Anonymous:
Hi, I just wanted to second your answer about the Classical Puppets bloomers. I love mine, they're well constructed, comfortable, and cute, but the elastic is not forgiving, so definitely go custom sized.

Good to know! Thanks for your input.

Anonymous:
Hello! Do you know anything about the fit of Classical Puppets bloomers? It is stated that their waistbands stretch to 100 cm maximum. I was wondering if they would (comfortably) be able to accommodate hips that are about 110 cm, or if I would have to get custom sizing? I've never bought bloomers before, & I'm unsure if there is more room in the hip/rump area than in the waistband, or if they are both 100 cm max. Thank you for your time. Love your blog. <3

I would go ahead and get them custom. I know that with their petticoats they can usually stretch a little farther than the max they give but I imagine bloomers would be different because they’re more enclosed around the legs and butt. It’s a little less convenient to get them custom sized but it’s worth it to be more comfortable.

Anonymous:
Would the super fluffy bell shaped petticoat you suggested in the FAQ fit under most skirts? It looks really nice and the price seems great, but I'm ordering a jsk from bodyline to go over it, and I'm wondering whether it could be /too/ full.

I have never had a problem with it not fitting under anything. It’s super fluffy but not obnoxiously fluffy.

I've noticed you've been getting a lot of questions about this lately; I ordered two CP petticoats through qutieland in early November and it only just now says they've been shipped out. Just be patient! :)

Thanks!

Anonymous:
To the Classical Puppet's anon: My petticoat was in processing for what felt like forever (it was nearly three months), and then it arrived within two weeks of after that. I wouldn't be too worried, the make time is somewhere around 45-50 days and that does exclude weekends, so it takes some time, and it will take a while for that status to change. Hope that helps!

Thanks!

Anonymous:
i hear about CP bell shaped pettis being really good, should I expect that their a-line pettis are just as good?

I used to have their super fluffy A-line as well and it was great. I eventually sold it because I sold the only dress I ever used it for but I got it second hand and it was great and the friend I sold it to loved it as well. It was reeeealy fluffy though, even fluffier than my bell-shaped one so for most use the regular A-line would probably be more reasonable than the super fluffy A-line like I said in the FAQ.

Hello Lady of the Lace! What type of Petticoat should Classical Puppet Alice in Wonderland OP From 'QutieLand' and Classical Puppet Royal Carousel OP have? I can't really tell.

Bell-shaped for both.

Anonymous:
if i sit on a classical puppet petticoat for long periods of time, such as in school, will it deflate?

Not really. I’ve worn mine for longer periods of time than you would spend in a class and the most I’ve ever had to do was wiggle them around a bit when I stand up to even out the layers.

Anonymous:
Do you personally think a Classical Puppet's Alice in Wonderland line coord a good way to start a Lolita wardrobe?

I don’t see why not. It’s a cute and fairly simple set and the Alice in Wonderland theme allows for a lot of ease when coordinating it because it’s such a popular theme in Lolita you shouldn’t have trouble finding things to wear it with.

Anonymous:
Do you know if any of Classical Puppet's petticoats have shirring?

Yes, they all have full elastic waists.