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Mountain Spring


greuze:

François-Hubert Drouais, Portrait of an Elegant Lady (Detail), 18th Century


dancingwithbelugawhales:

Lucy-green, Kohei-iwamoto, Madeline Graham and Sir Jon Trimmer in The RNZB production of Coppélia.  


truth2teatold:

Dy Lolita bonnets, bows and headdresses


rocaille:

¸¸.•*¨*•New blog post ~ Nymphing in Claret & Burgundy


"Springtime in Japan", a Victorian era ball costume c. 1867


fannyrosie:

cadney:

It’s always a pleasure to go to events with fannyrosie. After Sainte-Dolores we went to a very cool bar in Montreal with some Lolita friends! Thankfully I will get to see her again in a few weeks time, as she’ll be visiting our community in Toronto.

It’s always a pleasure to see you! And I dare say we look rather good considering this picture was taken at the end of the day. 


Art by Kisho Tsukuda


Wedding dress, circa 1860.


carmidoll:

Josephine Cardin


What would Alice look like if she was not a Victorian British girl? For a creative challenge, I wanted to abandon Alice’s mainstream appearance as popularized by Disney’s 1951 film, and re-imagine her in the style of my favorite artist, Sulamith Wulfing.

As a part of this challenge, I chose to keep all the original colors of her costume, such as her white stockings, black shoes, blue dress, apron, hair band and blond hair. I reinterpreted these elements with costuming traditions of other cultures, particularly Ukrainian and Norwegian, adding a little of my own wonderland into the mix.

-Marina Bychkova, enchanteddoll.com





Rose/19/Rocky Mountains

Any lolita or antique aesthetic that catches my eye, and occasionally online shopping finds.

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