"1832 Doll" from the Gratitude Train
Marcelle Dormoy’s creation for the Gratitude Train was designed after a dress by Mlle. Palmyre, whose salon served the ruling class, including Queen Marie-Amélie and Empress Eugénie. The quality of construction is particularly fine and evident in the pantaloons of this doll.
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That’s okay, you can just wear them around 60-year-olds. Most of them have no idea what that even is. :’>
maybe i can wear it in rio omg
These are not mine but I wanted to bring them together!
I love this
i’m literally coming to the realization that i’m not close to anybody anymore and it sucks
I wish I could try the Lolita thing, but clothing is expensive and I’m a big silly nerd. :I
i have lolita clothes from a cheaper brand @_@
i wish i could wear them without people thinking i am a ‘sugoi weeaboo desu~ nyan~”