Once again another holiday sale has started on Bodyline's Rakuten and gone unannounced on their FB and international websites.
Has Yanners forsaken us?
They discontinued a lot of their shoes so it might have been.
>Did bodyline stop making their oxford style shoe?
Those, and the cute shiny vinyl ones with the bow. I have them in the peachy pink and I wanted them in the wine so badly but now I have missed my chance rip me
I have pic related in black and I love them so much I've nearly worn them out and it's taunting me how the only thing they have left (and will ever have) is the smallest size available while I was just small enough to fit the largest one. I bought two years ago just about and I'm seriously thinking about seeing if Antaina or someone can make them for me.
Now you too can do the Sailor Moon x Kawaii Catgirl x Uguu School Girl triple crossover!
Is this wig based on a character & how is the quality? If it's bad are there similar wigs elsewhere that are better? I really love the layered look.
Those fit an 88/96 cm waist respectively. Take a measuring tape and measure your waist and see the difference. You should always, always, ALWAYS do this when shopping online, especially with Bodyline. Their sizing letters are not consistent across different products. They have 4Ls that fit a 72cm waist max and 2L that fit a 90cm waist. Likewise, US brands also do not have consistent sizing. One store's L is another one's S. I am tempted to say that the skirts might be too big on you but you can't tell unless you measure and get the actual numbers.
I bought the fruit pie jsk around the middle of last month
since then I've organized, bought, and recieved a taobao order. it really puts things in perspective, did bodyline shipping always take so damn long? I know it's cny but holy shit.
Am buying pic related.
Am M size in all except waist, where I am 1-2 cm off.
Does the dress have enough give to allow this, or should I just upgrade to L?
My tit circumference is like 73 cm with bra, so I'm a bit on the fence on if the buttons in front will look any weird.
On the other hand, my shoulders are kinda broad since I'm not asian. Is the difference very noticeable in bodyline sizing?
You can always pad up, and remember that you'll have a blouse underneath it. Always go larger. Since it's bodyline, you could also have it taken in, it's cheap enough to alter just to suit you.
I have this in M and if you have a bigger waist I'd recommend sizing up. The shirring doesn't provide too much extra room.
Yes, don't do it.
I wear mine with a short sleeve chiffon blouse with a neckline that doesn't show. Pretty much any square or round neck blouse or nice sleeved cutsew will be fine.
>2,999 yen in products
>go to check out
>3,638 yen total
Fuck. I'm always paranoid what I want will sell out because it's so cheap but I'm hoping we'll at least get free shipping for Valentines Day.
During one of the sales before the site's big redesign, I got a couple pleated skirts for nanchatte and they're really nice but they're slightly too tight on me. I can put them on but they're too tight to be worn comfortably. Is there anything I can do to extend the waistbands on them? They're the skirts like pic related.
Just waiting for the next sale, so I can grab a few pair of shoes.Unfortunatly it doesn't look like we'll get another sale soon.
Yandyman why do you have forsaken us?
>mfw I'm buying that skirt
They should have an adjustable waistband, anon. It's that strap where you secure the clasp, you can loosen or tighten it. If it's fully maxed out then all I can suggest is pulling the skirt up higher on your waist?
If you don't know how to adjust the waistband, I have that same style of skirt in grey and can take some photos as a guide?
Because the Japanese customers no longer have the option to buy from the same website so their main demographic for sales is now on Rakuten and we're left behind until the site absolutely has to be updated.
I extended the waistband all I could. It's just sliiightly too tight to be worn comfortably, even high up on my waist. I'm skinnyfat and pear-shaped so I knew there was a chance the skirts wouldn't fit but maybe there's some way I can further extend the waistband?
Thank you for answering the question! I'm now about to order it in size L.
Also, I have seen people wear it without a blouse, it is under 'dress' after all. It does lessen the overall 'lolita' feel tho, makes it seem more 50's/retrogirly/otome.
Would it be wearable with this cutsew(In off-white)?