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Note: Some of the pictures are a bit old; I've been meaning to sell these items for several months now and they've basically been sitting in my closet since then. I used the old pictures for convenience's sake. However, if you would like a new picture just tell me and I'd be happy to oblige :)
1. Offbrand socks - $5/pair + shipping [Pair with bows - Sold]
2. Knit & Co. cutsew - $10 + shipping
Bust - 15.5" flat
3. Altered offbrand JSK w/ headbow - $25 + shipping
Girls' size 14/16; bust - 17" flat, waist - 16" flat
This is actually a girls'/children's dress that I altered (added the black ruffle along the bottom). I bought an XL to get the longest length possible and intended to take in the sides a bit, but I never got around to it.
Worn with Knit&Co. cutsew:
Bodyline macaron skirt - $25 + shipping [Pending]
Note: I altered the detachable bow to make it a good bit smaller, so that it looks less head-eating when worn as a headbow. I still have the extra fabric that I took off of it and will be happy to include it if you like!
Industry size L; bust: 21" flat
Industry size M; bust: 17" flat
I had trouble getting the color right in the pictures; the blouse is actually a light ballet pink. The 3rd picture is probably the closest.
There was a small rip along the seam on the back of the sleeve that I had to repair.
Detail of repaired seam:
Size M; measurements from R-Series website: bust - 88cm, waist - 68cm; it also has back lacing.
Bust: 16.5" flat; waist: 13" flat; has shirring and back lacing
This JSK was really lovely embroidery all over the skirt. Unfortunately in some areas the embroidery has begun to unravel a bit, so there are threads poking out in some places.
It also has a ruffle of cute polka-dot tulle around the bottom, which you can see better in the second picture.
Waist- 16" flat, plus shirring (+~6")
Full disclosure: This skirt was the first Lolita item I made, and I was kind of a crap seamstress then. It definitely has its flaws: It's unlined and there are loose threads on the inside and some irregular stitching around the waist. Still, I think it's a cute skirt for a summer picnic.
It has a half-elasticized waistband, with shirring in the back.
Industry size S
This cardigan is actually a little lighter than the pictures appear--more lavender than purple--and it is perfect for sweet Lolita! It's cropped to waist-height, so it doesn't bunch over JSKs.
This is a really nice petticoat that is made of soft, non-scratchy tulle and gives a very full shape.
(See above pictures of the HMHM bow embroidery JSK for worn reference)
This petti is pretty old and has lost much of its original poof, but honestly, it is perfect for casual Lolita. It gives just enough poof for a nice silhouette without danger of getting stuck in the doorway. Even better, it has an inside lining of soft cotton that makes it super comfortable to wear.
Thanks for looking!