|Let the soap bubbles fly through the air.|
|Hair and collar match: Perfect plan, isn't it?|
|Bubblegum haired girls are happy to watch the rainbow coloured bubbles.|
|No idea what is written there, I hope it's something as sweet as the pattern looks.|
|Feeling very kawaii today, almost like a Harajuku girl.|
|I could laugh the whole day, wearing one of my fashion dreams around my neck.|
|Lesson learned: Not all dreams are just cloud castles.|
|Is it because of the heart shaped glasses or why do I feel so pink today?|
|Long legs for tiny girls: Platforms, please!|
Cute, cuter, the cutest, my outfit! Oh yes, I try to fit as much Kawaii in my outfit as possible. Bubblegum pink is my colour therapy, candy floss my philosophy. A few years ago I tended to dress black or gray, whenever I had a difficult time. Nowadays I think that's completely the wrong thing: Colours (and especially pastel colours) are an astonishing antidote against dark moods. Don't underestimate the power of cuteness!
I especially love this outfit, because it contains many things that make me smile. Making soap bubbles during the shooting was just too much fun. I nearly emptied the whole bottle, because I couldn't stop anymore. I didn't do this for ages and was fascinated by how wonderful the bubbles look in the light. Isn't it amazing how beautiful something as simple as soap bubbles can be?
Today's look includes the fulfillment of a dream: A while ago, I spotted this pink hair collar on a page. I didn't know who designed it or where to get it, but it was love at first sight and never left my mind. A few months later I was introduced to a lovely French girl called Clara Chérie and was so surprised to see it on her page again, among a lot of wonderful creations. I begged her that I needed to wear this, and here it is on my neck. Dreams don't burst like soap bubbles all the time, but sometimes they come true in Barbie land!
What are your fashion dreams come true my lovelies?