Mori girl

Sheila Yoshikawa Events, Fashion

13-04-14 wisteria fan face best

I’m wearing items from a mixture of events. I am a fan of the “mori girl” (forest girl) look, which emphasises natural fabrics and loose layering, plus some lace and girlyness. The dress by Potcha is called morimori and so I assume it’s meant to be part of a mori girl outfit. There is an undershirt, woollen waistcoat and a flowered midi skirt with lace trim. Below you can see me full length, at the Forest Spring Concert event (just closed), where I got the dress. Instead of a flower crown or lace headband I went for Truth’s boho ElectraRead more at the source.

Sheila YoshikawaMori girl

Fairytale Queen

Sheila Yoshikawa Events, Fashion

17-03-14 in the enchanted forest

I feel like a fairytale queen – though possibly not a good queen – in this dress “Kia” by Miamai. All the colours have delicious sequin textures and peacock patterned inserts. I decided to add long lace gloves  (by G Field) tinted green to cover my arms fully. The new Maisy hair by Truth came out just in time – the long hair flows beautifully front and back and it has very cute optional side buns. My butterfly crown is by Evie’s Closet and the mochi usagi (rabbit) I’m holding was from an old gatcha event … Read more at the source.

Sheila YoshikawaFairytale Queen

It’s about the boots

Sheila Yoshikawa Events, Fashion

12-03-14 showing off my boots

A bit late showing off these boots, as they were in the last round of collabor88, but they go wonderfully well with this new-ish short dress from Kunglers. The dress is beautifully made, with a silk chiffon overlay: in this case in a sort of tasteful animal print in a lovely sand colour.

KABUKI NECKLACE/RYU-GU BLU and SINRA piercings: [MANDALA]
Laura tunic dress – Sand: Kunglers
Onyx Anklet: barerose
square ring(silver):: C’est la vie !
Spring Babes – Lamb – Vanilla: Birdy/Alchemy
Muerto Cameo Earring: Eolande’s (vintage)
Thigh High Boots – Bronze Snake: Maitreya
Three Rings: Schadenfreude
D207 hair /
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Sheila YoshikawaIt’s about the boots