Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Summer Tales Boutique’s Christmas Cute Shopday

On Sunday the 21st of December I went to visit the Summer Tales Boutique with my mom! Katie had organised a special day for the Dutch Lolitas to come visit the store to meet up and maybe buy some last Christmas presents. Initially I wasn’t sure whether I could go, but it was my mom who suggested to drive there together! So on the morning of the 21st, we got in the car and drove to the shop, which was very nice. ^^
For this occasion, I wanted to wear Lolita but not a too elaborate outfit. So I decided to wear a dress I had never worn before, Angelic Pretty’s Melody Toys, but in a fairly casual coordination. I also wanted to wear one of my Summer Tales Boutique items, so I decided to wear my bear hat. Melody Toys has bears on it, so I put as much bears into my outfit as I could, haha! Here is my outfit, I hope you like it:

Melody Bears One
♫ Melody Bears ♫
My outfit rundown:
Bear hat: Summer Tales Boutique
Cardigan: Primark
Jsk: Angelic Pretty’s Melody Toys
Tights: Primark
Shoes: Bodyline
Bear clips: offbrand
Ring: Angelic Pretty
Pochette: Angelic Pretty
Vest: Primark

Melody Bears Two

Melody Bears Three

Melody Bears Four

Melody Bears Five

I borrowed my mom’s pink vest (or whatever the appropriate term is in English ^^’), which matched my outfit surprisingly well! I also discovered that day that the bear pochette I have won at the Angelic Pretty Tea Party in Paris is actually the bear from the Melody Toys print! I had never noticed before!
My mom and I were the first to arrive, even though we weren’t super early. But it did give us the opportunity to talk with Katie and her boyfriend and explore the shop before everyone else.

Summer Tales Boutique
The small, but always cosy-looking Summer Tales Boutique.

Since a short while Katie’s shop also carries their first Japanese Lolita brand: Innocent World. Katie was wearing the bordeaux version of Antique Cutlery herself, which looked really pretty, but I totally fell in love with the sax version of the ‘A Maiden’s Prayer on a Starry Sky’, which was on display. What a beautiful dress!

On Diaplay
Summer Tales Boutique’s ‘Macaron Dream’ and Innocent World’s ‘A Maiden’s Prayer
on a Starry Sky’.

Ah yes, that dress… So pretty! It has music notes on it and I have a soft spot for prints with music notes. :3 But well, I couldn’t afford a purchase that big unfortunately. Oh well…
Katie had posted a picture of one of her new hair accessories the day before on Facebook. It was a hair band with pink flowers, a butterfly and a feather and I immediately loved it! Unfortunately, another Lolita liked it a lot too and asked if she could reserve it to pick it up on the shopping day. Oh well.

Fowers and Feather
The beautiful pink hair piece.

I don’t know why I did it, but I asked Katie whether that particular hair piece was the one she had posted on Facebook and she said she had made two of them! I was quite happy about it but it didn’t matter anyway, because I ended up not buying it. But can you believe it!? Somewhere during the day while I was somewhere off, my mom secretly bought it for me as a Christmas present! My sweet mom. ♥
We went upstairs for some tea or coffee and sweets. The cookies and chocolates served were so good! *_*

Cookies and Sweets
Sweets. ♡

Meanwhile, more people were arriving and we talked for a while. Eventually, I went downstairs again to take some pictures of people. ^^ Unfortunately, I didn’t get to photograph everyone, but well, I tried~! Yay for outfit pictures!

Outfits One
Outfit pictures. ❈

Outfits Two
Outfit pictures. ❅

Outfits Three
Outfit pictures. ❇

Many lovely outfits as usual as you can see. ^^ Because there was no tea party and there was no theme, everyone came in whatever they felt like, which was nice for a change. I also tried to take detail shots again and some came out quite nicely if I may say so myself.

Details. They can really make an outfit complete.

