What have you found to be the best looking and easiest way to make an applique on a skirt/dress? I was thinking of screenprinting or making a fabric applique to sew on, but I am a noob sewer so wanted to ask first!
Okay, so. I ordered a pair of rocking horse shoes from ling_lam, and I got a message from PayPal that said this:
Your payment of $61.99 USD to the seller ling_lam2005 is complete. You will receive an email receipt for this transaction shortly.
And then I got an e-mail receipt from PayPal that said Dear --------------
This email confirms that you, sammygirl87, have paid firstname.lastname@example.org $61.99 USD using PayPal.
And THEN I got this from ling_lam:
You are the winning buyer for the item below. Thank you for your business!
$61.99 = Total
Please send me your shipping address and payment. The following payment methods
are accepted: PayPal
So did the payment go through or not? I'm so confused. (I've never used PayPal or EBay before, so I'm kind of a noob, sorry. -__-)
And if it didn't go through, how do I send the payment? Someone please help! I want RHS's so bad, and I've never been able to find any in my size. Please help a mildly retarded loli out! xD
Oh, and if this needs to be under a cut, or needs to be moved to egl_comm_sales, lemme know!
Hey ladieseses. I am in the Toronto and I visited Kensington Market today. There's a store called Twylite on Kensington that sells a lot of K-Star stuff. If you don't know K-Star they're a cheaper lolita brand. Most of the stock they had was of the h.naoto rip-off variety but there were some sweet lolita and shiro dresses. The prices were around $50 for punk skirts and blouses and $100 for dresses which I think is pretty standard for K-Star.
They also had a bunch of crinolines (but I think every vintage store in Kensington does) and Blythe bags.
It's not Japanese brand quality but if you're looking for cheaper lolita stuff in Toronto, that's where it's at!