On Baby's website, it says that their parsols can be used as umbrellas (when you run it thorugh a translator), and I was wondering if this was correct, and if anyone has used one of their parasols as an umbrella. I just would rather know, instead of running outside in the rain with it, and getting it ruined. Thanks!
I've recently gotten some plaid for dress and skirt making, but I'm not positive what I want to do with it. Apart from baby's typical tartan JSKs and skirts, does anyone have any pictures of plaid designs I could use for inspiration? (Not-100%-loli designs by ETC or Jane Marple, etc, would be great, too.) I'm thinking of doing some things with combining pieces cut on the grain and bias, but I want to see more tartan in action (what looks too busy, what I like, plaid check size, etc) before I draft my patterns. Any assistance is much appreciated ^^
In October, me and some friends are going to travel in Asia. Unfortunately were not going to stop at Japan :/ But anyway, all I was wondering if there are any good stores to visit when were at China (the bigger cities will be Peking, Shanghai and Hong Kong)?
I go visit my friends in NorCal everyonce in a while, and I was wondering, are there any shops that sell lolita (or even just "lolita-able" items, or stuff you like style-wise?) Obviously there is no Laforet in San Fran, but where do you San Fran loli's go to shop?
Similarly, are there any particular places you like to go when you have a free day to get decked out in loli? (like perhaps a particular tea house or your favorite park or museum?)
(PS, I'm aware that there MIGHT be a Baby store eventually in San Fran or somewhere in CA, but I'm asking for other existing interesting stores and hangouts. :) )
This is a long way off but I'm heading to the primavera sound festival in Barcelona at the end of May, are there any Barcelona/Spanish lolis who fancy a meet?