Petit Egoist 1 Year Anniversary Shop Giveaway

Hello, some of you may know it is 1 year since opening my shop!
Today I am sponsoring a giveaway so you can win some cute clothes for your wardrobe :)
prize include d.i.a knit skull dress, zebra print setup, belt, necklace, zip up hoodie, and ‘ARMY’ logo top

How to enter (all are eligible for 1 entry each):
- ‘LIKE’ the Petit Egoist Facebook page
- be a follower on my blog
- follow me on Twitter @riakoakuma
- follow on Instagram @gloriaaai & repost the pic
- reblog this Tumblr entry!

Good Luck to everyone and this is open to anywhere in the world!
Contest will end September 1, 2014 12pm Pacific Time

- I will post the winners on the Petit Egoist Facebook page within a week after ending
- winner has 3 days to contact me with shipping information, then I will choose another winner
- First place winner will have the option of this prize or $200 voucher to use in the shop
- Second place winner will have $100 to use towards the shop

Thank you!!







Hello there, August.

i’d have the exact reaction



I don’t blame her ass at all… SHIIIIIIIT

I mean RIGHT!?

"…tanned skin, pencil thin eyebrows, long, straight hair dyed light brown, mini-skirts and platform boots. She can sing, she can dance, sure. But it’s that look that catapulted Namie Amuro to the top of the heap of Japan’s teen queens. Flocks of "Amuraas" soon appeared all over Japan, young girls mimicking her style, down to the tattoo shaped like a bar code she wears on her right wrist." - TIME asia, 2000

After a decade-long drought with no teen queen, Japanese pop culture is awash with images of Namie Amuro, a 19-year-old from Okinawa. Her popularity can be seen on the streets, where young women dress like her, and heard in the language, where a new word was coined to describe those who copy her style. “Amuraa" refers to young women with golden tans, long hair dyed brown, heavy makeup and short, tight T-shirts." - International Herald Tribune, 1996

"Japanese, a language promiscuously open to neologisms, has recently added a new term to its lexicon: Amuraa, a proper noun describing a breed of young woman ubiquitous in the fashionable parts of Tokyo.” - The Independent, 1996

"Komuro penned one hit for her in 1995, Body Feels Exit, and Amuro at 17 was suddenly bigger than Madonna in Japan. Her concerts sold out within ten minutes of tickets going on sale. What followed defined the entire idol concept. Her tanned skin, common on Okinawa, suddenly became a must-have look for teenage girls across Japan and self-tanning lotion sales exploded. Every detail of her clothes, her make-up, and her accessories were copied by hundreds of thousands of girls, who began calling themselves the “Amuraa.”" - The Times, 2005

(Source: lovenhanced)



For those wondering where Yuru-tans been and why she deleted EVERYFUCKINGTHING, shes a female pro-wrestler now… intent on using her new platform to respark the gyaru boom. Ladies and gents, the Sifow of this generation. Yurutan, now known as Kotabuki Yuri.

wait that is actually the coolest thing ever

just gonna disappear for a while only to return as a trendy pro wrestler

just gonna flip some girls and break some necks all while wearing alba rosa hot pants