Hi everyone! Today I will be showing you a few of my favourite accessories that I have been wearing a lot recently. But first I’d like to hear from all of you: what is your favourite ‘kawaii’ accessory? You can email me information and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org! I will then talk about all the emails I receive in a future post.
The left picture shows the rings I love the most in my ring collection at the moment. The mint macaron ring is from Saya Cafe, and the cake slice and bow biscuit ring are from Super Cute Kawaii Shop that I talked about in my last post. I love these ones in particular because they coordinate well into my wardrobe and they are all just so adorable! I also frequently wear my Le Tigre necklace from Roxie Sweetheart. It really adds colour to my outfits and I like the way the chain is attached to the little heart shaped ears. So cute!
The next two I like because they fit well into a lot of my Japanese street fashion outfits but I didn’t need to go far at all to buy them! The hairtie on the left is from Accessorize (I have it in pink as well as white), and the bow clip is actually from the kid’s section in Matalan. I can clip the bow anywhere, in my hair, on to other bows, on to my shoes etc. to give a cute look.
Friday Fashionista coming this week plus many more posts to come. Anything you’d like to suggest for a post? You can email me your suggestions to email@example.com. Thanks for reading! Bye bye ~ ☆ﾐ(o*･ω･)ﾉ
Item number one I’m reviewing is a lovely ice cream hair clip from the company ‘Now, Voyager’. With an extensive range of very pretty handmade hair accessories, it is the perfect place to go for something to complete your Lolita outfit. With everything from brightly coloured cakes, perfect for sweet, to little straw hats and floral clips for your classic coordination, it’s no wonder that when they contributed items to the Lolita Fashion show at July’s HYPER JAPAN the accessories went down a hit! As well as creating hair pieces inspired by Harajuku teens they also have a range of items based on the 40s/50s revival scene.
Above, pictures of the Lolita fashion show, taken by Saoirse Clohessy.
My first thoughts on the clip were that it was certainly very adorable, and the way the red beads were sewn in as well really gave the clip that special touch. It is all hand knitted to a very high standard, and I love all the colours used. Most importantly, it seems extremely sturdy and easy to wear. Being a person who prefers to use my natural hair in fashion I was worried that maybe it was designed for the thick wigs that are very popular in cute fashion at the moment. However I was surprised, it stayed on without me having to adjust it at all. So there’s plenty of time to focus on other aspects of your outfit!
Left: dress I matched the clip with, Right: picture of the clip
If after reading this you want to add something a little extra to your outfit, you can check out their online shop here http://www.now-voyager.co.uk or catch them at the next HYPER JAPAN in February!Bye bye ~ ☆ﾐ(o*･ω･)ﾉ
Welcome to the official blog of HYPER JAPAN's Kawaii Star of the Year, Scarlett!
This is where you can find out all about Scarlett, what she loves, and what she thinks you will love. Scarlett was voted Kawaii Star of the Year at HYPER JAPAN 2011 in July 2011, and now she is our ambassador of everything cute! Find out more on the HYPER JAPAN website and at the next HYPER JAPAN will be held in Earls Court, London on 25-27 July 2014.