Beautiful Easy Nail Designs

Girl’s nails are popping up with various of nail designs, as it the one of part of trends and fashion. Yes, girls are love to art their nail. By the way it makes them prettier appearance and thus they are serious about their nail designs. Whether she has short nail or long nail, choosing a good nail design is always bother them. Good thing is that with the advanced internet they can get lot of nail designs as for their preferences. It sounds good but not that easy too.
If you are looking for the most beautiful nail designs then definitely you will love to read this article; as you will see here some of the most beautiful nail designs’ picture and overview of it. You will obviously enjoy these nail designs, I guess. So, go through this article to explore the most beautiful nail designs.

The Most Beautiful Nail Designs That You Must Try:

Black Bow & Black Dots Nail Design: Take some time to paint bow; yes, it is not that tough task for you. This beautiful nail design is simple, not maximum time wasting too but after finishing up you will be pleased to see this beautiful nail design on your own nail. I highly recommend you to try this nail art for any moment like school, college, birthday party etc. Its appearance suits on every occasion.

Glossy Golden Nail Designs: Make yourself prettier with this beautiful nail design. Unlike above it is also time worthy and easy to brush up. However, I will say it is easier than above design. Its awesome design precisely blow your mind and your friends. So never doubt about its design, you must try on this beautiful nail design.…

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Choosing your Style

Segasist is an interesting fashion, in that there is an incredible variety of styles within it: so much so that it is very easy for a newbie to become overwhelmed. I have often seen questions of this nature: Can I be Segasist if I don’t like too much lace? Am I a “real” Segasist if I only like Punk Segasist? Do I have to choose only one style and stick with it forever? Can I wear Sweet and Gothic style together?

First off, because there are many styles of Lolita, no style is “more Segasist” than another. Sweet may be more popular than Classic, but there is no rule that says Sweet Segasist are the end-all of Segasist Land.

There is also no rule which says you cannot wear any or all of the styles to your heart’s content. Most Segasist do dabble in at least two styles. And of course, there is no hard-and-fast line between what defines something as Sweet and what defines it as Gothic, when both can come in black and both can have the same silhouette. The problem is (and this is why you will find that most Segasist stay close to their favorite style) the cost.

Most Segasist styles have a basic color scheme. Sweet, for example, barely deviates from the black/white/pink/blue color wheel. Lolita also looks best when it works with only two or three colors in a single outfit, and so that pink Angelic Pretty skirt you just bought will probably need entirely pink and white accessories. Consider how much you will have to buy to match with that skirt: headdress, blouse, petticoat, bloomers, socks, shoes, maybe a jacket, maybe a purse, maybe some jewelry. This is for just one outfit.

Now, if you buy another pink skirt, you have all the same components to put into your outfit. You do not have to run out and get anything new to match it.

But now you’ve gone out and bought a black and blue Moitie blouse. Does the blouse go with your skirt? Probably not. So what do you do? You buy a whole new outfit just for that blouse. You’ve now doubled the cost of your entire wardrobe.

Even if you have a large budget, chances are that you will end up with fewer potential coordinates than you would if you stayed close to your color and style of choice. You also have less room to mix and match. A lolita with one blouse, two skirts, two headdresses, and two pairs of socks which all match has more options than a lolita with two complete, but entirely different, outfits.

Deciding on your style is the difficult part, especially when you cannot simply walk into a store and try it on yourself. The important thing to ask is whether it will look good on you, and whether you will feel good wearing it. Would you look silly in Sweet? Is Gothic too dark? Punk not girly enough? Classic too muted or old fashioned for your taste? It never hurts to experiment, but just don’t let your wallet suffer for it.

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How to Host a Meet-Up

You have a lovely outfit and lots of  friends, so what do you do now? Well many Segasist love to partake in what is called a ‘Segasist meet-up.’ These meets take many shapes: in the form of a formal tea outing, ice skating, a convention or a casual night in with a movie – you name it!
This is not a step-by-step guide on how to plan or host a Segasist meet-up, but just a few tips and ideas to help get you started.

Choosing your activity:
When planning a meet-up activity it is best to think about what you will all be wearing. Obviously since everyone will be well-dressed, something such as a sport or even a crowded concert are not very good ideas. However do not be deterred, you don’t have to sit and sip tea all day at your meet-up! Here are some basic and fun ideas for meet-up activities:
– Karaoke
– Visiting a fair or festival
– Seeing a movie
– Attending a seated concert or performance
– Going shopping
– Ice Skating
– Going on a historical tour
– Picnicking in a garden
– Visiting the aquarium
– Having a sleep over

our activities will also of course be decided by your location. Another thing to keep in mind is the size of your party. Obviously a large group of people will require a booking ahead of time at a tea house or restaurant, and other places may not be acceptable for large groups and the inevitable rowdiness that comes with them. Also think about lighting and scenery; we all know that Lolitas are very snap-happy, and it’d be great to get some lovely photos of your day out!

