Rectangular headdress making a comeback
And not only the narrow Mary Magdalene-esque ones that have always been more or less timeless, even in times when the rectangular headdress had almost completely fallen out of favour. I'm basing this thought on the recent years' popularity of half bonnets and how they at first grew to amazing heights before returning to something of a more feasible size. I'm actually kind of missing the dramatic, BOBHUGE ones but people rarely pull them off well, which is why I kind of understand the trend turning to something more toned down.
Besides this I'm seeing more and more velvet coords and no longer only in gothic lolita - the jewel tones are making a steady success in classic lolita as well. A well made headdress suits this look nicely -
- but then we've come to what made the rectangular dress fall out of favour in the first place, that so few of them are actually well made. So this prediction should actually be taken as "if some talented seamstress begins to make them in high quality they have a good chance of coming back", or maybe even "I love them rectangular headdresses so pls bring them back" if we're 100% ruthless about it...
Although to be honest I do love the thin ones as well.
Qi-lolita gaining more interest
They've been coming back via mori style for a while now so it may be just a matter of time until the lolita style picks them up as well. Hopefully sooner than later, apron skirts are beautiful, carefree, comfortable and suit various body types. They can double as light jackets on a cool day, they can be removed when going indoors etc. etc. the possibilities are endless!
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