The rest of the day I spent browsing the shop, talking, taking pictures and trying to persuade one of my fellow Lolitas to buy that amazing Innocent World cutlery dress. When the group of guests went upstairs to participate in a fimo clay workshop, my mom and I decided to go home. Katie gave us a cute Christmas decoration to commemorate the day.

I chose a star, my mom a moose. ^^

My mom and I left and enjoyed the ride home. It had been a very fun day. ^^ I hope to wear the flower hair piece soon, it’s so pretty! ♥

Wow, my very last post of the year! Usually I make a special New Year’s post, but this time I won’t (sorry…). I hope you enjoyed Lolita Wonderland in 2014 and that you will continue to enjoy it in 2015! *o* Thank you so much for your support!

Love, xxx

Friday, December 26, 2014

Merry Christmas To You All!

My dear readers, I wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I hope you had a wonderful day! I might seem a day late, but in my country we celebrate two days of Christmas,
so technically I am not late after all!
I hope you received lots of presents and spent some lovely time with your loved ones!
And also: thank you for always sticking by my side. ♥

Bisous, xxx

~ ❄ ❄ ❄ ❄ ❄ ❄ ❄ ~

Sunday, December 21, 2014

A Lolita Fairytale

On Sunday the 14th of December I celebrated my birthday with a special Lolita party! You might remember my Parisian-themed birthday party from last year, which was a lot of fun. ^^ Initially I wasn’t really planning on throwing another party again this year, but finally I decided to do so after all. For my previous party I had chosen a theme based on the dress I wanted to wear: Promenade de Paris. This time I didn’t have a specific dress in mind, but actually a pair of shoes! When I was shopping with my mom at Primark I walked into the most gorgeous high-heeled silver glitter shoes I had ever seen and I couldn’t leave them behind! I had wanted to have glitter shoes for a long time and these were just too amazing. They were very high-heeled though, but I decided I would conquer them anyway!
Finally, I decided to make a Snow Queen inspired outfit with white, blue and silver. So the theme of my party became: fairytales! It is a broad theme that leaves lots of room for interpretation, which I liked a lot. ^^

Snow Queen Outfit
My outfit laid out on the bed.

Last year, I started preparing for my party two weeks in advance, but this time I felt like I didn’t have enough time at all! Although I did start buying decorations quite well beforehand, the actual party preparations were done only two days in advance! I was so stressed, haha!
Initially I had wanted to decorate the house in blue and white to match my outfit again, but I found such wonderful pink and mint decorations that I decided to use that instead and use glittery snowflakes to keep the theme of my outfit a bit.
Together with my mom and dad I refurnished the entire living room (I am not kidding). We had borrowed an extra table and benches to create a lovely tea party-like seating. We moved the tables about three times to get it right, so much work! XD But it was worth it in the end. I decorated the tables with roses, candleholders, snowflakes and glitter. I had bought white, snowflake-like garland and a pink, heart-shaped garland that I decorated with small snowflakes as well. It was so fairytale-like!

Pink Decorations
The tea party table, all decorated.

The cabinet that usually holds our dvds and cds got transformed into a ‘fairytale cabinet’, where I placed several fairytale items with little signs. Sleeping Beauty was also kind enough to lend me her favourite dress to put on my mannequin. :3

Fairytale Items
The fairytale cabinet, holding items of the Little Mermaid, Red Riding Hood, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, the Red Shoes, Cinderella and Snow White.

On our porch, we hung flower garlands to create a pretty picture background.
For food I had designed the most lovely Lolita cake: round, two layers, bows and roses and had it made at the same cake shop I had ordered my cake from last year. When we picked it up, I squealed: it was so pretty! The rest of the party food consisted of cookies, crisps, salty sticks, chocolates and star-shaped sandwiches (yes, really!).
For every guest I had bought a little silver wand with their name attached to it that I put on every plate. This way, I made my own table setting while giving each guest a small souvenir in memory of the party. ^^ I myself also carried a larger silver wand that looked a lot like the smaller wands. A bit like a master wand, haha!

