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Blue Sky Museum Amazing Coord (あおぞらミュージアムアメイジング) is a Cool Type coord from the brand Holic Trick Classic. This coord has been first worn by Aroma Kurosu in Episode 54. This coord is a recolor of the Twilight Museum Amazing Coord.
|Episode 54||Aroma Kurosu|
"The Museum has changed some of your coord. There is art on display in your blue sky pattern skirt."
A cyan corset composed of gold lines and shapes. A piece of plum-colored material traces the top to match the three diamond gems and colored sections. Around the stomach is a thick brown band with a heart design adorned with a single small purple diamond or heart, along with a gold bead at every few inches on the top and bottom. From the upper chest to the collar is a dark blue piece of material lined in gold, with dark green sleeves covered by thin gold lines and a cuff. On each wrist and lower arm is a gold accessory.
A ruffled dark green skirt with six lines of gold around it, giving it a layered tutu design. The waist band is light blue with faded white markings to resemble a sky. On the front and back are two flaps, while each side holds one. Each flap is lined in gold with a plum-colored winged heart lined in gold, with a portrait on top of it, this being either a diamond depicting Neko, or a circle with a black cat in it. The inside of each flap is dark purple with a gold line design.
Dark blue pumps with a gold underneath and two gold lines tracing the foot insert, where a single purple diamond rests in the center. Attached to each shoe is a brown piping traceling up the leg, with some portions having a piece of material in it, either being dark green or plum. At the cuff on top is a melon heart with gold wings attached.
A brown hat with a row of gold circled studs around the top. The middle is dark green with either the circle with melon background, or the diamond of plum with Neko inside of it.
Blue Sky Museum Amazing Top