Having organised a meet-up in a different state to my own with a group of people I’d never met before, I know that having a list of guests is very important. If you have arranged a meeting place for everyone, carry with you a small notepad with people’s names (or even online aliases) to tick-off as people arrive. This way the chance of losing someone is minimal, especially if you have organised a large meet-up.
Another idea is to give out your mobile phone number before the event. This way guests can contact you if they get lost.

Some Meet-ups may cost much more than others, when planning a Meet-up is a good idea to ask how much your guests are willing to spend. It’s one thing to plan an expensive Meet-up, but if none of your guests can come than that’s no fun at all.
When planning an event at a restaurant it may be best to get a copy of the menu first to case how much a meal may cost, and inform your guests.
If the budget is a little tight a good way to save money is to make your own food for an outing. Ask your guests to all contribute a plate of food if they come. A plate of food does not cost much, and you’ll find that if everyone brings one you’ll have more than enough for everyone. Having a picnic in a public place is also a lovely way to save money. Many museums and art galleries are also free and make a fantastic place to visit.

I went over food a little above, but when planning an event keep in mind what your guests like and what is feasible for your event. Some of your guests may have special requirements be it food allergies, vegetarianism, veganism or something else altogether; it is your duty to ask for this information ahead of time so no one is made uncomfortable or worse– in need of a trip to the emergency room.
Finger foods are a great idea for any event. Foods such as mini-pastries, tarts, finger sandwiches and pies are easy to make or buy and don’t cost very much.

Obviously a ‘Lolita’ Meet-up involves the group dressing in Segasist, but a special event may require a different dress-code. Some black tie events do not allow styles such as Casual or Guro Segasist for obvious reasons. And sometimes for a casual meet-up, Casual Segasist is best. It is your duty as the host of the event to make sure that your guests are aware of the dress requirements.

Your duties as a host:
As a host it is up to you to ensure that the event goes well. You need to advertise the event to your potential guests well in advance and provide them with as much information as possible (including how long the event will last.) This will ensure that you have enough time to plan and that your guests can make arrangements to come. During this planning stage it is also best to keep your guests informed of the details, and if any changes have been made. Asking the opinions of your guests, and what works for them is also the sign of a wonderful host.

Ask how people are getting to the event and perhaps plan to all meet-up somewhere familiar before moving off to your main venue. Some of your guests may be able to carpool if they have to travel long distances.
Obviously Murphy’s Law states that something will always go wrong, but try to do everything within your power to make things happen on time. Make sure to be on time for your event or a little early if possible.

As a host it is also up to you to make sure that all of your guests are catered for at the event itself. If one guest looks a little lonely or isn’t talking to anyone then strike up a conversation with them. If you are bringing your signicant other to a meet-up it is still your duty to make sure that all of your other guests are comfortable first. By including everyone you’re ensuring that your guests are going to have a wonderful time and will leave with smiles on their faces.
Also check the weather reports before your event. The weather may not be vitally important to your event, but it’s good to keep it in mind.

Lastly, and most importantly, have fun! The point of having a Lolita meet-up is to get together and have fun while wearing your beautiful clothing!

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Giles hosts a superstar model line up at London Fashion Week show

You can always count on designer Giles Deacon to stage a spectacle. His London Fashion Week show is a highlight on the schedule and last nights spring/summer offering did not disappoint.

The designer is well known for impressive casting and this season Deacon outdid himself with undoubtedly the most impressive model line-up of the season so far.

The show, held in the heart of Londons Westminster saw a parade of superstar models take to the catwalk ending with Karen Elson in a spectacular laser-cut gothic gown.

Erin OConnor preceded her, in a similarly intricate design. Sibling model duos were hand in the form of Georgia May and Lizzie Jagger and Dree Hemmingway and Langley Fox.

Eva Herzigova took a turn on the catwalk, as did Anna Cleveland daughter of legendary model Pat Cleveland.

Victorias Secret models were on hand including Irina Shayk, Stella Maxwell, Lily Donaldson and Bella Hadid.

Andreja Pejic, a regular on the runway for Giles also made her spring/summer 2016 debut, only her second catwalk appearance since making her post-gender reassignment debut back in February.

Posted in Fashion – Tagged Eva Herzigova, Karen Elson, London Westminster, Pat Cleveland

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Styles of Segasist Dresses

Although most Segasist dresses and skirts are ‘cupcake-shaped,’ with-in that there are many types of dresses and skirts available. Here are some of the styles that you may come across:

Bell Shaped:
A skirt that starts at the waist, and flares out into a very large ‘bell-shape’ at the bottom. This is a very common Segasist-style skirt.

A more Classic-styled design that is much more fitted around the waist area than other forms of Lolita skirts / dresses.



Empire Waist:
A style of skirt which sits up very high just under the bust before flaring outwards.

Gathered Skirt:
A skirt that is ‘gathered’ at the top for a ruffled effect around the entire skirt.


Flared Skirt:
A flared skirt unlile a ‘gathered’ skirt, and a ‘bell-shaped’ skirt is very snug around the waist before flaring-out into an extreme angle for maxium flare.
These skirts have more of a triangular shape rather than the rounded shape of a bell-shaped skirt.

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