Fairytale Decorations
Some detail shots of the decorations. Do you like it? ♥

Finally, the day of the party came! I was quite happy about my outfit: I had borrowed a beautiful white lace bolero from my mom that I wore underneath my dress instead of over it, which looked really nice! But I was also a bit stressed: I always prepare outfits beforehand from head to toe, even if it’s just one day in advance. But this time, I had been so busy I hadn’t had time to think of my hair and head piece at all! Luckily, the general idea I had formed in my head worked out wonderfully, resulting into a wonderful wintery headpiece of a head bow, snowflake and white flowers. I loved it a lot!
So this was my outfit for my party, I hope you like it:

Snow Queen One
❄ Snow Queen ❄
My outfit rundown:
Head bow: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright’s Dreaming Sherbet
Flowers and snowflake: offbrand
Bolero: offbrand
Jsk: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright’s Dreaming Sherbet
Tights: Summer Tales Boutique
Socks: Swimmer
Shoes: Primark
Earrings: Six
Necklace: Six
Bracelets: Claire’s and Primark
Rings: Accessorize and offbrand
Wand: Hema

Snow Queen Two

Snow Queen Three

Snow Queen Four

My mom took some pictures of me in my room as well as outside in the garden. They came out so wonderfully, I really like them! I like the look of fake lashes on me, they really bring out my eyes (which is a very good thing, since I don’t have big eyes).
While setting up some minor last things, I waited for my guests. This gave us the opportunity to take some pictures of my cake! It was just so pretty… *_*

The Cake
Isn’t this cake super Lolita!? It was exactly how I wanted it to look like… ♥

One of my friends would walk the guests from the station to my house, so I had time enough to prepare the last things. After some more waiting and troubles with trains, all but one of the guests arrived around 1 pm at my front door. ^^

Fairytale Girls
A group of fairytale Lolitas. ♥ (This picture was actually taken later on the day, sssh!)

My dear friends all looked so wonderful and I was so happy to see them again. Some I hadn’t seen for months! I was very happy they liked my decorations and the little wands they received. :3 Everyone sat down and we chatted for a bit until the last girl arrived.

Party Seating

Finally the last girl arrived and it was time to prepare the cake. Of course I had to blow out candles, but well… 22 is a little much. So just two candles shaped like twos were perfect. ^^
The cake was received with ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ and ‘Happy birthday’ was sung as well. Then I made a wish and blew out my candles.
After that, I had to cut my poor cake, but well... it was worth it! It was so incredibly delicious! ♥

Cake and Happy Birthday
‘Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you…’ ♫

We ate our cake and talked about everything and nothing. It was so great. ^^ It’s these little Lolita talks I always love so much at meetings. Just talking about new releases, things we like or don’t like… We also talked about our outfits and which fairytales they represented. Not everyone had a very clear idea, so we made some up with each other, assigning everyone with a different story.

Eating Cake
Eating cake and talking Lolita.

I had tried to put as much thought and detail into the party as I could. I tried to find snacks that reminded me of fairytales in any way and even the whole idea of having long tables with lots of cups and plates was formed after a fairytale: Alice in Wonderland. Okay, technically that’s not a fairytale, but you get the idea. ^^

Party Food
Party food! ☆

After a while, I asked if everyone was up for taking pictures. One by one, I took everyone outside to take outfit pictures and pictures together. Everyone said it was so cold outside, but I felt nothing! Ah well; ‘The cold never bothered me anyway!’ (I didn’t dress like Elsa from Frozen at all, but still. XD). All my friends looked so pretty! They totally deserve their own collages! *o*

Pichi, in her beautiful Snow White outfit.

Dieuwke, our assigned Sleeping Beauty in her gorgeous rose dress.

Cat, our Swan Lake Lolita.

Eveline, in her ‘any Fairytale that contains horses’-outfit (we assigned her Hansel and Gretel).

