Storytime: You encounter a magical being with giant buttons in their hair while wearing a crescent patterned rainbow shirt. As you take in the appearance of this smiling person who is animated about books you approach her. She turns and smiles, pausing her conversation with her golden friend. A smile adorns your face, and you ask, “are you performing?”. Her smile slips slightly, but you are eager for her answer. - What does she say?
Battle Mage - Magical Girl
Inspired by my love of Anime Magical Girls, this facet of my writing and style represents my Kawaii (Japanese for “Cute”) lifestyle. I admire Ultra Femme aesthetics, the color pink, and magic. From Sailor Moon to Sanrio this part of me is 100% invested in being Kawaii and Fierce.
What I really loved about this event is how welcoming and creative it was to meet in this art space and have a mini indoor picnic. I don’t know the history of Bento, but I am encouraged to learn about it so that maybe next time Roxi won’t be alone in making the food.Read More
It all began with Blerdcon. That was the day I came across the beautiful Lolita attendees an amazing artist Ipukekawaii and DC Kawaii Style. Joy is too small a word for how hype I was to find a community for fashion relatively close by. I mean, as much as I jump to New York City I don’t actually live there, I just visit. Even more exciting, I actually went to the meetups! I’ve been to three community events, and I am 100% invested in making sure I can go out and hang with them as much as I can. In my search for community, this was undoubtedly a beacon in a dark time. I have attended two Casual meetups, and a karaoke party so far, but let me tell you about these magical girl adventures.Read More
The weather outside is frightful, but it doesn’t mean your fashion has to be. Get some Kawaii Street Wisdom from my closet, and aestheticRead More