So my super close friends banded together to form a channel called Burandoholics.
Basically this channel is our outlet to rant and discuss releases and brands we love.
This is our first video! I hope you enjoy it.
The video is on the embed above, otherwise watch it on the link here
In this video we unbox Angelic Pretty's Mercator's Antique Shop Special Set that came out last month. It has been my dream print for a little while and I thought it would never re-release. What was worrying at first was the fact that the special set was a Tokyo shop release only, and that means my mum (in Kobe) would not be able to go in store for me to get it. However, in an amazing stroke of luck, Odi happened to be in Tokyo at the time to get it for us! We couldn't have been more grateful. You can check us talking more about the release and our first co-ord for it in the video!
Monday, April 18, 2016
Wednesday, April 06, 2016
Hey guys! Some of you may have noticed that I have changed my URL now to missmaiko.blogspot.com. This is to keep continuity with my other social media and because I was not happy with my old username. Now that that's out of the way, onwards to the post...
A little while ago we had a Welcome meet for all the Lolitas that have recently joined our local comm. It was great to catch up and have everyone join together and chat over picnic food. I wore my Btssb Florence's medicine chest Louisa JSK I bought in Kobe earlier this year. I am still getting used to wearing lighter colours as I am used to wearing dark colours mostly.
We had a great turnout! I am glad it was a sunny day as we were having a our meet outdoors.
Selfies with some of my favorite people!
We had several speakers (including myself) speak about the basics of Lolita fashion to introduce beginner Lolitas. We each had different topics to talk about including tips on shopping, makeup tip and generally how to handle the attention when wearing frills. We brought about plenty of discussion which was great to see! I wrote a blog post about what I spoke about (How to buy Lolita!) here.
Credit to Window Warmth for the some of the images above in the post the rest are mine.