If you haven't noticed, things are looking a little different over on F Yeah Lolita! I recently commissioned a picture to use as a banner from SugaryCarnevil and gave the blog a bit of a makeover. I was getting a little bit bored with looking at all that dusty salmon pink, and as much as I loved the previous banner from PetiteDeath/DarkDevi, it was time for a change! I know it's a pretty drastic change from the old theme, but I hope it's a little cleaner to navigate now. The only layout had a couple previous layouts worth of junk accumulated all over it!
I figure this is also a good time to point out some of the blog pages that I have linked up at the top that I haven't really mentioned before and have instead just sort of added to the blog without notice.
What is Lolita?: This is the place to go if you've sort of just stumbled onto the blog and Lolita in general. It has contains a collection of links called F Yeah Lolita's Crash Course In Being A Successful Lolita, which features links to all the blog articles that a newbie might find useful if they want to get into the fashion and they want to get into it now and still know everything they possibly can.
Lolita on a budget: This section is just what it sounds like! A small collection of links that might be of interest to the Lolita who's on a tight budget.
Blogging resources: This is one of the newest pages I've added and it started as just a collection of links I was keeping for myself. It features a variety of links that might be of use to the other bloggers out there, including some links aimed specifically at Lolita bloggers and a collection of miscellaneous Lolita memes that you might find fun.
Tutorials: This section has been up for a while and it's definitely one I have fun updating! It's a pretty massive list of various craft, sewing, and beauty tutorials that are of use to any crafty Lolita out there. Anything from sewing your own dresses, to styling your hair, to doing makeup, to decoing everything you own will be found on this page!
Translations: I really enjoy reading translations of Japanese articles and even just web chatter about the Lolita fashion and this is a collection of various translations I've found. These range from Novala's essays from the late 90's, to translated Gothic Lolita Bible articles, to newspaper articles, to Japanese forum posts.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions! I love getting questions and emails from people, but I do tend to get a lot of the same questions, and some of the more frequent ones are answered here. The FAQ also answers some questions I've been getting about reviews and advertisements or promotions on F Yeah Lolita.