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funeraldreams:

i want that coat ;-;

You don’t have to be pretty like her. You can be pretty like you.

One of the most freeing things I have ever heard (via firecannotkillabadwolf) —

kawaiitatsu:

Super cute Lolita Drawer! ✧*:・゚✧
terrayla:

车车_CC-KIDS
chocolate-hime:

Here’s a coordinate I made for a convention that was last week. It’s been a while since I posted again, I know. OTL

Loves are like empires: when the idea they are founded on crumbles, they, too, fade away.

Milan Kundera —

weeabooparadise:

my submission for the BTSSB scrapbook for Anime Midwest! Wanna keep working on it but I deleted all the layers and I’m 4 days past the deadline as it, so oh well (;≧皿≦)
Magical girl who wants to be black cat + her sidekick kitty-usakumya with her magical wand, yeah!
junnyan69:

Today’s Kurebayashi! 🌈
Anonymous sent: I really cannot fathom all of these people calling you "bigger". Through what skewed lenses are everyone seeing? Lolita is not for tiny people only, but you're not big by any means... I just don't get it. But you're so so lovely

Thank you very much!
If I had to guess, it’s because people have distorted images of what a body should look like due to Lolita being a Japanese fashion. I wear a size 8-10 depending on the clothing brand, and I carry my weight quite well because I’m tall.

But I suppose by Japanese standards, I’m pretty big. So because Lolita clothing doesn’t often actually come in my size (for example, nothing from Mary Magdalene would ever fit me unless they decided to put generous amounts of shirring on it — and Innocent World looks so strange on me because I actually have a bust) I am considered bigger within this fashion community?

But really, my size is incredibly average and fits in with the average type of female body you’d see on the street in Canada.

It’s so fun to wear super sweet! (◍•ᴗ•◍) I always look forward to it.
pastel-shit:

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