I’m a fangirl of the Royal Naboo Handmaidens right to my very core and I have been ever since I first saw The Phantom Menace. I accidentally wore this outfit to work one day (with a variation in shoes, I think), looked in the mirror and went ‘Oh this makes me think of the Battlemaiden outfits.) Actually, one of the things that I really love about this outfit is that I’ve changed the bottom half up almost every time I’ve worn it with different combinations of jeans, black pumps, and even a skirt. Really, it’s mostly about the blazer and the necklace. And the hair.
Wine Blazer: BCBG
Black Shirt: TopShop
Statement Necklace: BaubleBar
Black Pants: Seven7
Boots: Cole Haan
I’m also rocking the hairstyle that Padmé and the other handmaidens had which you can find our tutorial here!
(Also no. I do not know what was going on with my eyebrow in these pictures. This usually only happens when I’m in costume. THE EYEBROW CANNOT BE CONTROLLED.)
Can you tell we’re super hyped for this next phase into Marvel cinematic space? It’s with our hearts full of love for the Inhumans’ most royal sisters that brings our style today — Crystal’s joyful yellow hues with a bold contrast touch of black, stately femme made modern in Medusa’s sombre black and purple, and with a flash of red in the hair and a touch of royal gold to round it off.
We land feet first in Tokyo for a sweet and summery vintage vibe, as Sailor Moon Crystal begins and we can’t but help be caught again. With the blue and white of a sailor suited senshi and our hearts worn proud and loud on the sleeve, we salute our beloved heroine Usagi Tsukino upon her return.
Yup. It’s another fashion post inspired by the White Queen herself, Emma Frost.
No, we will not stop playing favorites. It’s in our DNA.
While the kingdom falls to chaos, there’s a girl on the road to be the queen and we’re definitely all about that. Daenerys of House Targaryen may not wear her colours on her sleeve, but we’re happy to salute them — a colourstory of fire and blood, and unexpectedly sharp.