Break out of your Style

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My style reflects my persona, and my persona is quite diverse. I am mommy in one moment, business woman in another, or portray a facet of fictional characters to connect to my pop culture fans.
What I wear varies almost on a day to day basis pending my mood.
Lately things have been intense and I’ve been feeling solemn. I sought to find the appropriate outfit to reference my state and recalled the Harajuku brand, Sheglit, featured in popular Japanese magazine Gothic & Lolita Bible.

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Sheglit’s attention to acute detail and high quality fabrics are impeccable.

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Sheglit is a fairly new label, created by Japanese Designer Imai of former gothic brand, Black Peace Now. Sheglit introduces gothic elements into high fashion to develop a new style combining chic and artistic and can be dressed for formal or casual.
I am honored to be the first to showcase the brand outside of Japan. Moody Mansions in Galveston, Texas provided a beautiful backdrop for us.
The colors of Sheglit are sophisticated and I felt classically elegant. It took me from that solemn place I was in and transferred my state to one of fantasy and daydreaming. It was what I needed to be inspired again to create, manage, and execute my ongoing projects. I love that fashion can do that for me. By trying something new, I can alter my state of mind and exemplify my diverse persona.
Many of us tend to play it safe with fashion. We are faithful to a monotonous style, whether it’s sticking to the same colors, patterns, or types of clothing and accessories in our wardrobe. We get comfortable and fear trying a new look or style. In the past several years, I have embraced all types of fashion styles and learnt to rid of the self doubt in trying something new. I invite you to not be safe in fashion. Instead, be courageous with it. Would you attempt to break out of your style?
XOXO,
Deneice

Would you like to see Sheglit Featured in the 2017 Japanese Fashion Show in Houston? Leave a comment below and let us know.

OUTFIT DETAILS

Blouse: Sheglit
Corset: Sheglit
Skirt: Sheglit
Shoes: Steve Madden

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CREDITS

Photography by Judy Escalante
Hair by Rosie Arizpe
Separator image Posted in Fashion.

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  1. 1
    Cindy Van

    Oh my goodness! That outfit is so heavenly that my breath is taken away! I love the design and silhouette of the coordinate and reminds me of an angel; very elegant and light. From this outfit alone, I think I may have found a new brand to venture out in and I can’t wait to see more from them! Very beautiful and lovely pictures :]

    I knew Galveston had many historical places but I never imagine such a jaw dropping place as Moody Mansion!! Will definitely visit there when I go back to Galveston! Thank you for sharing!

    • 2
      Deneice Leigh

      Thank you, Cindy! The ensemble is as gorgeous in person as it is on film! The Moody Mansion is extraordinary, with rich colors and made for amazing backdrops. I will have to go back for another shoot in the future 🙂

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    Dana

    I would love to see more of this elegant style! To me it seems more mature but still whimsical. The white outfit pictured is very beautiful – it gives off a soft and serene elegance. The shoes seem to be a great match for this outfit, continuing the light and flowing feel. And the location seems a perfect background for this look! I would love to visit Moody Gardens!

    • 4
      Deneice Leigh

      Thank you for your input, Dana! I agree, this a mature elegant style and eccentric at the same time. I love the flow of the skirt!

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    Marmi

    Dress is gorgeous! I think it could even be a unique wedding dress. You don’t see many if any that length, that are off the shoulder yet still with nice straps. Yes definitely have them for the fashion show!

    • 6
      Deneice Leigh

      I didn’t think of it for a uniue wedding dress, but definitely agree it could be! Thank you for your input, Marmi! <3

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    Neo Queen Serenity

    Such an elegant maturity! Would love to see more of their designs in the fashion show!
    Especially since it’s part of the goth category, I will be excited to buy from their line. The elegance and maturity that this dress brings the angelic side of the fashion.

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    Daniela Michel

    For me is incredibly refreshing to see a new label emerging. Sheglit is a must in next years Fashion Show, I can totally picture top models walking the runway with these romantic and elegant designs, so haute couture!
    Deneice, you look beautiful. And you are right, seeing you push boundaries on your style makes me want to leave my confort zone. Maybe I should try Sheglit too.
    XOXO

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    Judy Escalante

    I was so impressed with this design. The style of their clothing are phenomenal and are just my taste. Can’t wait to see more in the future and having my own outfit from them too! 🙂

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    Rue Virgo

    How beautiful! I love this piece. It looks quite flowing and light. It gives off an enchantment feeling. I would love to see more from this brand. It’s quite lovely!

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    Kate

    I love seeing a new brand introduced in this way! I’ve noticed Sheglit since they’ve been put in GLB and I can’t wait for them to take the world by storm.

    • 17
      Deneice Leigh

      Thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed the article. I wouldn’t have known about it either, without Gothic & Lolita Bible magazine!

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    Jackie

    This dress is absolutely fabulous! It’s so elegant, and I’m definitely going to look into this brand! I would want to wear this style to formal events and such, and the heels are a nice pairing as well! Love it!

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