Thursday, July 28, 2011

Goth and Cosplay Accessories and Handmade Parasols

KCDragonfly on EtsyThe first thing I noticed about today's shop when I stopped by to take a browse around was this gorgeous parasol and after a quick browse, I found a handful more of them as well.

In North America today, parasols are used as fashion statements in many different styles of dress from goth to cosplay, Lolita, Victorian steampunk, wedding fashion and more. When I was little, I had one that was used to protect my skin from the sun because I'm so fair skinned. In today's shop you'll find a variety of these pretty, decorative items that, no matter the purpose you want them for, are sure to make the girl inside smile.

Also in KCDragonfly on Etsy, you can find goth fashion stockings, tarot card pouches and cell phone bags. (In fact, they have one with a dragon fly on it that I'm so in love with!)

There is also a variety of jewelry depicting ankhs, dragonflies, glass beads and more.

Kristine Cherry from Tarzana has a lot of creative interests and a definite flair towards the Gothic fashion and if you enjoy the style of the parasol you see here in this post you're sure to love a browse through her shop!

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT KRISTINE'S KCDRAGONFLY SHOP ON ETSY AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, YOU CAN CLICK RIGHT HERE.

If you like what you see in Kristine's shop, you may also enjoy visiting the absolutely gorgeous KCDragonfly blog!


[This blog post is a "BESTeam Feature" for the Boosting Etsy Shops Team. The BESTeam is dedicated to helping its members promote their shops and assisting each other in marketing, advertising and sharing the tips and tricks of running an online business. If you are a seller on Etsy and are interested in becoming a member of the BESTeam, the team is accepting new members and you can find more information about the team as well as apply to become a member HERE.]

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