Accessories & Jewellery Buy & DIY Kawaii Fashion

Coquette Fashion Buys & DIYs

Posted on April 9, 2024 by

Coquette fashion has been making waves – and for a good reason! Basically, think of bows, ruffles, lace, and anything cute and dainty. If you’re looking to expand your wardrobe or want to learn a bit more about this style, keep reading for a mix of shopping picks and DIYs.

Coquette fashion

Unique Vintage (US) has a lot of cute clothes fitting the coquette aesthetic, including this Smak Parlour striped pink blouse which comes with ruffles comes and strawberry patterns. It’s a great way to instantly add a pop of color to your outfit. Sizes XS-XL & plus sizes 1X-4X.

Coquette fashion

This pleated long dress skirt from mr-greenwood (TW) gives a “retro feeling of being in Kyoto” and comes with pockets, which makes for a big plus. It’s available in sizes S-L, and you can even change the colors of the suspenders and belt.

Coquette bags

Stash your important items in this coquette bow blue floral makeup bag/pencil case from MoutiquesBoutique (UK). Don’t forget to check out the shop for even more pouches and purses in the same aesthetic.

crochet bows pattern

Twinkie Chan has free crochet bow patterns in four styles, so you have different options to choose from. They’re all easy to follow to add bows to your favorite clothes or even make accessories. See them in action in Twinkie’s reel.

Watch on YouTube

Make your own coquette bloomers using this worksheet from Leanne of Moth and Rust DIY. There’s even a YouTube video tutorial for you to follow along to create these ruffled shorts.

DIY coquette bags

Check out this big bow bag crochet pattern from Devout Hand to make your own satchel in your choice of color. If smaller bags are more your thing, the shop also offers a discounted pack with patterns for both bow bag sizes.

Lastly, note that while coquette literally means “a flirtatious woman,” the style mainly embodies a lot of femininity and playful charm, which also ties in well with kawaii culture. For more inspo, check out accounts such as @tokyotolagirl and @nopnapasorn on Instagram.

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