>>8791287 Pretty simple to start with. I am looking forward to this. I just want a more wearable daily wardrobe.I also need more hosiery and cardigans. Blouses never suited me and I think the appropriate cardigan/bolero makes the coord look more mature..
Honestly I think it's a good idea too but I feel like it'll start out strong and then loose steam in a couple of weeks. But my wardrobe goals are simple this year: get more stuff. I finally got my first brand yesterday and I want more. And that fits in perfectly with my New Years resolutions "smaller waist bigger closet"
I do mostly female crossplays and I was wondering how to get that feminine lower half. I'm basically a stick, so I was wondering if there's anything I can do, either working out or buying some kind of prosthetic, to get that feminine look.
My friend likes to crossplay quite often, and we were going to A-kon this past year and couldn't get hold of any of the foam or anything usually used to construct convincingly fishy hips, so we went down to goodwill and got him four pairs of skin-tone tights and a bag of polyfil. Two pairs of tights on the body, then start stuffing the hips and butt (calves, too, if you're aiming for that really endearingly soft leg-shape) until the stuffing is just slightly larger than you want the end result. Put on the other teo pairs to smooth everything out, and just kind of squish... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
^ I forgot to mention, the stuffing should not be directly on the skin as it can irritate. If you do this many layers, you can actually slip yourself out of the whole construct afterward and keep a pair of already constructed legs for future use.
I'm planning on doing an oldschool inspired coord- the shoes, socks, headpiece, and certain aspects of the dress are oldschool inspired. Although the coord isn't oldschool, I'm hoping that it will remind people of it when they see it.
I would just have the ruffly part peeking out barely. I read online that they're ruffly at the bottom so you can peek them out to add detail- is that true? I feel like in a lot of coordinates it would look out of place, but I think it looks lovely when done right.
>>8795524 >I read online that they're ruffly at the bottom so you can peek them out to add detail- is that true? It's true but only when it's done right. Ones like in pic related don't look good in my opinion because tulle lace looks too thin (torchon, eyelet, and good quality raschel are my personal favorites); it looks cheap compared to the OP pic.
/cgl/ nostalgia thread. You know the drill. Discuss,share,...be it about weeb times,lolita or cosplay.
I was thinking about Princesse Skye and decided to sneak around a bit to see if there was like anything left of her today...i finally found something..pics are from 2015 on sabatomic.com who always took her pics when she was lolita and she'll turn 30 this year since she was 21 in 2007/2008. It made me at peace to see her looking "fine" at least, and not some trashy model or dead or on drugs like some anons rumored. Not going to attempt anything or stalk... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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You can buy it via the LM link, or please email me/reply for trade offers. I am looking for medium to dark gray non-print JSKs, preferably IW or VM. Double-breasted is a plus, the more it looks like the IW Rosa Pleats JSK the better, or if you have that then great.
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I'm talking things like Haenuli's Enchanted Fawn, Meta's Little Squirrel, Baby's Fairy Topiallium, Peppermint Fox accessories, etc.. Things with motifs of deer/fawn fur, rabbits, trees/forests, mushrooms, flowers-- stuff like that. Interested in any brand, even indies, but am a size M-L bust size, and any kind of item-- legwear, headwear, jewelry, OPs, JSKs, overwear. I'm 100% interested in seeing anything anyone plans on selling that'd fall under this category!
> Cosplay Masterpost: http://pastebin.com/ekZP1fhg - Tutorials and links that can help with Homestuck cosplays. Refer to it if you need help. Any contributions welcome.
Let's discuss: > Discussed in the last thread was the idea of a "Homestuck Cosplay Oscars". Which HS cosplays this year would you award, and for what? > Also discussed was the idea of a Homestuck Cosplay Hall of Fame. Who would you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8771942 For the Hall of Fame, I feel like people who have made the list in the past, but have stopped cosplaying HS would make it. Simple enough. But I see it less as "the best HS cosplayers ever" and more as a list of great cosplayers who used to cosplay homestuck.
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8759241 At least from my experience ordering from cowcow (I'm >>8741415 to give you an idea), if in color it probably will print duller so brighten it if that is something that will bother you and I would try and stick to a color theme in your collage. Lines may end up a tad blurry but it shouldn't be too big of and issue. Try to localize your favourite shots in the center in case the the collage is larger than space on the shirt just so you can be sure they get in there. Also I am not sure about the rest but with the long sleeve... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'd like to discuss some things I thought about recently. Here are some questions:
- Do you compare yourselves a lot to other lolitas in general? - Do you compare your style/ability to coord to others? - Do you compare your wardrobe (amount of dresses & items, amount of brand stuff) to others? - Do you unintentionally make lolita fashion a kind of competition? - Do you get angry when Lolitas wirte sth. like this: "This is just my SMALL lolita dress collection" [List with 30+ dresses & other items follows] ?
I shamefully have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have to say no to all of those. I'm involved in my local comm and am somewhat involved in the international comm but generally I don't really care what other people are doing, what they're wearing, how big their wardrobes are or how great their coords may or may not be (though I do love looking at other people's coords for inspiration). I wear lolita for myself because I love it and don't concern myself so much with others.
Yes to all of them. Lolita is kind of a collecting hobby for me, and I'm quite competitive when it comes to things like that. I'm trying to be more confident and not care so much, but it's a process. I'm staying away from most online comms to focus more on my own wardrobe.
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