|Pink Petit Parfait Coord|
|Data Carddass Game||Promotion Cards|
Pink Petit Parfait Coord (ピンクプティパルフェコーデ) is a rare coord by the cute brand Berry Parfait. It debuted in Part 1 of the Promotional Collection of the Data Carddass Aikatsu Stars! Wings of Stars series and has yet to be seen in the anime.
Pink Petit Parfait Top
A hot pink blouse covered in polka-dot print. Going down each side is a white frilly strip, while on the bottom is fabric held by a thin gold band. The sleeve cuff is pale pink with thin pink lines, while on the middle of the chest is a pastel pink section held by three gold hearts and frill lining. The collar is pearl pink fabric lined in white and adorned by a floral design. Sewn to the left of the chest is a decorative heart reminiscent of a cupcake with pale pink tails. Comes with a blue choker lined in frills with a bow on it. A hot pink and gold strawberry hangs from it. Also included are white mesh gloves with pale pink lace trim and a brown ribbon lined in gold and held by a heart.
Pink Petit Parfait Skirt
A hot pink skirt lined in gold with a frill strip above it. Dots cover the skirt, along with Berry and Parfait written in gold, along with pale flowers and decorative cupcakes. Sewn to each corner is ab brown ribbon lined in gold and held by a heart. Sticking out from the bottom is pale pink fabric with frill lining and thin pink lines covering it.
Pink Petit Parfait Shoes
Hot pink shoes with a gold sole and wedge heel. Frills line the foot insert, and in the middle is a blue bow with a thin strap attached to a ruffled ankle piece. Brown ribbon lined in gold adorns the ankle, with a gold heart in the center. Worn with these are pale pink lace socks. On the upper right leg is a blue ribbon lined in white. On the left leg are floral tattoos.
Pink Petit Parfait Headband
A hot pink ribbon lined with frills and held by a gold heart-shaped buckle. Gold heart stud earrings are included with gold beads attached to a hot pink strawberry and a rose.
- The name of the coord is derived from the uncommon French word "petit", which means "little".