I am a lover of beautiful vintage, historical things.
But, I also love watching anime. Yes, I am a weird
mix of those things! If you do not know already,
"One Piece" anime for me is the best and greatest
manga and anime ever written and made. It's just
simply a masterpiece, a pièce de ré·sis·tance.
Though it has been on since 1997,
I only started watching it last last year. I fell in love with it,
and always, always at the end of each episode
that I watch, wow, every episode is genius.
After each episode, I'm always, "wow, Oda is such
Always, if I watch an episode, it was inpossible
for me not to watch the next one. Yes, I admit,
I've spent countless sleepless nights and mornings
watching One Piece.
Yes, I was far
behind, but the current arc will soon lead to a chapter
about samurai. And also with the current chapter, the story
is getting intense now, introducing us to new and really
great characters that all hold a big part in the story itself.
I am really excited about the samurai arc, and I wanted
to move ahead with the episodes because I wanted to
be in sync with the current chapter, and yes, I did it!
After many sleepless nights, I am finally one of millions
who are awaiting the next CURRENT manga chapter and
If you are not familiar with One Piece, each arc
is about Luffy's(the protagonist) next adventure in a new island.
And all the islands are based in real life countries or cities.
And Oda sensei perfectly turns it into perfection!
He stays true to the theme and feel of each country.
The previous arc, Dressrosa is inspired by Spain and Italy.
Mostly, I can say there is more Spain there,
and the supporting female characters in that arc
all wear dresses with ruffled hems. And Violet chan is
a great flamenco dancer. I really adored the
dresses. Also Rebecca's mother's looks.
I really adored the theme. So I hunted down some
ruffled dresses inspired by Dressrosa.
Yosh, I'll see you in Wano!