How to Choose Flower Girl Dresses

The cute flower girl will walk down the aisle ahead of you and set the happy and festive keynote for your wedding. When the guests catch sight of the flower girl who appears at the aisle, they might be ready to cheer or applaud as you are about to show right after her. It’s easy to understand how necessary it is to dress up the little girl. A suitable and beautiful flower girl dress is a must for a perfect wedding scene.

The bride is supposed to choose the flower girl dress as it’s your most special day. You would feel moody if she wears a dress that’s not to your liking. But the little girl and her parents also have a say here because generally it’s her parents who pay for the flower girl dress and it’s the girl who will don it. No matter who will choose the dress, the following points need to be taken into consideration.

The flower girl is an important part of the entire wedding ceremony and her attire should complement the wedding ensemble. It’s said that the flower girl should appear as a miniature of the bride or that she should wear the similar dress to the bridesmaid dress. It’s fine but not necessary. Even a classy sundress will do as long as it matches well with other aspects of your wedding. Is it a themed wedding? What’s the color scheme of your wedding? Where and when will it be held? How formal is it? Think over these questions and you can narrow down the scope of these countless dresses. Here’s an interesting instance, if it’s a cosplay themed wedding, the girl may be dressed up like a sweet fairy or a little wizard.

It’s wise to wear comfortably on any occasion; being comfortable is especially important for children. Flower girls are usually between the age of three and eight; they move around more and they control themselves less. They may show or directly speak out their discomfort if there’s any; that would be embarrassed for all. Now you know selecting a comfortable dress matters a lot. The fabric should be smooth so it won’t be itchy against the little girl’s delicate skin. The dress should not be too long; otherwise she may be tripped over the hem. The dress should fit her well and she needs to feel good.

Keep in mind that children grow quickly. If you plan to buy the dress off the rack, don’t make the purchase very early. Just start looking early and buy it near your wedding day. If it’s a custom made one, make a larger dress and do the last fitting weeks before the wedding.

Select the dress that’s best for the cute flower girl and she’s more likely to act like a smiling angle for your wedding.

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Cosplay in Japanese Culture

Cosplay is not limited to dressing up in costumes from popular TV shows. Cosplay is also seen in traditional Japanese culture and fashion.

Coming of age ceremonies have been held in Japan since at least AD 714, when a young prince got new clothes and a hairstyle to mark their passage into adulthood. The official holiday was first established in 1948, to be held each year on 15 January. In 2000, as a result of the successful system, the Monday on which the Day Of Coming of Age was celebrated on was changed to the second Monday in January.

Many women celebrate this day with the use of Furisode (a kimono with long sleeves that hang) and zori sandals. Since most are unable to put on a kimono by themselves due to the complexities involved in dressing in one, many choose to visit a beauty salon to dress and have their hair done. A complete set of formal clothing is quite expensive, so it is usually taken from a relative or rented rather than bought for the occasion. Men sometimes wear traditional costumes (for example a dark kimono with hakama), but in modern times many men wear formal western clothes, like a suit and a tie, more often than a traditional dress.

The latest street fashion among Japanese women is the smokey eye look. It is a sultry and sexy look that is easy to achieve and which creates stunning results. The smokey eye look has been called the little black dress of make up as it is always stylish. Smokey eyes are perfect anywhere and anytime because the make up needed is not overdone and adds a little bit of mystery and allure to a woman’s look. The smokey eye make up is also useful for vampire Cosplay.

Fantasy and science fiction characters have became very popular Cosplay costumes. Characters from the Star Wars, Star Trek and the Harry Potter series are some of the most popular non-manga characters to be featured in Cosplay events. Anime cartoons such as Naruto, Bleach and Final Fantasy as well as video and computer games are also popular characters to be made into Cosplay costumes. Akatsuki And Organization XIII costumes as well as the ever popular ShinRa were the most common costumes at conventions. Outside of conventions, the most popular Cosplay costumes are school girl outfits and maid uniforms.

Comic books, graphic novels and fantasy movies are also a source of inspiration for Cosplayers.

Nice Memory of InuYasha

I enjoyed myself in Chengdu cosplay convention last weekend. It is a nice cosplay party where I met some cool cosplayers dressing all kinds of fantastic cosplay costumes. The guys from Naruto, Kuroshitsuji, sailer moon, pokemon were catching my eyes there. They all look very attractive. I had some photo shoot with them. Now, I got the pictures and they all look cool. Great cosplay show, wonderful cosplayers.

Now, when I look at the cosplay pictures, I feel a little down. Facing nice pictures, I will recall all the good experience of the cosplay con, why I will feel lost? Maybe, I am very touchy. But I have to say I miss InuYasha, and I want to watch the classic anime, though there is no more new sequel since March 29th, 2010. InuYasha is over, not like Naruto or Kuroshitsuji.

It is a long time for an InuYasha fans. Sometimes, if you can’t get what you want, you only can recollect what you own. This classic Japanese manga series is written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It premiered in Weekly Shonen Sunday which is a famous manga magazine on Nov 13th, 1996, and concluded on June 18th, 2008. Because it is very popular, it was adapted as two anime television series produced by Sunrise. The whole series has a total of 167 episodes. I never missed any of the series. After a 5 years’ waiting time, the sequel was published on Oct 3th, 2009 which covers the rest of the manga series. It named The Final Act and it ended on March 29th, 2010.

That is not a long history for a Japanese anime. What I have to say, I didn’t see the whole of the manga, but I watched all of the anime TV series. So I guess all the plot of anime is as the same as the manga itself. This Japanese series’ protagonists are a time-traveling middle school girl who is a half demon, a lecherous monk, a fox demon, a demon slayer, and a nekomata.
They lived in Sengoku period and seek to find all the fragments of the jewel of four souls and to keep the jewel out of the hands of rebels, especially Naraku. I am not sure the anime’ plot is as the same of the manga’s, since I didn’t have time to read the classic manga. I am being a busy officer now.

So, anyone who have read the whole manga and watched the two anime TV series could reply me? Give me some different information about the manga.

However, I love the InuYasha anime which accompanied me for the school life. Because of the anime, I got a buddy Lee who has the same interest as me. Now, I think the InuYasha will be with me for another time, because cosplaying has been a hot hobby for me. And InuYasha certainly has become a nice choice for my cosplay costumes, though I have to wear a fake ear and a long wig. You know I have a big ear and short hair. That is a tough job for my dressing. Whatever, I like it, so I choose it.