Another day, another wardrobe and man, the universe is really wanting me to embrace navy these days! Though this wardrobe, belonging to a girl I'm going to nickname Karen for ease of reference, is really more "lots of blue" than actually navy but still, it all counts.
Above is what she already has, and she mentioned that as she is tall she tends to rely on off-brand or custom blouses for sleeve lengths, and that she is interested in working in some red. She also has an underskirt, but I haven't included that because underskirts feel more like a necessary but personal thing to me, if that makes sense - it's something that in the case of a tall lolita is something that is purchased and used based on need, not style. I will also mention that the white blouse with detachable sleeves is not the correct one, just one I grabbed for the purposes of this post.
This JSK image is photoshopped from the OP from the same series and in real life does not have the wait bow and does have more substantial straps. With the understated print and muted colours it's an easy piece to style from casual to almost OTT.
This JSK I was already in love with. The lace! The colour! The overall gorgeousness!
And lastly we have this OP, another bane of my Wardrobe Challenge existence. I've found when having to work with this before, and found again here, that this dress is utterly gorgeous on it's own but surprising hard to do anything interesting with. But I did try, and honestly Karen's blue shoes are the most awesome match to this OP I've ever seen.
So that concludes my most recent wardrobe analysis and round of suggestions. As I said in my last Wardrobe Challenge post I am quite happy to take a look at wardrobes with less than 20 main pieces again, just due to now being gainfully employed it may take me a while to actually post about it. So if you'd like to me to take a look at your wardrobe, please comment below or message me on my facebook page.