Lolita OOTD + Transformation Video - Pirate Princess

Thursday, July 2, 2015

This is kind of a reboot of the outfit that I wore during La Vie en Rose, I really liked it and thought I could make some small changes to it. Unfortunately I don't have any proper pictures of my outfit there, however I have pictures now!

The idea of my look was Lolita Pirate Princess, a badass chick that kidnaps innocent maidens and plunders.. well, everything - while looking pretty awesome. Is it strange that I made a whole story for one outfit?

I made a short transformation video to go with the pictures, it's sped up so much my hands are a blur most of the time. Don't worry, my hands aren't really that blurry. My real eyebrows are terrible though, but that's a topic for another time.

I'm still trying to figure out my set-up for videos in my work room. I got 2 daylight umbrellas, but somehow my room is still a black hole that absorbs light. I might just get some kind of lighter colored curtains on a rail to hang from the ceiling so that I got at least the dark blob that is my closet in the background covered. The struggle of liking dark furniture is real... oh and the struggle of German houses with tiny windows is real too.

By the way, I entered the Kawaii.i contest with this look, so if you like it and would like to support me you can vote for me with these links:

Enough with the chit-chat, on to the pics!

My goal for the make-up was something more androgynous, despite having a girly
touch to it. I don't have any make-up for contouring, so I decided to keep it relatively
simple and focus a bit more on the brows. I went with a peach tone blush, instead
of the normal pink tone I take. The tears are to reflect the tears in the Grimoire
hair clip. 

Outfit rundown:
Jacket: Alice and the Pirates
JSK: Alice and the Pirates
Jabot/Scarf: Alice Auaa
Socks: Angelic Pretty
Shoes: Alice and the Pirates
Hair accessories: Cloudberry Lady and Grimoire
Wig: Old Lockshop wig