Michelle, in her super detailed ‘Bambi meets Christmas’-outfit.

Katie, looking stunning in her (assigned) Chinese Nightingale outfit.

Rowie, looking gorgeous in her green Storybook coord.

Iris, amazing as a pastel fairytale creature.

Naomi, adorable as Goldilocks.

My sweet mom also took pictures of me together with all my guests as well. I love them all so much! ♥

Some of my favourite duo pictures!

After the solo pictures, we took some group pictures as well in the front yard (like the one you saw earlier in this post). Later I heard some neighbours peeked through their kitchen windows to see what we were doing, haha!

Jazz Girls
Jazz hands~!

We went back inside and sat down again, because it was presents time! I got so many amazing gifts, like Lush goods, chocolates, an adorable plushie wearing an alpaca outfit, lucky star paper, a cute basket filled with more lovely presents, Paris-themed gifts, a set of fairy wings (haha!), a tea set and even a gorgeous handmade yellow flower head piece to match one of my Metamorphose dresses! I also received birthday cards with the sweetest personal messages that make me tear up just thinking about them! ;_; I don’t know what to say, I got so spoiled! ♥

Alpaca Gift
One of the many amazing gifts I got. Isn’t this little guy adorable!? ♥

After the presents, it was time for a little game. :3 Every party guest received a piece of paper containing two lines to write on. Everyone had to write down two ‘ Lolita facts’ about themselves, one true and one false. For example, I wrote:
1. I love every teddy bear print ever released.
2. I am secretly wishing for a soap bubble print.
Then, everyone had to encircle the number next to the true fact (mine was #2 by the way), after which I collected all the cards. Then, everyone had to guess which fact was true! The winner who guessed the most right would win a prize. Three girls ended up with an equal amount of points, so I randomly drew one of their cards to decide on the winner.
It was Dieuwke!

The Bored Pug
Meanwhile, my pug Catootje felling bored under the table…

It was getting dark outside, but since I had candles and luminous rose garlands, it was no problem at all! In fact, the table looked even prettier than in broad daylight, in my opinion. ^^ We talked and ate some more and then the party came to an end. I thanked everyone heartily for coming and also complimented everyone on their outfits once more. I did however have a small second prize for my favourite outfit, which was Iris’s! She looked so amazing and she had clearly put a lot of effort into her coordinate!

Luminous Roses
The table at the end of the party: messy but still very pretty. :3

My parents were super kind and drove the girls back to the station, after which my party had really ended. I was sad to see my friends go, but I was so happy I could take my shoes off! My feet were absolutely killing me, but it was worth it! It had been a wonderful day. ♥

A giant thank you to my dear Michelle, Eveline, Cat, Dieuwke, Pichi, Naomi, Iris, Katie and Rowie for your presence and presents! I am so happy to have shared this special day with you! It was truly amazing! ☆
I am also sending love to Dido, Josine and Kim who really wanted to come but unfortunately couldn’t make it. See you soon my dears! ♥

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

21 Lolita Things

Today is a very special day for me, because it’s my birthday! I am turning 22 today, oh my! I always really loved the number 21, so leaving that behind and having to tell people I am 22 from now on sounded less… cool? But well, there’s two twos in 22, so that’s pretty neat actually. ^^
Anyway, I’m rambling. So today it’s my birthday! Initially I hadn’t planned anything special since it’s a normal school day, but I went to see the third Hobbit movie with a friend! It’s the first day the movie is out in my country, so it feels extra special! Plus, I will celebrate my birthday this weekend. Expect a blog post about it very soon… :3
Unfortunately, I haven’t been doing very well lately. I won’t talk about it here and now, I’m sorry. But to cheer myself up a bit, I decided to make a list of all the fun, Lolita-related things that have happened to me in the year I was 21 years old. Usually I post a year overview on December 31st, but now I will have to think up something else. ^^ So without further ado:

