You’re welcome! I don’t think it would be much of a problem unless the dress was made of very thin fabric like chiffon. It doesn’t stick up very far so I think it should be fine.
Looking at the bottom view they give I would say it looks like it should be just as fluffy, but it’s a bit difficult to say for sure without seeing it worn under something. If you can, I would still ask to see it worn under a skirt or dress. If you can’t though, I would say it’s probably okay anyway, especially if you’re getting it for a good price. It looks like it should be nice.
Nope, I have no such questions in my inbox.
However, I might be able to answer it right now based on what you’ve said without actually seeing the petticoat. Is it a seller on the comm sales or something similar to that? If so, just ask some questions such as how long they have had it and ask if you could possibly see pictures of it worn close to when they got it and then a picture of it being worn now so you can see how fluffy it is.
(If this isn’t the case and isn’t helpful please feel free to ask your full question again.)
I have literally never heard that. From my experience that isn’t true at all. The whole petticoat should be soft, there’s no specific part for you to sit on.
If the garters are visible it will definitely look ero, but… are they these bloomers? Because they’re short enough that there’s no reason they would be visible in Lolita anyway, so I don’t see you having any problems unless your skirt is just way too short.
The price isn’t in yen, it’s in yuan. They use the same symbol but TaoBao is Chinese.
Classical Puppets offers custom sizing so it doesn’t matter how big or small you are, anyone can buy them.
The sizes are different. I is the shortest and has the least fluff, II is the same length but has more fluff (It actually says right on the item page “The difference between II and I is that II is poofier than I.”) III probably has around the same amount of fluff as I, but it is a few cm longer.
I have never had a problem with my super fluffy CP petti fitting under a dress. There is definitely such thing as too much fluff which is when the petticoat is so huge the skirt starts to look more like a sausage than a cupcake, but I’ve never had that problem.
It honestly took me a few minutes of moving fabric around but I’ve discovered the secret. The Super Fluffy Bell-shape petti is only two layers. Each layer is made of two tiers of organza (and a layer of cotton under it as a slip) which are gathered in different amounts, the bottom tier of the bottom layer being gathered the most. There are several yards of organza in each tier and they are gathered so tightly that they create huge ruffles and if you were to look at the petticoat from the bottom it would look like there’s about ten layers in there.
The Super Fluffy A-line petti is actually only one layer of organza and, once again, a layer of cotton under it as a slip. The trick is the amount of organza that is in that layer. It’s set up in three tiers, each one having more gathered fabric than the rest so it gets more fluffy as it goes down. Once again, these tiers are tightly gathered so it looks like there are a ton of layers to it when actually there is only one.
It’s the combination of the good quality organza, strategic tiers, and tight gathers of tons of the organza that make them so fluffy and last so long.