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lolita-confessions:

“I am a plus size girl who wears Lolita. If I ever hear ANY girl call me “Fatty-Chan”, I will take my finely manicured nails and smack a $%*&@.”-Anon

I will be right there with you! I have so much respect for plus sized Lolitas.
It is SO hard finding Lolita clothing out of the standard “super small and skinny” size. 
So it either takes extreme internet searching skill, the badassery to be able to make handmade clothing, the patience to wait for custom made clothes, or all of the above.
You go girl! -Nia

This is nice to read. It is really hard… I still want to lose a bit more weight. In about October I was the same size I’d been for years, and now I’m half way between that and small enough to fit into a decent amount of things from brands I like (Innocent World, specifically). So I’m going to keep trying to lose, but also keep an open mind about off-brand and handmade, and definitely stay sympathetic to people to whom brand is not an option. 

lolita-confessions:

“I am a plus size girl who wears Lolita. If I ever hear ANY girl call me “Fatty-Chan”, I will take my finely manicured nails and smack a $%*&@.”-Anon
I will be right there with you! I have so much respect for plus sized Lolitas.
It is SO hard finding Lolita clothing out of the standard “super small and skinny” size. 
So it either takes extreme internet searching skill, the badassery to be able to make handmade clothing, the patience to wait for custom made clothes, or all of the above.
You go girl! -Nia

This is nice to read. It is really hard… I still want to lose a bit more weight. In about October I was the same size I’d been for years, and now I’m half way between that and small enough to fit into a decent amount of things from brands I like (Innocent World, specifically). So I’m going to keep trying to lose, but also keep an open mind about off-brand and handmade, and definitely stay sympathetic to people to whom brand is not an option. 

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