I thought my love of blouses in Lolita were only functional, before these posts, not paying much attention to the detailing that can be seen in the blouse. I usually only wear jsks, so the only time I get to see the detail in my own coord is when I'm changing.
Due to these recent posts, I have grown to appreciate this staple of the fashion more than I had. I always thought it was easy to buy a jumperskirt or an one~piece because of all the different styles and prints and solids. So many options to choose from and blouses were always a want but making due on a tight budget always made it more of an afterthought. That is until these last to posts...
What is your favorite part of a Lolita blouse?
|The details on this blouse is very delicate looking and|
|This one is very lovely in white. The slanting rows of lace on the upper section is eye catching. I'm not a fan of the shirring on the upper part of the sleeve.|
|The large ruffly lace at the collar and wrists are delicate and look soft in combination of the blouse. It would be the perfect icing for some sweet Loli.|
|I think this one is toned down just by the difference in lace choice, other than that the cut is the same. Perfect for both classic and gothic Lolita.|
These two Peter Pan collars show both lovely and perfect for the gothic and classic styles in Loli. If there was a pink or blue version of these the would work perfectly for sweet.
Sharp and close collars really pop on these.
Again, Innocent World is trying to steal my soul.
|A little more into the aristocratic theme but works for classic and gothic as well. There is a great deal of detail to the collar that I think is worth paying attention to.|
I love the Peter Pan Collars in all the different shades they can come in. A good Lolita blouse, in general, are definitely worth the purchase.