Pancake Akane, who adores the casual cute style, is going retro sweet this autumn! With bottleneck collars and large prints, she brings out a slightly nostalgic sweetness ❤ Dress up these items with trinket accessories for a girlish style!
Point 1: Pink & lavender are my favourites this autumn!
“Pink has always been my favourite since I was a child, so I’ll never let it go. As for lavender, I first saw it during a fall/winter collection show, and I fell in love with its cuteness ❤ I love girlish knit tops that come in these colours ♪”
1. Cardigan / Lily Brown
“Its compact size makes it compatible with dresses.”
2. Blouse / MINIMUM
“The mini frills along the collar and sleeves are the highlight!”
3. Bag / SMIRNASLI
“I ❤ the fluffy material, and it can store many things too.”
4. Necklace / WILLSELECTION
“The sweet flower motifs complete any outfit.”
5. Knit top / snidel
“I’d love to pair it with a flared skirt!”
Pink, blue, lavender, mint etc… This autumn, the mature and cute ice pastel colours are in vogue ❤
Fashion in bottom left images
Knit top / Lily Brown
Skirt / MERCURY Bijou
TALANTON Shoes / diana
Earrings / Three Four Time
Necklace / rosebullet
Studded Ribbon x Fluffy Half-up
“I love this half-up style, as the bangs frame my face and the curls are so girly. The rockish studded ribbon is really trendy now too.”
Blouse with strappy dress / Ank Rouge Shibuya 109 Store
Studded Ribbon Barette / Model’s own
How To Style
Step 1: Do mix curls on all your hair. Gather all the hair above your ears and secure on top of your head. Leave some strands to frame your face.
Step 2: Take sections of tied-up hair and pull them apart vertically to add volume.
Step 3: For the hair that’s not tied up, take sections and pull them apart horizontally. Make sure to do small sections at a time!
Step 4: Use your hands to loosen up your hair, then pin the ribbon to hide the hairtie.
Hooded Balloon Coat x Fluffy Twin Tails
Hooded Balloon Coat / Ank Rouge Shibuya 109 Store
Other items / Model’s own
How to Style
Step 1: Split hair into 2 equal halves, then secure each side high above the ear with hairties.
Step 2: Use a thick-bristled brush to loosen the curls.
Step 3: After loosening the curls, take sections of your hair between your fingers and slide them from tip upwards to add volume.
How To Do Mix Curls
Step 1: We will be working with a 26 mm curler.
Step 2: Divide your hair into halves. Gather up the hair above the ears and divide it into 3 sections. Secure each section with a separate hairtie.
Step 3: The back should look like this.
Step 4: Take a small section of hair nearest to your face, and do an inward curl. The curl should curl in towards your face.
Step 5: Make sure to curl all the way up to the roots. Turn the curler inwards, making sure that the hair ends are nicely curled too.
Step 6: Take the next section of hair and do an outward curl. The curl should curl out away from your face.
Step 7: Continue alternating inward and outward curls until complete. Loosen the lowest hairtie and do inward curls on this section of hair.
Step 8: Loosen the next hairtie and do outward curls on this section of hair. This alternating technique prevents the curls from bunching together.
Step 9: Repeat until all hair has been curled. Take sections of hair at the top of your head and curl the roots by moving the curler left and right.
Step 10: Now, the curls are tightly wound into bunches. Use your fingers to gently pull them apart.
Step 11: Curl the remaining hair in a large curve to frame your face.
Step 12: The mix curl look is done!
Antique dresses are highly recommended for spring!
Roses, angels, cameos… It’s Ank’s original print design. Note the ribbons at the collar ♪
Original print dress, choker, thick-soled shoes with Ank logo / Ank Rouge
Flower crown / model’s own