Friday, December 31, 2010

New Years Resolutions

Bonjour mes amis

New years is upon us, I do hope that the 2011 has found you in good spirits.

Today I wish you the best and that this year be magnificent for you.

I promise that there will be more updates and maybe come of my own tutorials this coming. I finally got a camera! It was a thoughtful gift from my baby sister.

Well much love and hope you enjoy the next article.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Angelic Pretty San Francisco

Angelic Pretty's grand opening will be this saturday Nov 20 and extends its festivities through sunday for customers who spend 200+, with a tea party. It is so exciting to think that like Baby, AP will be accessible to Lolis in the US. Will San Francisco become a second Lolita Mecca?

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Prints of Autumn

Salut to all, November has come at last, and where I live it has finally showed signs that it is autumn! In the Lolita world fall has shown its colors through many brand prints and themes.

For fun I just wanted to share some of my favorites.

Baby the Stars Shine Bright:
Alice and the Pirates Tarot Card print
As a tarot reader myself, I love the whole concept. I also love the red colorway a rich hue for the fall season.

Queen's Coach
I love the Rocco/Marie Antoinette feel to this print, I can't choose which colorway is my favorite they are all so lovely!

Angelic Pretty:

Little Bear's Cafe
I love this print in the cream and brown colorways for fall. Teddy bears and sweets just sound comfy to me for the chilly weather.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Lolita Palace: Versailles Part Deux

Bonjour mes amis!

In continuation of Lolita Palaces: Versailles, lets begin!

Versailles is built during the time of reason and came into the hand of Louis VXVI and Marie Antoinette toward the end of the Enlightenment Era. The French fashion featured both opulence and organization, just look at the gardens: perfectly manicured and luscious!

I wish we all had palaces to recreate Versailles, but until then lets embellish our current spaces!

Start with color: If you can paint the walls, then run to you nearest paint store and load up on pasteles: blues, pinks, yellows, creams If you like Marie Antoinette al Sophia Coppola candy pastels will suit your fancy! Corals, brighter pinks silver blues you imagination is your palette

For a more true to history feel why not try Wallpaper?

This sample makes me think of Marie's bedchamber walls.

Can't dramatically transform your walls how about a gorgeous canopy bed or damask fabric panels behind your headboard?

Or like this? (click picture of link to tutorial)

Next up the style of the Age of Reason, be back soon!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Lolita Palace: Versailles Part Un

Bonjour mes amis!

This is the first post in the series Lolita Palace and I want to start with the big kahuna of palaces Versailles, yes the home of Queen Marie Antoinette.

Why did I choose Versailles? Simply because it is gorgeous, from the perfectly manicured gardens to the magical hall of mirrors. Versailles is definitely a big contender for Lolita Palace number one most beautiful. Plus its a home fit for a Queen.

Now how can we get such splendor into our homes? This will come in the next article so keep an eye out!

pictures are credited to owner

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Angelic Pretty Heading to the US

Baby started the passage to the US but don't believe that AP would be left behind. Rumors have been buzzing all over the Loli interwebz but it is finally made official by the people of AP in an announcement .

So the basic have been released The new store front will be in San Francisco, Union Square shopping district to be exact. Opening is scheduled in the 1st of Nov 2010.

Keep an eye out for more details!

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Memories and Inspiration

By now you must be wondering what is going on tutorial tuesday. I have had been very busy with life apart from lolita. But I still would like to share with you a cute little clip for those not bother by the occasional stroll down memory lane.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Age is But a Number

Who said that after a certain age, or in this case before a certain age you are cut off from the wonders of the Lolita world?

I say wear what you want when you want....except in certain situation of course. Not everyone needs to be happy with who you are, and chances are someone or other will have a problem with what you do, no matter how hard you try to please them.

But on to a lighter note.

It is obvious that some Lolita was inspired by children. I will not mention any names...
This is partially the reason that we get stopped on the street by doe eyed little girls, who fawn over us and tell us we're beautiful.

So isn't absolutely adorable when a child is dresses to the nines in Lolita?