21 Lolita Things That Happened
When I Was 21

I made some special collages with pictures. Just click the links to go the blogposts where I talk about these events. ^^ The pictures are not in order of time because of lay out appearance, but I am sure you will be able to match the right picture to the right event. ;)

1. At the end of 2013, I celebrated my birthday with an amazing Lolita birthday party. It was the first time I threw a Lolita party myself and it was so much fun! For the party, I had chosen a Paris-theme to go with my Promenade de Paris dress and matching colours for decorations. It was an amazing day filled with beautiful and super sweet girls. It was an amazing day!
2. I finally made my first wardrobe post! Every year in January, the theme of the Lolita Livejournal community in January is ‘wardrobe’. Every Lolita who wants to posts pictures of her entire Lolita wardrobe and I finally joined in as well! It was a lot of fun to take pictures of all my Lolita items and see everything I own neatly spread out. Unfortunately, I never posted a link to the post on my blog, but I did make a concept post. Maybe I will posts it someday.
3. In February, I had a meeting with some of the German Lolitas in Düsseldorf. I was so happy to see my German friends again and also make new ones! We had a great time shopping and going out for lunch. It was amazing!
4. Together with my friend Michelle I had a lovely Lolita weekend, in which we wore Lolitas on both days. My favourite outfits were our red coordinates, in which I wore pink and red and Michelle borrowed my Milky Berry. Not only was it a lot of fun to coordinate together, it also made me realise how much I like to dress other people up as well! ^^
5. At the end of March, I visited the Summer Tales Boutique opening day. Fly Away Fashion had officially changed its name and I was very happy to be a part of the special day when it was celebrated. I was very happy to see some of my favourite Belgians again and also to get to know some new people. Plus, I really liked my outfit that day. :3
6. In April I went to Japan, together with my mom. I had an amazing time with her shopping in Harajuku while wearing Lolita. It was an amazing day!
7. While in Japan, we met up with Emilie and spent an amazing day walking around in Lolita, taking pictures in Shibuya, shopping in Harajuku and all kinds of Lolita things we had on our mutual bucket list. It was absolutely magical!

8. July really was my ‘Parisian month’. So many amazing things happened! I was incredibly happy to be able to visit the Angelic Pretty pop up store with my mom. Angelic Pretty Paris unfortunately doesn’t exist anymore, so being able to shop in a temporary store was amazing! I bought the prettiest things there!
9. I was incredibly happy to be able to walk in the Parisian Harajuku Fashion Walk, together with so many friends and Japanese Lolita idols of mine. I felt even more colourful and pretty walking in the in the gorgeous sun filled streets of Paris.
10. I didn’t think it would be possible for a long time, but eventually I was able to go to the Angelic Pretty Tea Party this year as well! I had a lovely time with my friends, meeting new people, talking with Maki and Asuka who I absolutely adore and even winning something in the raffle! One of my favourite Lolita days of the year.
11. A few days later, I spent a few days with Mila and Marie. On Sunday, we attended the Following Alice event, where I got to meet Misako Aoki again. She looked stunning and was as lovely as I remembered.
12. At the Following Alice event, I got to witness the election of the French Kawaii Ambassadors. Even though the three girls do not represent my country, it was still very special for me.
13. On my last day in Paris, I attended French Café’s first Garden Party. The location was very beautiful and I had a wonderful day filled with pictures, laughter and friends.
14. This year I also participated in two contests! One was a contest organised by Kawaii.i, the second by the Japanese Lolita brand Metamorphose. I didn’t win either of the two, but participating was quite fun. ^^

