This Autumn and Winter I've become quite interested in mori girl style! It has a very romantic-woodsy-fairytale appeal with a dash of mysteriousness. I've had a lot of fun sketching out characters and sketches that are "forest girl" inspired although I myself am not sure if I'd want to make a big closet makeover into total mori girl. Seeing it on other people and using it as an influence in character design is one thing, but wearing shapeless below-the-knee dresses 24/7 is something I'm not sure I can commit to. Maybe a couple of pieces here and there will suffice for me.Instead, beyond the clothing style, what I'm enjoying most out of this trend is finding mori girl inspired home decor. I used to be strictly clean-cut contemporary home design only kind of gal, but suddenly I've found newfound appreciation for rustic accents and shabby cottage inspired interiors. I love the idea of having lush green plants growing all about the house and I'm trying to come up with a way to introduce this home decor style to the half-room I rent at school, but it's been tough. Maybe I'll post a couple of pictures for a room tour of sorts and see if any reader might have any suggestions :) But that'll have to wait until I go back in January because for now I am home free for the holidays!
|Typical mori girl, for example.|
|mori style living room, super cute!|