While I’m hosting a giveaway at the moment (don’t forget to participate!), I’m taking part in one for the first time (consciously, at least. I once did and won, but actually I had forgotten about the giveaway in the respective post and just commented innocently because of something else…).
Miss Caro-chan of F Yeah Lolita fame changed her URL and moved back to Blogspot again and is now hosting a giveaway to spread the word (thy will be done…). If you don’t know her blog yet, you should definitely take a look! It provides solid information for Lolitas of every level, from absolute beginner to great old ones. I love how Miss Caro-chan doesn’t take the fashion too seriously, though, and her ironic “what could be the next big thing in Lolita?” post (which you can find here) together with “OTT Classic Lolita” (here) is one of my favourites of all the lolita-themed blog posts I’ve ever read.
So, I’m trying my luck with this giveaway. I especially adore the Classic Lolita set… Wish me luck! (Or try it yourself.)
Almost a year ago (oh well, 10 months) I posted a list of the blogs I was reading regularly then. This list has grown, and I wanted to give you a little update of some (definitely not all and only those in English) of the jewels that brighten my days. I won’t repeat myself as the old list can be read through the link above.
Princess for a Day or the Rest of your Life?
My pen friend’s princess blog. Darling, I’m eagerly waiting for every new post of yours!
Mademoiselle Chaos & Sister Infinity
I dare say: My favourite blog at the moment. Mademoiselle Chaos is so creative and skillful! I love her obsession for steampunk and wool and her tutorials, too. A really inspiring blog, and now I really have to learn crochet (In advance: thanks to Teli for teaching me! Ha!, there’s a German blog. I tricked on myself again, but that’s okay.).
The Lion and the Dandelion
Oh well, yes, another German blog. But the titles are in English. Well, once I crossed the threshold… Anyway, I extremely like this blog’s name, and the content, too.
The chance that those of my reader who are at least a little bit into Lolita already know this blog is pretty good. Anyway, I really like Miss Lumpy’s musings and her style (as it isn’t giving me a toothache by being too sweet) and goth, she’s simply beautiful. Secretly, I refer to her as a kind of Snow White. ^^
F*** Yeah Lolita
Another Lolita classic. I love Caro-chans style of writing as she doesn’t seem to take the fashion too serious and can be quite sarcastic. I appreciate that.