Frilly Capricious is a blog about a japanese little girl who dresses up in Lolita, especially Angelic Pretty. Her mother is also a Loli. Both come up with wonderful coords

So to those of you who just love to ahhh that so adorable at the ultra kawaii head on over to her blog, it is just so darling.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Bonjour mes amies,

I will have to postpone tutorial tuesday because I couldn't find good tutorials for this week. I haven't acquired a new camera so I can't make my own yet. But I invite you for next week, jsks and OPs will be on the block!

Mean while follow me on Tumblr: Dizzy Bliss

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Budget Lolita: The GO

You probably already heard of a GO, especially if you are member of EGL LJ comm.
If you haven't or have but have no idea what one is, today's article will try to shed some light on this aspect of Lolita shopping.

A GO, group order, is when a group of say 2 or more people get together and order from a site under one person, the GO host/ess.

Usually a GO is meant to lower the cost of shipping* by getting rid of the expense all together since many online shops offer free shipping for orders above a certain amount (say $350 or more).

Now as a participant it is your responsability to tell the hostess what you would like to purchase, and pay her(or him) ahead of time.

You will also give her your address in order to get your items, and this is why a GO is only meant to lower the price of shipping not eliminate it completely (unless its a GO hosted by your local lolita group). The company will send merchandise to only one address. The hostess is responsible to send it out orders received to all participants of the GO.

It can be a simple and pleasant transaction, but something can go wrong. Here are some helpful tips often overlooked in of the excitement.

  • Make sure you trust your hostess, if you can meet her in person, great! but if not check her feedback (check feedback even if you know them in person).
  • Make sure that you sent her the money and have physical evidence that you did. Remember to keep track of receipts and email confirmations.
  • Make sure she has your info correct: from what it is you want to order, to your address sometimes one letter/number difference is all it takes to not getting what you wanted or lose something in the mail.

If you'd like to participate in a GO try the egl_grouporder_comm : you must be a member to participate. Many of the hosted group orders have their own guidelines so make sure you read before you join. Some hostess charge a fee (usually Paypal fees) in addition to the shipping for doing the work.

I'll be posting another article on hosting a GO so keep your eyes out for that for that.

Baby the Stars Shine Bright

If you haven't yet visited BTSSB site then you in for a big surprise.

Baby has finally changed their site's layout and though some still have some getting use to it, I think it is refreshing especially for the start of the September.

So go on and decide for yourself.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tutorial Tuesday

Oh my gosh its time again for another tutorial tuesday and this one will focus on skirts, yes a basic for any Lolita's wardrobe.

Today Evange posted to EGL LJ comm her tutorial for box pleats
I made a pleated skirt a while back and wished this tutorial had been available then. I came out great but it would have been much easier had I been guide.

Next up the simple skirt from LOTR, they have names their version the hobbit skirt, but no worries ladies this pattern is loliable: my suggestion adding a ruffle at the hem, perhaps a some cute lace

Another option for a basic lolita skirt: the flared skirt comes in two options: Pour_me_coffee's LJ tutorial and Desany's tutorial on her youtube channel LolitaCupcakeXD.

Don't know how to add a ruffle well there is a good tutorials that can give you some guidance.
RhodyGunn's tutorial, which comes in 2 parts: part 1 and part 2

What about a ruffle skirt? Murphy offers a layered ruffle tutorial that with a little tweaking can

Back ruffle skirts are also big in Lolita... One of the basics especially for those who love bustles.
Kidcaella answers to many wishing to figure out this skirt.

What's a back ruffle skirt without a cute overskirt? Chiaki_Ayumi's tutorial is sure to please!

Enjoy and happy crafting!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Cont. Tutorial Tuesday

I just wanted to add some inspiration for all your dessert crafting


Have fun and happy crafting!

Tutorial Tuesday

Bonjour mes amis!

Welcome to another Tutorial Tuesday today I would love to show you some sweet tutorials for your dessert accessories.

It is truly surprising how many prints are centered on dessert.
AP's Fruits Parlor , Melty Chocolate and Milky★Planet are just a few. But let me mention some of the other brands too!

To accessorize many turn to... dessert accessories. Cake Hats, truffle rings fashioned from polymer clay or felt. Though some examples look like they just came out of the oven, and appear to just as complicated as rocket science. But low and behold the internet and some very wonderful people have open this world up to us making tutorials so that we too could concoct our own yummy fake desserts.

