Does anyone have any tricks for walking?? or does anyone else have this problem??
they're very lovely though :)
thanks in advance!!!:)
Hi everyone! I've searched through memories and couldn't find anything so here's my question:
Has anyone ever modified a BTSSB skirt (to make it bigger) and how?
I'm asking because my friend who lives in Japan got me this Btssb Chess/Alice print skirt (since he knows i'm a fan of Alice prints) but the thing is.. the measurements are ~60-66cm (23-26inches) and i don't think i could ever fit in it coz my waist is 76cm (30 inches). He was told he could exchange it for something else.. but there's nothing at the store i particularly want at the moment so i was thinking about keeping the skirt and just bringing it to a skilled seamstress who'd make it bigger.. but is that even possible? Anyone ever done it? What should i do? I first thought about getting a waist cinch (is that the name? girdle? the thing that makes your waist smaller/hourglass shaped?) but i'm not too sure it would make my waist small enough to ever fit in that skirt. What do you guys think?
EDIT: Just for your information here is an elastic in the back of the skirt but it's hiden by the bow.
First of all, I'd like to thank our lovely hostess Sherry of the Victorian Rose Garden Bed and Brekfast for hosting us. The rooms were lovely and the house itself is an old-fashioned Lolita dream. The B&B seriously was better than a hotel in terms of small details to make a guest comfortable and the breakfasts were SUPERIOR. And the entire weekend was very cheap. $92 for two nights. Which surprised some people a great deal indeed XD.
We had a lot of fun in Algonquin, IL and there weren't any weirded-out reactions from the residents. Most of the reactions were along the line of "Oh how cute!" and "How did you all meet?" and the inevitable "Are you in a play?"
It was such a fun weekend. I seriously can't wait to do this again *coughwinterinGalenacough* It was a relaxing and fun vacation and it was really neat just to spend time chatting with people who really love Lolita fashion, do it very well, and do other interesting things in addition to being Lolitas. I joked about starting a Lolita boarding school since I miss Spilt Milk so much. It was very much like living in a Victorian school including midnight pranks!
But enough blabbing! Without further ado...
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