• left-handed
  • lacto-vegetarian
  • afternoon/evening person
  • introverted (INFJ or INFP depending on the test)
  • insomniac
  • prefers being alone
  • can't swim
  • 19 tattoos
  • enjoys silence
  • binge-watcher
  • binge-reader
  • romantic, whimsical fashion
  • fairy tales
  • folklore
  • fantasy
  • science-fiction
  • detective stories
  • druidry
  • paganism
jul 29 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • The library/a hideaway bookshop (bring a mug of tea and comfy cardigan if possible, for chilly hours of reading)
  • A small cafe or bakery (sip tea or cocoa while eating delicious pastries, reading, or journaling)
  • A local farmer’s market (carry a cute canvas tote bag or wicker basket to carry your goodies, and don’t forget free fruit and cheese samples!)
  • The park/gardens (walk around with your camera or spread a picnic blanket on the grass to read or nap)
  • A thrift/vintage curiosity shop (be prepared to come out with your hands full!)
  • An observatory (especially at night, to look up at the twinkling stars)
  • A craft or yarn store (pick up some supplies for your next art project)
  • A florist (especially a small, sweet one)
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Learn the Victorian language of flowers and use it in your everyday life.
  • Get a penpal. They don’t have to be a lolita at all, and you can write letters about whatever.
  • Start keeping a diary or a journal.
  • Make a scrapbook or album with printed photographs of all your coords.
  • Be like Queen Victoria and keep an album/catalogue of all your things (specifically your lolita pieces). A lot of us already do the hard work required for this every year for the January wardrobe posts.
  • Press flowers and leaves. Use them to decorate a diary, scrapbook, card, etc.
  • If you have the option, paint your walls and coordinate the wall colors and trim. You could also look into putting up wallpaper if you want to splurge a little more.
  • Instead of putting up plain posters or pi...
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • plant herbs. it’s not very difficult and doesn’t take up much space.
  • learn to embroider.
  • walk barefoot on grass.
  • bake bread! there a plenty of recipes online. you don’t even need yeast for some of them.
  • brew sun tea on a sunny day.
  • go for a picnic on an old, soft blanket.
  • make birdseed ornaments for the yard.
  • sunbathe (just be sure to wear sunscreen!!)
  • do some light cleaning or organizing around the house. sweep dust and cobwebs away.
  • scrapbook, or print and keep a little box of photos for memories.
  • write a handwritten letter with your favorite pen.
  • sign up for a local gardening class.
  • raise chickens.
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Thrift shopping
  • Antique shopping
  • Go window shopping (small town window shopping is especially mori!)
  • Create a mori music playlist
  • Visit a local library or bookstore
  • Visit a museum
  • Visit a park or nature preserve
  • Send letters to a penpal
  • Complete the mori girl challenge
  • Complete the mori draw, cook, snap challenge
  • Try a new recipe
  • Go bird watching
  • Learn a new type of craft (knitting, sewing, crocheting, upcycling, etc)
  • Build a terrarium
  • Coordinate a new outfit to wear
  • Try out a yama kei, hama kei, dark mori, or any other natural style you wouldn't normally wear
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Listen to the rain
  • Sit in the sunlight
  • Open the windows
  • Hold the grass
  • Dance in a storm
  • Breath in the earth
  • Walk barefoot in the dew
  • Follow some ladybirds
  • Lay down on the moss
  • Run through the leaves
  • Climb up a tree
  • Look at the view
  • Collect pine cones
  • Put twigs in your hair
  • Look at cobwebs
  • Indulge on apples
  • Play with tree sap
  • Ramble in the rain
  • Sing to the birds
  • Eat a spoon of honey
  • Sleep on some straw
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Visit your thrift store
  • Coordinate summer outfits
  • Try out different sun hats
  • Incorporate sailor themed stripes to your outfit
  • Visit the beach in your favorite mori summer outfit
  • Do the Mori-Girl 30 Day Question Challenge
  • Have your hair up in a high pony tail or braid (tie it up with some ribbons or lace)
  • Buy a folding fan for the heat. Choose one that best fits your coordinate
  • Watch some vintage movies
  • Relax by the ocean/lake
  • Collect shells
  • Take a nap on a hammock
  • Star/cloud gazing while lying in the grass
  • Watch the sunset
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

Eat Healthy

Hydrate Enough

Sleep Better

Move Regularly

Manage Stress

Avoid Vices

Get Checkups

Stay Safe

aug 12 2019 ∞
aug 12 2019 +
  • Sun: Taurus
  • Moon: Aries
  • Mercury: Taurus
  • Venus: Aries
  • Mars: Gemini
  • Jupiter: Aquarius
  • Saturn: Scorpio
  • Uranus: Sagittarius
  • Neptune: Capricorn
  • Pluto: Scorpio
  • True Node: Taurus
  • Chiron: Gemini
  • Lilith: Aries
sep 8 2019 ∞
sep 8 2019 +

