What are some of the worst stories that you have for conventions? Figured I'd start one since I just had one today
>crowd into an elevator at hotel >door closes >guy next to me says "I'm going to let you all know now that I have a knife and none of you are leaving alive" >heart skipped a few beats as I jump back in terror >obviously he was joking otherwise I wouldn't be alive
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Does anyone know where I can find a nice Yuno wig? 90% of the Yuno wigs I see people wearing looks like its trying to fly off their head. I've been thinking about buying this wig from Uniqso but I'm not sure of the quality of their wigs.
>What is your cup-size? >Were you properly measured (VS doesn't count) or did you just decide you were that cup-size because it seems like it fits? >What is your general body shape like? >Are you comfortable with costumes that most likely will draw attention to your chest? >Do you do anything to your chest to make it more accurate for a cosplay, like binding to be a boy or stuffing for a character with huge boobs? >Would you say any of the attention your cosplays get has to do with your boobs? Is this at all on purpose? >If you're a lolita, do your boobs hinder you in the fashion at all?
>>8070287 >What is your cup-size? 36D, but I'm more comfortable in a 38 band. I got measured by a bra fitter. >general body shape Pear with a really interesting paunch apron for a belly. >Are you comfortable with costumes that most likely will draw attention to your chest? Not really. I'm not well endowed and it would take Nigri tier tit magic to make my boobs not look saggy. Also I have a problem with convention tartlets judging me like a piece of meat. >Do you do anything to your chest to make it more accurate for a cosplay, like binding to be a boy or stuffing for a character with huge boobs? Sometimes I bind my chest to fit my lolita dresses better. I've also thought about getting a fake pair of tits to cosplay characters with bigger boobs. >Would you say any of the attention your cosplays get has to do with your boobs? Nah. It's because I'm a kawaii as fuck chubbychan who dresses well. I don't really have to try that hard. >If you're a lolita, do your boobs hinder you in the fashion at all? Minimally. The brands I like are usually accommodating for my larger size, and I don't exactly chase after IW or MMM. My bust measurement is straddling 40 inches and without a bra they can easily be squished down to 38~
Pic related. My boobs look like grade 2, but I'm not really concerned about it. My bf likes my tits and I don't seek validation from strangers who would probably hate them anyway.
>>8070287 >>What is your cup-size? B (I think, more of an "if it fits wear it") >>What is your general body shape like? Pretty lanky, shorter torso, long limbs, small bust but slightly fuller hips. Kind of a gelatin skeleton. >>If you're a lolita, do your boobs hinder you in the fashion at all? Having a 90 cm bust is actually pretty great in lolita, some JSKs are a little small, but there's plenty... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>What is your cup-size Pre-pregnancy, 26-GG (I like a snug band). I have no idea what it is right now. >Were you properly measured? Yes, I went to a snazzy boutique. >What is your general body shape like? Hourglass. Not so much now that I have a fetus in me, though. >Are you comfortable with costumes that most likely will draw attention to your chest? Yeah, as long as I'm not at risk for a nip-slip. >Do you do anything to your chest to make it more accurate for a cosplay? I haven't had to yet, but I will be wearing sports bras to compress them a little in my next cosplay. I'll be cosplaying a male character, but there is chest armor that will mostly hide them. >Would you say any of the attention your cosplays get has to do with your boobs? Some of it, sure. It was on purpose, sort of, but I also don't mind keeping them covered.
I'm traveling to Japan this spring (mainly Tokyo) and I could totally go for tips on where to go and junk. Like yeah everyone knows to go to Angelic Pretty and Closetchild (yes this is a lolita trip)' what what are some great lesser known stores to visit? What awesome cafes and weird american food places are there? Any advice for traveling to Japan in general?
Marui Annex? (0101) in Shinjuku has a bunch of stores including AATP, Baby, ETC, and AP. It was super fun to wander around in. Laforet in Harajuku is similar. The Closet Childs in Shinjuku and Harajuku were both good. There are lots of super cute accessory and clothing stores in Shinjuku.
I really recommend going to the food hall in the basement of the Isetan department store in Shinjuku. There were so many different food stalls serving everything from boxed lunches to pastries to super expensive fruits and traditional Japanese sweets.
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A-All of the above. We are going to out of state cons with another artist friend.
I will be experimenting with a new way of binding books to make them more accessible to all price ranges by cutting the time spent binding them. As well as a slew of other unique-to-AA items that I rarely see sold.
As for new art style, my partner who does mainly posters will be practicing a more lifelike style. We had comments from anons here that our previous works... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7967756 >>7967751 Sorry, as I said... not really into lolita anymore. I just grabbed a pic from google images.
My ~driimu~ is to one day make my own pretty princess sort of dress in a champagne colour, but the material would have a sheen to it. Is that acceptable in lolita? Once I lose enough weight to not look like a big, sparkly disco ball.
I recently started college, and I'm stuck with a weeaboo roommate. She's really nice, but, I guess she didn't grow out of her scene phase in high-school. I basically need to help this girl hide her power level before she kills me of secondhand embarrassment.
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I'm taking Japanese and I have to say that 70-80% of the class are weaboo. Some tone it down better than others but the outspoken ones do anime character gestures when they say anything in Japanese. I was expecting something like this when I enrolled but the second hand embarrassment is too intense.
Disney's latest show has tackled a lot of social injustice. In this episode (s1e7) they tackle cultural appropriation. The father teaches his daughter it is not right to wear "Japanese" fashion because it's racist and oppressive to steal other people's culture as a white girl.
Reminder that Disney is working hard to teach lolita and jfashion fans not to appropriate culture and stay away from Japanese fashion trends.
Serious thread though, is Lolita and wearing jfashion a racist, oppresive movement by white girls to steal Japanese culture?
But only if you're a white girl, right? If a black or hispanic girl wears foreign fashion, she's embracing other cultures. But if a white girl does it, it's racist. Ok then. Let me continue to oppress the Japanese by spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on their products.
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