Now that my big January/February project is over, and March is in full swing, I want to try and blog more often! What is more perfect an opportunity than a Lolita Blog Carnival topic?
- I love how vibrantly diverse my wardrobe is. That's the number one comment I get from anyone who sees my wardrobe: "You have so many styles!" This does make it harder for me to feel like my closet is complete because I have so many styles I want to develop and fill out, but it does make me feel satisfied that I can pick something out for every occasion! I have gothic pieces, formal classic, casual classic/otome, country, and a full range of sweet pieces from 2008-era sugary Angelic Pretty to old school Baby the Stars Shine Bright to more mature sweet-classic such as Lief and Innocent World~
- I love how versatile I have made my wardrobe. It most certainly wasn't like this when I first started, but now I am comfortable in how I can pick any piece and find half a dozen ways to coordinate it. It's taken years of practice and collecting to find~
- I love how my clothes are organized. Yes, I realize this has 100% to do with me and less to do with my wardrobe itself ... But one thing I learned from working at UNIQLO is color/pattern gradient. A good tip to making corners seem brighter and more visually appealing: bring lighter colors near the top/corner~
- I love how much I love my wardrobe. It is so hard for me to find things to sell because I cherish every piece I have. Sometimes I make bad purchases that I end up desperately trying to sell (currently I have about six pieces hanging on my window and listed on Lacemarket)