolita lovers, and other alternative fashion enthusiasts at the Harajuku Fashion Walk!

Friday, June 17, 2016

Clothes Sale!

I am cleaning out my wardrobe again, and making room for new things.

I have some gyaru brand here and there. Though I loved the aesthetic of my old gyaru centrique days, my style has changed up a bit again!

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banba rokku gladnews style
Glaf News top 20$
dolly+ grey
Golds Infinity pale yellow top

Golds tag

gyaru clothes for sale
Golds Infinity pale yellow dress with black lace

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Party All Night

This weekend was jampacked with events and parties.

I started off the weekend at a yacht party, chatting and meeting new people and getting to know a few I met at a previous event. It rained quite a bit on Friday but it did not stop the wonderful time riding past the gorgeous buildings that were lined up by the river and added a touch of the dramatique to the fashion show.

There were also Dior models showcasing beautiful designs that piqued my interest (you can catch a snippet on my IG) .

After the yacht party, Cartoon's party and I made our way to Parliament, then Time for the amazing after party in River North. 🍸

Saturday Night Live

I got to play and experience indie games Woman Made Gallery hosted by Keisha of Sugar Gamers. The merging of an art space with indie games and tech themed art was a perfect combination.

Until next time!