15. In August, I went to Paris again with my mom for two days for her birthday. I never wrote a blog post about it, but I can tell you we had a lot of fun! We did a lot of sightseeing, but we also shopped at Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Paris and Axes Femme. Of course Baby was lovely as ever, but we had never been to Axes Femme before. What an a-ma-zing shop! Both my mom and I bought a beautiful dress there.
16. I was happy to be able to attend this year’s Kawaii Event again, which was very fun. There was also a camera crew filming for a Dutch tv show and I am super honoured they kept some of my talking in the final show as well!
17. At the end of August, I participated in my friend Cat’s Lolita fashion show. Not only was walking in the show a lot of fun, I also bought some really wonderful items in the dealer room of the convention which still makes me very happy thinking about it.
18. I was very excited to be able to attend Katie’s Summer Tales Boutique 5th anniversary Tea Party. She asked me as the photographer for the day and I felt so happy and important that day! Everyone looked beautiful and being able to capture it on camera still makes
me glow.
19. At the Summer Tales Boutique party I also got to meet Asha Leo from Refinery29.com. She and her crew filmed the Dutch Lolitas for their ‘Style Out There’ series. Asha Is an amazingly kind and funny person and I am so happy to have met her! Also, the episode about Lolitas was amazing, one of the best videos on Lolita I have seen up until now!
20. For a special project that I shall not yet reveal, I did a very special photoshoot for my friend Cat. Keep an eye on my blog, you will found out soon enough… ^^
21. Finally, I have picked up my dream of doing interviews with Lolitas from all over the world! I have only just begun and it’s so much fun! I hope there will be many more to come!

So there you have it: all the Lolita things that have made me happy when I was 21 years old. Let’s hope there will be more than 22 when I look back around this time next year… ♥

Friday, December 05, 2014

Interview with the Lolita: Fahr

Tomorrow, Saturday the 6th of December, it’s the winter edition of International Lolita Day! Do you have anything exciting planned? I am looking forward to all the pictures and posts! ^^ Unfortunately, I am not doing anything special myself, but I am very excited to introduce you to the next person who I interviewed for ‘Interview with the Lolita’! She is a Lolita originally from Germany, now living in Scotland. You might have seen her awesome cosplay photos passing you by on Tumblr, but she is also an amazing Lolita and a long-time inspiration of mine. Here is: Fahr!

Lolita Wonderland: First, can you tell me a little bit about yourself?

Fahr: My name is Fahr Sindram, I was born in 1981, in a little town in North Germany. After spending my youth in Portugal, I decided to become an author and mangaka, but after getting over my obsession for Japanese comics I started more and more to write stories in the comic area in my own style. My hobbies are YouTubing, cosplay and lately collecting plush alpacas (I know, I know) and Little Twin Stars. Oh and I'm learning to sew right now, so maybe I'll come up with some dresses in the future, but I doubt it. Right now I am working on books and comics and live with my flatmate and two cats and argue if we can paint the living room baby-pink with clouds and unicorns.

Lolita Wonderland: When and how did you discover Lolita?

Fahr: In 2007 I saw many wonderful looking girls on a manga-convention in France. I was confused whether they cosplayed or not, I knew of Lolita, but didn't actually understand it. After asking a few friends about it I decided to look into it, but didn't wear it till I had a full outfit and felt like I was doing it well. I tried on dresses at a friend’s flat and it wasn't for me. Then after collecting the Lolita Bible for years, I dared to get my first dress in 2009; 2010 I finally managed to get an outfit together after I lost a few kilo to fit into the dress. That was the start.

Lolita Wonderland: What is the very first dress you bought and why did you choose it?

Fahr:It was by Black Peace Now, but I didn't know it was Lolita, I just liked it. My first Lolita dress, that I bought knowing what I was getting, was by Angelic Pretty, the Starry Night Theater OP in pink. I picked it because I loved the circus theme. It took me years to get matching socks and a bow for it.

Lolita Wonderland: Do you have any favourite colour combinations in Lolita?

Fahr: Mmmh, Sax blue and lilac, even if I often wear pink. It's the light blue that I adore, because it brings out my eyes. And I can feel a little like Alice In Wonderland if I combine it with a blond wig.

Lolita Wonderland: Where do you like to wear Lolita the most?

