You can tell by my hair that I don’t like to be subtle in my appearance. This sometimes applies to the jewelry I wear as well. I like all kinds of jewelry, but occasionally, I want something that makes a statement. Fortunately, if you feel the same way, there are many artists out there that create such pieces. Prepare to be noticed!
It’s that time of year again when the Easter Bunny has flooded the shelves of every store with every shade of pastel and sugary treat you can imagine. Sometimes it can be a little bit much. Even though there is an abundance of cute everywhere we turn, some cuteness is too awesome to ignore (and it doesn’t necessarily have to have anything to do with the Easter Bunny). The kawaii fashion in general is about just what it’s name means, an overload of adorable. While cute girly fashion can be a ton of fun there most certainly can be too much of a good thing.
When people think of kawaii the first thing that comes to mind is often times a barrage of plush, pastels, petticoats, and lace.
As fun as going all out for the look can be, it’s not always the most functional thing, especially in the summer months; that many layers equal heat stroke in the Texas sun. It also may not fit into a school or work dress code very well. But fear not my kawaii loving darlings there are many ways to work the look into any wardrobe.