May I introduce you to myself?

My name is Erin and I have this obsession with Lolita.  I love to draw, design, sew and dressing up.    These are not only hobbies but my career as well.  I’m an Artist-in-Residence at a local youth theater and also have a freelance business called Everyday Alice Boutique.  I have been active in Lolita since 2011 and have literally built almost my entire wardrobe.  I also enjoy anything Star Wars, Dragon Age, Hello Kitty, Tangled, SWTOR and other generally nerdy, cute things.

This blog will feature posts about all things sewing and Lolita.  You will find tutorials, coordinates, meet-up recaps, personal projects and Everyday Alice Boutique updates, among a plethora of other topics.  If you ever have any questions, comments or ideas, I’m always open to suggestions!

I am a graduate of the UNC School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Costume Design & Technology.
Contact Personally for Professional Resume.

3 thoughts on “.about

  1. Hi Erin,
    My name is Jenny. I live in Oklahoma and I am a very beginner lolita. I love the fashion and I have been sewing all of my own skirts. I just wanted you to know that you are an inspiration to me as an older loli to incorporate this fashion into a more daily attire type of wear and you have shown me that it is possible not to have to go out into public completely over exaggerated covered with tiny pieces of candy and a pink bonnet in order to call myself a lolita. I love your tutorials and I will continue to watch them as you make more. With much admiration,

  2. Hello Erin. I’m Shahreen and I only started to dress in Lolita since 2014. I live in Bangladesh and I’m the only Lolita there. I’d like to make my own dresses but I’m a beginner sewist and my sewing skills are poor. Most of my Lolita clothes are tailor-made.

    1. Being a lonely Lolita can be hard, but Momoko from Kamikaze Girls I’m sure would be a great encouragement to you if you haven’t seen the movie yet! And there are lots of tutorials – not just mine! – on the internet to get ou started on sewing your own Lolita clothing! If you have access to a sewing machine, I say go for it!

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