You’re all very familiar with the eccentric kitschy vintage glam vibe that is my everyday style. I’m all about retro fashion, but there’s another look that totally captures my heart. The best way I can describe it is “rococo floral fairy princess tulle explosion.”
I am absolutely obsessed with the work of Japanese wedding dress designer Stella de Libero. As far as I can tell, the dresses aren’t really available in America, which is a crying shame, but would I fly to Japan to get my hands on one of these? Yes. Yes, I definitely would.
My plan was to curate a reasonable number of my favorite dresses but…well. Things got slightly out of hand. So go ahead and click if you want to join me in frolicking through enchanted gardens.
Perhaps a friendly pixie will play a jaunty tune on the piano for us…
Ruffles on ruffles on ruffles
Is anyone surprised that I’m all about acres of floral lilac tulle?
Even headless fairy princesses look amazing when their gown appears to literally be growing before our eyes…
This dress would be great inspiration for a rococo fairy princess Tiana cosplay. Also, can I say that I love that as huge as her flowers are, her hair is even huger.
Just some beautiful flowers floating in the seafoam…
Little Bo Peep: Princess Edition
This is just such a muted pastel fantasy. She’s definitely the protector spirit of a haunted garden.
This lady is a bit tougher. She’s still got the ruffles and poof, of course, but her bodice is all artsy and badass.
Pink & gold. What more can I say?
Wow, looking at beautiful dresses is hard work. I’m exhausted!