Go out for a walk

Paint your nails

Try cooking a new dish

Read a book/ Go to a bookstore

Take a long bath

Write in your journal

Catch up on your favorite shows

Watch an inspiring TED talk


Organize your room/closet

Get a massage

Experiment with your makeup

Try a new workout class

Explore your neighborhood


Watch a funny Youtube video

Apply a face mask

Listen to an album you haven’t heard yet

Go to a comedy show

Visit a museum

Write a handwritten letter to someone you...

aug 12 2019 ∞
aug 12 2019 +
  • light good smelling candles and turn down the lights
  • use that fancy dish/stationery/bath bomb/etc that you’ve been saving “for the right time” (hint: now is the right time)
  • put clean sheets and blankets on your bed
  • give yourself five minutes to experience your emotions. dance in your happiness or let out all your tears, no shame allowed.
  • open your curtains (and maybe a window if the weather is good)
  • indulge yourself: a favorite movie, food, book, etc
  • ask a close friend what they love best about you
  • meditate somewhere relaxing for five minutes
  • organize your desk or living space, where...
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • How did you get into Mori Kei?
  • Who is/are your Mori idols? Who inspires your fashion?
  • Have you ever lived in a rural environment? If you have, do you think it influenced your Mori-ness? If not, do you think living in a suburban or urban environment influenced your style any?
  • Name 5 things you love about Mori.
  • Name 5 things you dislike about Mori.
  • What sort of things, outside of fashion, do you consider to be a part of a Mori lifestyle?
  • Are you also into Lolita? I find a lot of Mori Girls do Lolita as well! Whether you are or aren't a Lolita, why do you think this is?
  • What is your favorite type of plant life? Whether it be tree, bush, flower, fruit or vegetable, why is it so special to you?
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • English (fluent)
  • Portuguese (fluent)
  • Japanese (Beginner)
jul 29 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

When a Princess goes out she must be prepared for all eventualities, tucked away in a handbag or purse she carries all those little essentials and treasures that she can never be without. I have put together a list of items that a princess might like to carry with her, of course this varies with each of us.

  • A handkerchief, lace or otherwise, embroidered with her initials. For little sneezes and coughs and to offer to a tearful friend or acquaintance.
  • A cardholder, silver or embossed leather perhaps. To hold one’s calling cards and other important pieces of plastic and paper.
  • A small diary or notebook and a pen. For recording her wonderful adventures and whimsical thoughts. Also useful for shopping lists, to do lists and spontaneous poetry.
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

❀ wander around barefoot, especially in the grass (please be cautious though!)

❀ sip some tea and admire little details about your surroundings – i promise you there’s always something to enjoy even when it doesn’t seem like it

❀ take a shower and sing out loud until all your bad thoughts flutter away

❀ blow dandelion seeds

❀ go for a long walk and collect things that fascinate you along the way, whether it be an old coin, feathers, flowers or lost trinkets. start a collection.

❀ sit in your natural state, learn to love your naked body with no make-up, nail polish, and your hair down.

❀ smile at yourself in the mirror

❀ play some instrumental or classical music (suggestion: yayo instrumental by lana del rey, it’s magical)

❀ sprinkle a little glitter in your hair, in a bath, or in dull areas of your ro...

jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

(from here: https://idontknowmuchbutimlearning.blogs...)


  • Loves loose-fitting one-piece dresses.
  • Wears one-piece dresses and skirts as everyday dresses.
  • Prefers somewhat quirky clothing to simpler or mainstream styles (but doesn't really like flashy or bold styles). I do like some bold things.
  • Wears a seemingly natural type of fashion style with a little quirk to it.
  • Is particular about materials.
  • Loves to wear European ethnic clothing.
  • Dresses in A-line clothes.
  • Loves one-piece dresses that little girls would like as well.
  • Loves smock-like one-piece dresses and blouses.
  • Doesn't like super sweet fashion (like lolita or fairy kei). I wear lolita, too.
  • Loves deep earthy colors like burgundy, dark green, dark blue, and brown.
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • a teabag of your favorite tea
  • heart shaped note with cute drawings
  • stickers on the outside of the letter, and inside
  • handmade paper doll
  • small print or postcard
  • a sketch or a little painting or a poem
  • glitter or sequins or pearls or buttons
  • small candies or bubblegum
  • cut out magazine pictures or articles
  • folded paper, like origami
  • textile like small ribbons or clothing patches
  • coins or flat things found in a souvenir shop
  • pressed flower or leaf
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Buy a lovely floral print notebook or leather-bound journal and keep a Diary. Begin each entry with 'Dear Diary', press flowers between the pages, and draw Lolita fashion designs in it.
  • 2. Get a Lolita pen pal, learn how to write a proper formal letter and send it on pretty scented paper, send gifts and things for each others birthdays. You might want to purchase a quill or dip pen, its fun to write with when you get used to it and has an old fashioned feel.
  • Find a time during the day when you can enjoy the ritual of Tea. Late afternoon or mid-morning is traditional. Read about how to hold a 'high tea' and visit specialist tea shops to learn about the different blends and qualities. (My favorite is Chai!)
  • Visit the library and look for some suitable reads while you await the next G&L Bi...
jul 30 2019 ∞
aug 14 2019 +

