So, uhm, since the photographer is not going to give me my full photoshoot any time soon X°D, I'll just post the pictures I have - which are just random pics someone took during the walk XD.
I decided to pull out an ero-loli outfit not only because quite few people know and wear ero loli, but also because it was HOT AS HELL outside and I knew I wouldn't have been able to keep on tights or knee-high socks, or, worse, a blouse!, all day. This is the same reason why I didn't wear a wig, even though I had one with me. Actually, it was so hot that I got a sunburn on my shoulders.
It had never happened to me before, to get a sunburn while I was walking, but I hadn't taken into account the fact that Venice is near the sea. Or better: it is an island, so it was like I'd been on the beach without my sunscreen. That sunburn took me almost three weeks to heal X°D
You can right-click on the pics and open them in a new tab for a better resolution :D
This is all of us together. We were quite a few, huh?
Someone brought a child <3 can you see that little blonde girl dressed in white, in the middle? She was so adorable. I mean literally; when she had to go home, she came to each one of us, she hugged us and gave us a kiss on the cheek. So sweet <3!
These are close-ups on me, which doesn't really make sense to post since you can't see my face - which is pretty much the point of a close-up XD but you can see my dress and my accessories, which are the most interesting things about me XD
I don't know why my hair looks reddish, I guess that's because the photographer played around with saturation and lights. You can see its real colour in the pictures below :D
This is Beatrice, who came in a country/classic outfit. They asked us to pose together because of the contrast between our outfits :D
Later on we exchanged clothes and she gave me a gorgeous pink classic dress; I have to wear it at least once before summer's over... but I don't have proper shoes for classic >_<!
The girl sitting below is the photographer <3
And these are pictures of the lolitas in the event! There was only five of us (there was a girl with a casual lolita outfit, but she isn't in this pic; you can see her in the first picture, she's next to us). I was very surprised, since in Italy the most well-known japanese alternative style is lolita. But luckily, we had quite a lot of diversity :D!
All in all, not everyone was wearing a japanese style, but oh well, it was nice to spend a day with a lot of alternatives who liked manga and anime and fashion just like I do. I can't wait for the next Harajuku Fashion Walk :)!
Has any of you ever been to one? :D