For anyone who isn't already familiar with it, natural kei is all about loose fit, layers, and a natural, country look. Check out my "What is natural kei?" page for more information about this style.
Regarding the layers of this outfit, I used one dress, two underskirts, and three shawls. I gathered one side of the dress up with a pin to make the underskirts more noticeable from the front and create the appearance of even more volume. Natural kei doesn't typically use crinoline petticoats, so multiple layers help create the impression of depth and softness.
It was really fun trying to style her in the traditional Pink House way, with lots of layers and volume mixed with cute, quirky accessories. The red dress, teddy bear skirt, and teddy bear brooches are the only actual Pink House items. The tassel accessory and green bow in her hair are from the Etsy shop Mousse au Chocolat, a brand that works really well with morigirl and natural kei.
I think Bianca looks lovely in Pink House clothes! Many people might be overwhelmed by this much material, but she seems completely at ease in the many layers. If you can't get enough Bianca, check out her blog, Curly B!
I couldn't let the day end without getting one moss picture. I don't want winter to end, but seeing that patch of velvety green was very stirring. I think I may be ready for spring now!