My stomach growled super loud in French omg
I would like to clarify my stomach did not speak French. It growled in French class I apologize
This is actually an oddly appropriate place for "hon hon hon BAGUETTE".
Anonyme a demandé: You are so amazing and I absolutely love your take on lolita if you wish to call it that. Its so exciting to see someone doing something so unusual, and off the wall!
Thank you so much!~♡ The style of the outfit I made is based on 17th century French noblemen’s fashion. I used to wear lolita a lot, and in fact that is what got me to start sewing in the first place. I mostly just wear ouji, aristocrat and historical stuff now, but lolita was a big part of my life for a long time, so there will probably always be a lolita influence in what I make. I’ve often wondered if I would be welcome at lolita meetups dressed like that. I feel like the aesthetic is pretty similar, but its not really the same thing. My style is *attempting* to be historically accurate, while lolita is historically inspired and has a lot of rules about silhouette. I could maybe pass for OTT ouji, but that still feels like a stretch. Also, when I design my outfits I do it with my favorite historical figure in mind, Philippe I le duc d’Orléans. Although I think of the clothes as fashion, since I am dressing up in a style based on someone else it technically becomes cosplay (although I would totally wear these clothes everyday if I could).
Here are some examples of a short doublet and petticoat breeches suit like the one I just made. These were popular around 1660-1680.