Hello, everyone! I am writing this in response to a YouTube video by the user Branther. Although I agreed with a good portion of her points, I am putting this post in a little bit of a different angle.
Amy Crabtree calls her business Cakes With Faces because she enjoys putting cute smiley faces on illustrations of cupcakes. Her simple but colorful designs have become popular and ship worldwide. Her designs have been features online in The Guardian and in entertainment magazines like the UK Movies, Magazines, Manga, and More. A four panel comic… Continue reading Cakes With Faces
I made a video which will be out on my YouTube channel in the future about tips for people who are getting into the fashion. The video included three tips, but I thought about a few more after filming the video.
Outside of Harajuku, people have an image of groups of people who wear colorful clothing. Blobs of them. In crowds. They wear a plethora of colorful hairclips. Tutus. Elegant dresses with tea party shoes and poofy skirts. On the internet, people film video vlogs (vlogs for short), on the internet and make the fashion seem… Continue reading Is Alternative J-fashion Dying?: Closure of Fruits
Hello! Every January, people in the Lolita community post their wardrobes. I am…a little late to the party. ^_^; This is my very first wardrobe post! Because I am a full-time college student (my professors currently own my soul), and took these pictures in bits and pieces over the course of several days, the lighting… Continue reading Chocola’s Wardrobe: Early 2017
Around twenty thousand nerds swarmed the Gaylord Convention Center at Oxford, Maryland. Some, like myself, traveled far to get to the convention center, which is well known for its (in)famous gazebo. The gazebo is popular among convention attendees and photographers and even has a twitter handle. With the gazebo aside, the convention did have some drawbacks.… Continue reading Thoughts on Katsucon 2017
Originally posted on my old blog, Jfashionandtech Misako Aoki, a Kawaii Ambassador from Japan and model. Image via nikkeivoice.ca. What exactly is a ‘Kawaii Ambassador?’ Kawaii (かわいい) means ‘cute’ in Japanese. Kawaii Ambassadors are appointed by the Japanese government and spread culture through cuteness. Kawaii Ambassadors mingle cuteness and culture into one. By doing so,… Continue reading What Does a Kawaii Ambassador Do?