(from: https://woodlandcomforts.tumblr.com/post...)

Autumn is officially here! Where I live, this season brings about a mess of different weathers– some days are warm, some chilly, some are dry, and sometimes it rains for days on end. So here are activities saplings can do for each kind of weather the fall offers. Now I know some of these activities are what mori girls do naturally, especially in the fall, but hopefully it will inspire you! Maybe you’ll even get an idea or two ;)

Sunny/Warm Days

  • ❧ collect fallen leaves; dry press them for collection or decoration
  • ❧ collect acorns, pinecones, and other fallen nature
  • ❧ take a local field guide, go for a walk, and try your hand at identifying mushrooms, plants, and trees
  • ❧ outdoor photography
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

"Please keep two things in mind: some of these ideas may overlap with the original 101 ideas list because I did not cross-check every single thing, and this list is purely for fun and should not be taken in any way as a directive of how lolitas should behave or do on their free time." (from: http://itsvanillabear.blogspot.com/2017/...)

  • Start a lolita blog or Youtube channel. You don't have to be an experienced veteran chalk full of tutorials and sage advice - just write about your experiences and outfits.
  • Keep a physical journal of diary. Writing your thoughts, feelings, problems, and daily activities will give you an outlet and will provide you with a time capsule of memories.
  • Learn calligraphy - or maybe start out with refining your cursive.
  • Learn to embroider, whether just to pass ...
jul 30 2019 ∞
aug 14 2019 +
  • Rose. Roses are one of the most common symbols in fairy tales, especially those featuring Princesses. In Beauty and the Beast it is a rose that Beauty’s father steals which seals her fate. Sleeping beauty is often known as Briar Rose and in some versions it is thorny roses which grow all over the sleeping castle. Roses are very ancient feminine symbols, once associated with Venus/Aphrodite the Goddess of love and beauty and The Virgin Mary, they are still popular symbols of love today and often considered the queen of flowers.
  • Mirror. Mirrors often have magical qualities in fairy tales. The most well known is surely the one belonging to the Queen in Snow White, which shows the truth when asked a question. There is a whole room lined with mirrors in Beauty and the Beast (possibly reminiscent of the Hall of Mir...
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • Comfort Food: Photograph food(s) you love.
  • Mind Garden: Create a photo collage of gardens and flowers.
  • Furry Friends: Photograph different textures of fur and feathers.
  • Goblin King: Take a photo of a place where you would imagine a Goblin King hangs out.
  • Memento Mori: Take a portrait or selfie recreating the style of Victorian Memento Mori.
  • Mushroom Mushroom: Take pictures of mushrooms.
  • Winter Mori: Photograph the accessories/coord you would wear during the winter.
  • Summer Mori: Create a photo collage of ‘summer colored’ flowers.
  • Traditional: Photograph something that would be considered traditional in your culture.
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +
  • seashells, plucked from the shore
  • maps of places that you have visited
  • dreams, jotted down every morning
  • currency from various countries
  • bookmarks
  • fountain pens
  • hand-written letters that you have received
  • crystals with magical properties
  • leather journals
  • tickets from various forms of transportation or events
  • jewelry, such as bracelets, necklaces or rings
  • photographs of things that you would like to remember
  • your favorite lines of poetry, written in a notebook
  • candles
  • books that have particular meaning to you
jul 30 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +

Becoming more confident is a long journey full of hard work. I’ve always had very low confidence but in the last few years I managed to become more confident than I ever imagined I’d be. Here are the things that helped me with my confidence the most:

  • Wake up with music that makes you feel good - Create a playlist of songs that make you feel alive and powerful and then listen to it every morning.
  • Stop being mean to yourself - So many of us call ourselves a disappointment on daily basis without realizing it. I want you to imagine you are talking to a friend, not yourself. You wouldn’t call your friend useless every time they mess up, would you?
  • Wear clothes you are comfortable in - I’m not necessarily talking physical comfort. You should feel beautiful in your clo...
jul 31 2019 ∞
jul 31 2019 +