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cadney:

brad-t and I ♡inspired by this photo

cadney:

brad-t and I ♡
inspired by this photo

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dolldelight:

Long overdue photo set, blog post here. This was me and Jessie Lee, modeling the dresses I made, Lumiere on me, and Scarlet Medallion on Jessie Lee during Pacific Media Expo 2013. Photos by Erskine Noel.

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latinlolitas:

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latinlolitas:

Karine
Brasil

Shinobu

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chibi-onion:

My outfit for today~ a simple & classic lolita outfit for the international lolita day 

*Jumperskirt: Bodyline & my own custom work.
*Shirt: Stradivarius.
*Brooch: handmade.
*Others: socks, cameo necklace, hair accesory and shoes are off-brand.


Please reblog if you like it ^^

Anonymous:
Hi! I was interested in getting into Punk Lolita fashion and was wondering what you thought of these pieces. (sorry if you've already given your opinions of these) Bodyline L135 in navy, p119 in red, p193 in black, and p306

L135 is fine depending on how you wear it (I recommend losing the choker and adding a blouse.) p119 isn’t bad. The overlay isn’t great but it’s not terrible and it could work out if you coord it well. p193 is nice, I like that one a lot. I’m not at all a fan of p306 though and it doesn’t really strike me as something that I would see in Punk Lolita.

Anonymous:
Hi lady of the frills I was wondering if body line shoes are bigger then listed. I measured my foot and it was 22.5cm so then my shoe size would be 225 . But if i wanted to make sure they fit i would want 230 right? But i read that the sizes are half a size bigger then listed Thanks in advance

It depends on the shoes. Some of them are true to size and some run a little big. I would suggest looking for reviews on the specific shoes you’re looking for and if you can’t find any it’s probably best to just go with the actual measurement of your foot since many of them do tend to run a bit big.

Anonymous:
Do you think i could make a lolita coord with the ruffle blouse and tulle lace skirt from Dolly Dynamite?

The blouse could probably work but I would say no to the skirt. It’s very short and while it has a little volume it doesn’t look like it would hold a petticoat for a proper Lolita shape.

Anonymous:
If im wearing lolita and someone asks me what im dressed up as/wearing what should i say instead of just saying lolita?

Just say “I’m not dressed up as anything, this is just how dress.” or “These are just normal clothes for me.” If they ask you to elaborate just say it’s a Japanese fashion. That’s usually enough for most people.

Anonymous:
Hey, so I plan on ordering from F+F soon, but I would like to ask... As a male ordering female items, and giving custom measurements, would I have to add or subtract centimeters? Because I wouldn't think so. But I am still worried that it might fit me awkwardly if I give perfect exact measurements.

Give your exact measurements and they’ll be made to your measurements. Don’t add or subtract anything.

Anonymous:
I'm saving up for the Wonder Queen JSK, but I'm worried that by the time I can get it it won't be popular any more...

Who cares? It’s a great dress and you should get it if you want it. Don’t worry about it being popular or not.