Fahr: Mostly for trips to the city on weekends or for photo shootings. At home I could get stains on it or tear the dresses, and now my cats leave hair everywhere too. But in the city I feel very good with it, and often it is a chance to take photos too.

Lolita Wonderland: You are a very talented mangaka. Does your Lolita style inspire you in your work?

Fahr: Actually yes, I wanted to bring the wonderful fashion into my artwork, but sadly it happened before I fully understood Lolita fashion and so some of the designs look more like..lace monsters. Now I know better and try to avoid any mistakes. After drawing lolita inspired outfits for my characters I started to wear Lolita myself. Loliception! XD

Lolita Wonderland: You are also a very well-known cosplayer. Do you feel like the cosplay community and the Lolita community are very different from each other?

Fahr: They are different in many ways. Cosplay is about crafting and people who buy costumes are frowned upon, for example. That was new for me and I didn't know at first and assumed that buying an outfit was ok, while it actually angered people. Giving credit to the original crafters is very important, while in Lolita you just wear a pretty co-ord and post people will just look at a photo and decide if they like your outfit or not, in cosplay it's all about respecting others and not claiming other peoples work and support other cosplayers. Lolita and cosplay might be much alike if it comes to jealousy and bitch fights, which is horrible, because in the end we are all just into nice photos and pretty outfits and in the scene together. We should support each other.
I hosted Lolita meet ups and it hurt to see how groups formed and people bitched about each other. NICE people, but it happened. Cosplay is the same, everyone knows another cosplayer whom they hate. I guess we are all too much human to stop that.

Lolita Wonderland: Do people in Scotland react differently to Lolita than people in Germany in some way?

Fahr: The UK in general is more weirdo-friendly, because nobody points at you or makes rude remarks. In Germany people yell abuse and catcall or even touch Lolitas, which can be very scary if you are on your own. Scottish people will maybe shake their head, but move along. But stay away from drunk football fans!

Lolita Wonderland: What is the sweetest, weirdest or funniest comment you ever got while wearing Lolita?

Fahr: Surely all the little girls thinking I am a princess. It brings me so much joy when they run up to me and ask me questions, if I have a castle or how it is to be a princess, if my prince is pretty too. Weird was surely when some guy tried to get me to "marry" his friend, telling me he even owned a CAR. I don't attract many people, but when I wear Lolita I get so much attention, wanted and unwanted, sometimes it's a little much. In Germany even a pair of pink boots is worth a negative comment. I once had a shooting and girls literally walked up behind me and pointed fingers at me...that was...super-weird.

Lolita Wonderland: What is the most favourite Lolita outfit you ever wore?

Fahr: Oh, oh boy. I would say Sugary Carnival in pink, that one day at McDonalds. I loved the short hair with all the details in the coord. It's not my best coord, but I still like it a lot.

Lolita Wonderland: If you could create a new print for your favourite brand, which brand would it be, what would the print look like and what would you call it?

Fahr: I would love to see an Ice Crystal/Snow flake or jellyfish print by Angelic Pretty. I kinda just buy from them and they always just do toys, animals, make up and flower prints. I need snow flakes and fish so badly! PLEASE! (and now there IS ONE by AP and I am broke XD! ) I would call it Icy Storm Orchard and...mmmh.... Jelly Queen Kingdom

Lolita Wonderland: What is your best Lolita memory?

Fahr: So many good moments. I like to think back to the first time I met my Lolita idols Lunie and Kitch! I was so new to the fashion and had the chance to pose with them. Now we are online-friends, and that makes me super happy.I wish I could meet all my Lolita friends from around the world.
OH, and when I finally managed to get my dream dress, Sugary Carnival in sax blue!!

Lolita Wonderland: Finally, what does Lolita mean to you?

Fahr: It means freedom of speech and expression.

Official Site
Fahr’s Lolita Tumblr
Fahr’s Cosplay Tumblr

Thank you for reading!
I hope you liked this interview!