Chemisier du nuage
In black and ecru 25,200 円
An outfit I wore to go shopping with friends and meet some German lolitas who were on holiday in our little country <3 It was a great day. My tights have a lace pattern, but you’re unable to see that in this picture ;)
PMX Day 3
We checked out the boutiques and chatted with the gentleman from Clockwork Couture. Why yes, that was Felicia Day on the giant banner. Saw a Merida cosplayer so I had to ask for a photo. Then it was time for the fashion show. My camera couldn’t handle the stage lighting so I didn’t take a lot of photos. Shown are Alice and the Pirates, Baby the Stars Shine Bright, and Juliette et Justine. I got goosebumps during the Juliette et Justine part of the show. She showed her new collection and every single outfit was stunning!
After attending the fashion show, we went to the boutique one last time and got a close up look at some of the upcoming dresses shown on the runway. I got tempted again by a skirt but I decided to wait for the new collection. There’s too many dresses I want from it!
We thanked Mari Nakamura for coming and got one last photo with her. She really appreciates seeing her fans wearing her designs. Ms. Nakamura always takes a moment to complement them on their outfit. She asked us which dress was our favorite from the show and I told her mine was definitely the first gown with the Marie Antoinette painting on the front. I’m pretty sure it was a show piece and will be simplified for release. I also loved the last one with the intricate lace on the hem (Edit: Robe de Celadon). My friends looked so lovely in their outfits and when Ms. Nakamura saw one of them was wearing the La Bibliothèque OP, she rushed to her bag and pulled out hers so they could twin for the photo!
The PMX Fashion organizers worked really hard to make the event a great experience for the attendees. I look forward to going back and if they see this, thank you so much!
JSK: Juliette et Justine Dame et Courant Robe
blouse: Innocent World
beret: The Snow Field
shoes: Jeffery Campbell
"The voice ordered him to turn round and look at the glass coffin which was standing opposite. How his admiration increased when he saw therein a maiden of the greatest beauty. She lay as if asleep, and was wrapped in her long fair hair as in a precious mantle. Her eyes were closely shut, but the brightness of her complexion and a ribbon which her breathing moved to and fro left no doubt that she was alive. The tailor was looking at the beauty with beating heart, when she suddenly opened her eyes, and started up at the sight of him with a shock of joy.
'Divine providence,' cried she, 'my deliverance is at hand. Quick, quick, help me out of my prison. If you push back the bolt of this glass coffin, then I shall be free.'”
— excerpt from “The Glass Coffin” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
coatdress, dress: Juliette et Justine
shoes: Poetic Licence
rose bow: Victorian Maiden
jeweled brooches: vintage
rosary: Moss Märchen
scepter, globus cruciger, both rosettes: handmade