Ready Set ...GO!

Shiri's youtube channel Gentleman Bunny offers polymer clay tutorials for making fruit canes and cakes and tarts! My favorite and one I will try out soon s her Swedish Princess Cake .

A team effort comes from Eva and Jia through there youtube channel Evalrie, these amazing girls offer many tutorial in felt and even other Lolita accessories.

Other helpful youtuber Angela from Garden of Imagination, makes tutorials that though intended for miniature houses can definitely fit our purpose.

For all my crocheters out there dessert patterns come via Norma Lynn on her website Cake Sachets.

So get to your crafts stations and whip up some delicious treats!

Have fun and Happy Crafting!

Monday, August 9, 2010

Tutorial Tuesday

Bonjour mes amis!

This tuesday I would like to focus on hair accessories and obviously I would like to show a few tutorials on bows.

elizabethzap1 has posted a very helpful video on youtube on how to make cute ribbon bows.

JynDesign's offers a tutorial on making flower corsage hair clips

I've been eyeing Victorian Maiden's and Mary Magdalene's rose corsage hair combs for the longest time but have yet to purchase them for the hefty price tag they tote, so as a true spend thrift I wanted to make them myself and luckily Tian Shi had posted an easy to follow tutorial on the main Lj comm.

Another fun accessory and one I really want to try for this autumn and fall seasons in the mini top hat and the one I found with a few changes (in material)... and a few add ons (rose or ribbons the possibilities are endless) has the perfect shape, comes from Tom Banwell.

finally another great bow tutorial comes from Layer Cake Lie (posted to EGL Lj comm)

This is the first of the hair accessory tutorials I will make another when I find more.

I hope you enjoy and happy crafting!

Tutorial Tuesday

I always have a hard time figuring out what to do with my hair when I decide to get all dolled up in Lolita, I usually revert to a lazy bun(boring and messy!) or my regular straight fringe and two curly buns (a la Princess Leah); which is cute but also boring.

Scouting the internet I came across a Loliable tutorial by Binosusme for the Classical Lolita, it has a very Victorian Maiden, Mary Magdalene vibe to it. It is simple yet elegant and could even go with out a hair accessory.

For the cute Sweet Loli Bubzbeauty's tutorial offers 4 easy and quick hairstyles that incorporated a cute hair clip.

Forthe Gothic Lolita (and the others to) Loepsie teaches us to make no heat curls, for the classic EGL look.

Hope you find these useful. Have fun and happy styling!

Update: Post Schedule

It has occurred to me that perhaps I need to place a post schedule so that I have more consistency with posting. I also want to make monthly or weekly theme post and post series

New theme posts to be debuted are: Quick Look, Tutorial Tuesdays
Quick Look will be posts dealing with the latest released news from the brand blogs

Tutorial Tuesday: I will post either my own tutorials ( you'll have to wait for those just a little longer) or tutorials I found around the web. These tutorials range from hair styles to clothing and accessary. Be back tomorrow for the first Tutorial Tuesday

Post Series: Budget Lolita, Lolita Palaces
Budget Lolita: will deal with how to get more bang for you buck.

Lolita Palaces: for the lifestyle lolita, living surrounded by beauty is a must, this series will give inspiration, tips and tricks to make your home into your Lolita Palace.

So stay tuned for these new developments.

Thank you to all my new followers!

Credit to image owner, no copyright infringement intended.

Victorian Maiden Cape

I want a fall and winter cloak a la Victorian Maiden... Perhaps I can make one myself.
With fine velvet and a soft satiny inning..

Melty Chocolate Release Colors

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Quick Note on Baby the Stars Shine Bright

My does time fly by it is already time to celebrate Baby's San Francisco Boutiques first anniversary, and what a better way to celebrate then by releasing in store lucky backs!

The stores official blog has just announced the lucky packs and their release day.

Man, I wish I was in San Francisco to pick one up.

Follow the link to more info on the rules of purchase.
And Happy Shopping!

Quick Note on Angelic Pretty

Original release advertising

Bonjour mes amis!

I just wanted to make a quick update on a bit of news coming from Angelic Pretty.

They are rereleasing the Melty Chocolate line in new and improved colors

It has been mentioned that this is the first time that AP has rereleased one of their prints, so this i definitely exciting news!

