While on the idea of fruit and summer, I'd love to see some citrus fruits instead of strawberries or cherries one summer. Prints could be cutesy sweet or more classic in styling, resembling old oil painting arrayed with limes, oranges and lemons.
The retro splashes of 1950's American diners with their frothy milkshakes or even just something like the pastel pizza themes that Miss Kika has been exploring lately would make interesting themes for lolita prints. Especially for holidays like the Fourth of July, Memorial Day and Labor Day, I'd like to be able to wear something that expresses American tropes.
Different Kinds of Florals
While roses are popular lolita motifs and pansies have made the occasional appearance, a whole world of florals remains to be explored by main line lolita brands. Summery hibiscus and lovely orchids could line the borders of different cuts, and white lilies would be a particularly beautiful print to wear when Easter comes around each year.
That concludes some of the ideas that have come to mind when thinking of different styles of lolita prints that I would love to see. Please comment below if you have something you'd love to see too, and be sure to check out the other Lolita Blog Carnival participants below.
Päivänvarjon alla/ Under the Parasol * Kawaii No Hawaii * Daily Fuckery * Pepins de Pom & co * New Vogue Children * Alice In Lolitaland