I believe you can cancel the order as long as it hasn’t been very long since you placed it. If you ordered something custom and they’ve already started working on it I very highly doubt they’ll let you. If you want to try canceling your order send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s item number TP00136. I don’t believe it’s available yet. It’s on their preview page but not actually in the shop.
No it still sits at the natural waist, it just looks like it sits at the hips in some picture because they’re wearing the matching vest and the ruffle cuts around the hips.
If you look at this picture:
It looks a little like it starts at the hips because of that ruffle, but if you look above the ruffle it actually starts to flare around the waist.
And if you look at this picture of just the skirt:
You can see better that it would sit at the waist.
That all being said while we’re on the subject, although they’re not all that common, there are dropwaist Lolita dresses like this one for example where you would just wear a shorter petticoat and wear it at the point where the dress flares from.
The only coord I could find with it aside from the model pictures was this one from theotakuprincess which is lovely but I’m disappointed that I haven’t seen more around because I think it’s a gorgeous print.
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I’m not sure how I feel about the JSK yet. The bodice reminds me of a figure skating costume, but I loooove the skirt. The colors look so beautiful and of course I’m a fan of the subject matter. Of course nobody ever makes prints of my favorite Shakespeare plays but I do love John Simmons’ paintings.
I actually really like the printing on the gray one. I think the slightly faded look gives it a bit of an antique feel which works really well for the design. I think that idea could actually serve as a great jumping off point for a coordinate.
Although if you like the red version better, I don’t think it would actually be as difficult to coordinate as you think. You could easily put it with an all black coord since there’s already a good bit of black in the dress and then just get red accessories to add to it and the balance should work out just fine.
I think it’s super cute. I would like to point out though if you didn’t know, it is a semi-replica of this skirt (the style is replicated but they used different colors.) I don’t know whether it makes any difference to you or not and if you don’t care that’s fine, I just know that some people are very careful to stay away from any sort of replicas so I thought I would point it out just in case.
As for the shape, you’re right it would be bell-shaped.
I would definitely say A-line, but you can totally use something with a bit more poof than what’s shown in the main picture. If you look at this one she has more volume and I think it looks perfect with this amount.