And from what I can tell they have also come up with a new triple color combo
Pink-Mint-Coco, yum!

Happy Shopping!
rereleased coords

Friday, August 6, 2010

The Basics: Lolita Silhouette

Bonjour mes amis!

For the next series of post I will be referencing to the basics of Lolita.

What I mean by the basics is what makes an outfit Lolita.

The Skirt (on skirts, Jumper-skirts (jsk) and dress (op): The quintessential item that can make or break your Lolita coordinate.
Ideally it should be bell shaped but I have seen a-line, trapezoid and circle skirts (though not as common). Something that will flare out and accomodate a petticoat. If you want to truly put this basic on its head you could also try for a pencil skirt a la Victorian Maiden.
But what ever the shape you choose, take note Lolita prides itself on modesty so this should be at knee or just 2 inches above the knee.

Tops: Blouses and cutsews, they are the thing that goes with the skirt or under the jsk. Though there are many options for tops. Not any old thing will work. Traditional a Peter Pan collar blouse or for a sailor inspired look a sailor collar have been the ideal, but brands come up with many variations.

Here are some other varieties:
blouse 1
blouse 2
blouse 3
blouse 4

The camisole styles offer a summer option:
cami 1
cami 2

Then there's the cutsew, a jersey knit top sometimes with cute graphic to boot.
cutsew 1
cutsew 2
cutsew 3
cutsew 4

Socks and Tights: This is your most open item, by that I mean you can go along with brand socks ( super cute but very expensive) or even hit up your local boutiques and novelty stores for options. Usually the kept at knee length or over the knee and thigh high.
If you have an issue with knee high socks or want to cover up a too high skirt (for taller lolitas)

Headwear: everything from a head eating bows to cute cake hats and mini top hats.; and the old school headdress too! Remember to hit up accessory departments in your locals stores.

Undergarments: The petticoat has been suggested as the most important part of your wardrobe, it is the base without it you have no silhouette. Don't fall prey to getting a square dancing petticoat they don't have the right shape! Almost all Lolita brands have options:
There is also the option of making your own, I recommend Sugardale's Tutorial!

Bloomers: remember the part where Lolita was all about modesty well, bloomer help to keep your modesty on windy days or when bending forward.
Like the petticoat, bloomer can also be handmade. There are also tons of tutorials online. This one involves recycling.

Shoes: There are many options but at the same time some are clearly un-loliable.
The Mary-jane style shoe is the most basic of Lolita shoes; and is the base of many brand shoes (cute teaparty shoes). Other options the famous and infamous (Naomi Campbell incident) RHS (Rocking Horse Shoes)

Final Note: All these are suggestions, the Basics are open to interpretation; though mind the bell-shaped or flared skirt and petticoat when looking for items, they are the staples of Lolita fashion.

Have fun and happy shopping!

*image credit to owner.

Budget Lolita: DIY

So you've scouted your local boutiques, Forever 21, HM, even departments stores and still can't find what you're looking for.

Every beginning Lolita has experienced this frustration with the readymade world. So what are you to do?

Make it your self!

But how you ask, well if you know where to begin you have a juicy option to build your wardrobe.

Where to begin? You have lots of resources at your dispense.

Sew_loli Comm in Livejournal: offers but tutorials, and inspiration and also gives you an audience to give constructive critique or to help when your projects get a little out of hand.

EGL Comm Memories : EGL staff have placed the many tutorials submitted into an easy to access page.

These lead to lolita specific tutorials but with a little creativity and knowledge you can use other resources not necessarily meant for Lolita and make a whole new garment

Visit Craftster an online community dedicated to you guess it crafts! There are also some Lolita members who share and post tutorials so you won't be lost.

Threadbanger website and Threadbanger on Youtube: They offer non Lolita tutorials but a Tuxedo Bib tutorial posted by the girls at Burdastyle and Caplet tutorial by Jenn have huge loli potential. Keep you eyes open and you mind wheels rolling to convert their ideas.

Now if you can't find what you got in mind, You could also look up patterns and add some lace and bows and voila JSK or OP. Make sure you have a good idea of what Lolita fashion s before trying this out.

