Kumya’s Sweet Ice Cream is a print series made by Japanese lolita fashion brand Baby, the Stars Shine Bright. When Baby, the Stars Shine Bright dropped the preview for this print back in early 2020, I knew I had to have it because it featured my favorite dessert, ice cream. There are a lot of ice cream prints in lolita fashion, but not many of them come in a black colorway. I entered the lottery reservation through BtSSB’s San Fransisco branch and managed to score my preferred cut and colorway! It sat in my wardrobe for awhile, but I finally wore it out.
The print features the brand’s two mascots, usakumya and kuma kumya enjoying various forms of ice cream. Well, I, too, enjoy ice cream. Every once in awhile, my goth self indulges in some sweet lolita style. The print was a perfect match to check out the Sailor Moon-inspired pop-up that took place at one of Houston’s soft serve establishments since I don’t own any Sailor Moon themed accessories.
- Dress: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Kumya’s Sweet Ice Cream JSK I
- Top: Angelic Pretty Colorful Scalloped Collar Blouse
- Bottom: MeLikesTea Pleated Voile Petticoat, MeLikesTea Cotton Candy Organza Petticoat
- Leg: Angelic Pretty Milky Planet Knee Socks
- Shoes: Cotton Candy Feet Shiny Unicorn Queen Shoes
- Head: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Usakumya Headband, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Kuma Kumya Headband
- Bag: Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Ice Cream Kuma Kumya Pochette, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Ice Cream Usakumya Pochette, Zenni Optical Model 212321 Glasses
- Accessories: MintyMix cotton candy brooch, Shoujo Monsta ice cream brooch, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Emblem B-mark Ring, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Milk Crown Ring (2019), Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Usakumya Ice Cream Charm, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright Kuma Kumya Ice Cream Charm
I definitely felt like a walking Baby, the Stars Shine Bright advertisement with the amount of kumya merchandise I had on which is not a complaint. Also, I tried out a sweeter makeup style for once. Usually, I just do The One look I know how to do. This time I used pink eyeshadow to match the pink parts of the print. It looks strange to me, but I probably just have to get used to such a vivid color on my face.
If you’d like to see more of my lolita coords, check out My Outfits page!