Saturday, February 2, 2013

Alice in Wonderland

Fairytales have been trending quite a lot lately and not just in movies and T.V., but in fashion as well. I've been obsessed with Alice in Wonderland for the past year. It seems since Tim Burton's release of 'Alice in Wonderland' I've been seeing the trend the past couple of spring seasons. Alice in Wonderland has also been trending on t-shirts and merchandise at Disneyland and even the old illustrations from the books are very popular with jewelry on etsy.
When it comes to the style of Alice in Wonderland, I have searched high and low for something that was close to Alice's dress but, I still haven't found anything that lives up to my standards and also doesn't cost a small fortune. However,  you never know what you can find in the vintage clothes section of antique shops or the Salvation Army.
I've even added the whimsicalness (I know it's not a word, but it works) of Alice in Wonderland, to some of my Steampunk Jewelry. Last spring, I added a line of Alice in Wonderland theme Steampunk jewelry. 

 The March Hare and the White Rabbit are perfect to add a bit of spring to your jewelry. Colors like baby blue, cream, and copper are perfect for a light spring day. Or bolder primary colors like poppy red and lemon yellow for Mad Hatter. You can also wear wisteria and silver for a Cheshire cat look.

The Modern Mad Hatter

The Modern Cheshire Cat


  1. I love Alice in Wonderland too, and all these things are so whimsical and pretty! I especially love the modern Cheshire cat, so creative =D

  2. lovely accessories! x