Burdastyle offers patterns (both free!) for simple dress and blouse that with a bit of tinkering can be your next Lolita JSK and blouse.

You could always head down to your local fabric store and purchase one of their patterns.

Here are some of my suggestions:

Vogue's Very Easy Misses' Dress reminds me of the bodice of BTSSB Cherry Ribbon Summer OP; a simple change for a fitted skirt to say a gathered one; Voila you have a cute new BTSSB inspired OP.

Can any one see the similarities between Butterrick Misses' Dress B5351 and Angelic Pretty's Dream Dollhouse JSK?

Yes, you got it.. it's the bodice (with a few more embellishments of course) and if you take that bodice and flare out the skirt portion of this pattern and some lace and a some bows.

Remember with a bit of creativity, basic sewing skills and knowledge of Lolita, you too can come up with your own Lolita wardrobe items.

Have fun with it and happy crafting!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Budget Lolita: Off-Brand

Borrowing a page from EGL's monthly theme I have be wanting write a post focus on Budget Lolita...especially Off-brand.

Now it can be argued that off brand does not neccessarily mean budget...but most of the time one can make up a good portion of one's Lolita wardrobe and general wardrobe by diving into the world of off brand.
So what is offbrand in Lolita terms it means anything that is made or produced by any other company or brand that is not a Lolita Brand ( ie Angelic Pretty, Victorian Maiden, BTSSB, Innocent World et al)
Sometimes it will also add brands that are not Japanese (ie Candy Violet, Megan Maude, Blasphemina's Closet etc etc) but really that issue is a personal call and for me all brands geared to the Lolita are brand weather they are Japanese in origin or not.
So lets begin, shall we?

Most lolis first choice when looking into off brand is.... Forever 21!

The accessories alone are enough of a reason to go and stock up, and from time to time the come up with the most Loliable garments: cardigans, blouses, vest.

Next up HM

HM is an off brand brand that has made its way in to lolita legend when they release a truly Loliable dress

I would suggest scouting out your local HM for blouses and probable jsk options for your coords.

In a final note: for the beginner off brand can be a true hit or miss, to guarantee your off brand excursion produced good results make sure to get the basics of what makes garment lolita and take that info with you as you browse the shelfs and racks at your local boutiques and shops. Happy shopping.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Baby the Stars Shine Bright: San Francisco

All images are taken from online sources. I take no credit for them.

I've returned home after a weekend spent up in San Francisco, getting ready to become an official student of San Francisco State University, if only an online student.

I love San Francisco, having visited this amazing city for the first time about 4 years ago. It was love at first glance. I wanted to tie myself to a light post so they wouldn't take me back home.
A last I resolved that I would have to just come visit until I had an epiphany I could go study university in San Francisco.

Then I found out that BTSSB would be opening a boutique there, more reason to be in love, no?

After complete all the important stuff for school we headed back to the hotel to get ready to walk around the city being the average tourists.

On the road trip up there I was checking updates from their blog and saw that the had official started their summer sale.

I had figured how get to New People from our hotel on foot, double checking so that we wouldn't get lost.

We arrived at New People it was elegantly cute, minimalist in style. BTSSB is on the third floor along with Black Peace Now, Sou Sou, Tokyo Creators Garden, and Nail Art House.

Stepping out from the elevator BTSSB boutique is to the left. It is a lovely boutique with polite staff who greet you as you enter and are available if you have any questions.

I browsed around looking at everything carefully. I wished I had enough money to back up the entire store and take home, unfortunately I am on a tight budget and finally settled for a parasol and tote.

The gentleman who attended me was charming and took extra care to wrap up my items, presenting them to me as if I were a princess.

Leaving the boutique I was star-struck and euphoric. I definitely recommend a visit to San Francisco's Baby the Stars Shine Bright.

I wandered around the other shops. I think I might have converted my sister to Gothic Lolita. She was impressed by Black Peace Now. She'll make a lovely gosurori.

I will be adding some pictures of my outfit, I regret not having pictures of the boutique but photographs were not allowed.

I will try to make up all my promised post soon.

