At the Innocente Seraphim booth. I met some lovely people there. As their site says it's all about "Gothic Lolitas, Ball-Jointed Dolls and Tea Parties." How can you go wrong with that combination? The lady in the one-piece blue set to the left is one of the principle InnoSera staff members. A very cool lady.
I'm in the middle of the top and this photo. *winces* This is what happens when you put 30E into a Japanese size S. The dress I'm wearing is Juliet et Justine. I thought I'd never be able to put it on again when I gained weight. I just didn't realize all that weight was actually in my chest so the dress fits perfectly everywhere else except there. I ducttaped myself down and tried really hard not to suck in my stomach.
At the Lolita Fashion show. This lady is the show panelist. She's got awesome sewing skills.
These photos were all taken after the fashion show.
I'm sorry that the photos are rather large! Some of the pics are blurry as well. The models at the fashion show didn't seem to realize that a literal 1 and 1/2 seconds of posing time didn't allow an amateur camera-woman to focus and capture them properly.
Most of the models also posed staring stright North, South, East and West instead of at the corners of each where the people were sitting and taking pictures were faced. So most of my shots got their profiles and a tiny portion of their backs. I finally ended up on the floor on my knees in the middle of the center aisle just to get the runway shots. -_- The informative panel about the fashion was nice, but I disappointed at how short and fast the actual fashion show was.
I didn't name anyone because I didn't know if they wanted me too. I will take your photos out if you tell me too. :D