Hi there! I really really want to start buliding up a wardrobe, but I'm planning on losing a lot of weight also. What are some features I can look for in lolita clothes so that it can fit me now and fit me after I'm much smaller?
You’ll definitely want to look for things with shirring. That way it can stretch to fit you now but then it can shrink down along with you.
Is Bodyline's L560 a replica of Infanta's Fruit Pie JSK? They look very similar...
It’s not a replica, they just used the same publicly available fabric.
Hello! I am currently planning my second coord and I wanted your opinion on what i have so far. I want to use L251 in black, L237 in pink, socks539 and shoes256 in pink. For a wig i wanted to use a black wig with black twin tails. What should I do for accessories?
The only thing I would change was swap the pink shoes for the same shoes in black. For accessories I would focus on pink but with hints of black and maybe sweets themed jewelry. A really big frilly bow would be perfect for headwear.
Hello! I'm a budding lolita and I was thinking of getting the Infanta Ann's Town JSK but I wanted to use a blouse I already have that's black but I don't which color of the JSK would work. I guess Im going for a gothic, classic, and country hybrid?
I honestly think either would work just as well.
I just snagged up the Icing Cookie just waist JSK in blue from IW*s summer sale. Sadly, both the headbow and the bow set was sold out. Do you have any tips for headwear that might match it?
Drawing inspiration from the print you could do something with deer, chocolate, cookies, mushrooms, or other forest themes. It’s a really cute print and you could take it in a forest themed direction or a dessert themed direction.
Hello! ^^ I'd like to ask for some advice on my first coord, please. I've bought this dress in mint lolibrary(.)org/apparel/blanche-jsk and the accent color on it is dark brown. Which colors do you think it would work best with in a coord, cream/brown, brown, black, or something else?
Cream and brown would work well with some more accents of mint maybe.