I also send thanks all new subscribers and all subscribers. I hope you enjoy what you find here.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Many would not list Kodona as Lolita, it lacks many elements to establish itself within the fashion. The silhouette which makes any style immediately recognizable as Lolita is missing and the above all ultra feminine quality is also absent. So why is it that it is mentioned at all?
It can be argued that Kodona is not Lolita, it can also be said that it is, because of the following premises: It features the frills and lace, that many sub-styles do; It attempts to recreate the doll look that many of the other sub-styles do; Finally many brands, that cater to Lolita also cater to Kodona.

So what is Kodona? It is the masculine equivalent of Lolita. Using many elements that can be seen in gothic, sweet, or classical styles of Lolita but instead of working in the classic cupcake skirt silhouette they turn to pants or breeches to complete the look.

Brands that cater to Kodona:
  • Alice and the Pirates
  • Innocent World
  • Metamorphoses temp de fille
  • Black Peace Now
  • Putumayo
  • Union Jack

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Classical Lolita

Of the three styles Classical Lolita has the most apparent reference to the Victorian age, and the Rococo era.The Classic Lolita exudes elegance in muted tones and floral fabrics, relaying a more subdued but still Lolita style.The basic silhouette is present in Classical Lolita, but brands have been known to lower the hem or even get rid of the bell shaped skirt in favour of a more lady like pencil skirt a la Victorian Maiden or even use bustle skirt bringing back the late 19th century feel.

Brands that cater to Classical Lolita:

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Sweet Lolita

Probably the most popular and the one most people associate with Lolita. She is the sugary sweet princess that portrays the innocent and colorful side of Loli.
Like her Gothic Loli sister she also has the basic silhouette but she dresses in pastels, cute prints and themes.
Though at the beginning sweet lolita was very similar to today's Classical Lolita , brands like Angelic Pretty, Baby the Stars Shine Bright, and Metamorphoses temps de fille have given its unique personality that is bubbly and whimsical.

Brands that cater to Sweet Lolita:

Gothic Lolita

Perhaps the first to develop with in the fashion scope of Lolita, Gothic Lolita or GosuRori was birthed by the visual kei artists and fans. Mana the most recognizable Gothic Lolita and member of many Visual Kei musical groups among the Malice Mizer, has described the style as elegant coining the name Elegant Gothic Lolita (EGL). Mana is also the owner of his own Lolita brand, Moi-même-moitié, a brand that caters to Gothic Lolita substyle.

So who is the Gothic Lolita?
She hangs in the delicate balance between the sugary sweetness of the Sweet Lolita and the darkness of Western Gothic Styles. Like most of the other Lolita sub-styles, she works with in the silhouette though the gothic Loli employes darker colors and themes. Crosses, bats, coffins and perhaps a few skeletons are mixed in with themes of roses, Gothic iron gates and exquisite lace

Many brands cater specifically to the Gothic Loli

Styles and Future Articles

The fashion genre Lolita encompasses several different styles, each with its unique character and guidelines.
  • Gothic Lolita
  • Sweet Lolita
  • Classical Lolita
  • Kodona

Right now I am planning on making article dedicated to each of the mayor sub-styles with Lolita

I also plan coming up with some interesting tutorials for hair wear.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Updates: Blog, Vlogs and Other Interesting Sites

The Lolita community has grown in last few years and the media has been jumping strides to cater to the new population. Now there are more blogs, vlog and sites that either have a full on lolita theme or have a small post featuring the fashion.

There has also been recent media attention, beside the regular newspaper or newscast, a show called Jessica Simpson's The Price of Beauty recently aired an episode which featured Japan and a little bit of Lolita fashion . Maki and Asuka had about a nano second of air time and sure they lumped it all into the "harajuku girl style". I won't go into a rant about it, but if you haven't seen it you can watch the segment here.

On to the blogs:

Gothic Lolita Sewing and Other Amusements has become one of my followed blogs, written by Ra, it features her adventures in Lolita and gives many tutorials for the sewing inclined Loli.

Ra mentioned to me NMRFXXR ( aka Saku)'s blog I love the photography and the coordinates I love the rocker aesthetic, though dandy/kodona is the main element any Lolita can learn something about creating an elegant ensemble.

For all the rule breakers there is Andrea's blog Screw the Rules, because rules are meant to be broken.

And the Vlogs:

Desany is a building up her channel LolitaCupcakeXD over in youtube land, I especially love her skirt tutorial.

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