Ageha holds two things dear to her heart: the series of purses she designs and gives away, and her overly-idolized elder sister. When her sister announces she is pregnant and is going to be wed to her loser boyfriend, Ageha couldn't be more shocked and refuses to accept the news. Meanwhile, Ageha and her friend bump into two men at the mall who seem very interested in her purse series, but little does Ageha know she will meet them again quite soon at the very establishment her sister is having her wedding dress custom made: Velvet Blue Rose! Now Ageha must prove her sewing competence in the ultimate test: making her sister's wedding dress!
I loved both these magas! They are similar in the way that the main character get a part time job with two guys, and she ends up liking the guy in charge. :) There is some rivalry as well. Happy cafe is really cute and the characters are really funny.
Although the female characters are different the male leads remind me of eachother a little. both manga revolve around sewing, and design, vb rose its wedding dresses and bag, himekei doll, its just all fashion design. Both are very cute and i recomend reading them
Yukari Hayasaka is a serious student who is held to high expectations by her overbearing mother. Excelling at her studies used to be her life's focus until one day she meets a group of fashion students who decide Yukari would be the perfect model for their latest design. While Yukari resists at first, she slowly comes to love this group of people who are living a life so different from her own. She also develops feelings for the lead designer, George Koizumi, and becomes close friends with Miwako Sakurada, her boyfriend Arashi Nagase, and Daisuke "Isabella" Yamamoto. Having these new friends in her life inspires Yukari to stop living her life the way her mother wants; so she strikes out on her own instead, determined to find what will make her happy.