Irreversible Inspiration

I love lolita, cats, tea, historical fashions, lace, antique, movies, art, history, embroidery, classical music, taxidermy, my job and my wardrobe.

Here you can find inspiring pictures i reblog from Tumblr or uncover from my 400 Gt of saved images. Sometimes i have some original outfit pictures to show you, too.

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lilith-laroux:

Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace - Campari 2014 calendar!
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lilith-laroux:

Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace - Campari 2014 calendar!

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grimy13:

New Release: Victorian Maiden - Corruption Gauze Blouse

Colors: Black, Off White, Cinnamon, Khaki Green

Price: 19,440 Yen

(Source: v-maiden.ya.shopserve.jp, via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

More photos from the game night Saija organized. She also took these pictures. Playing with me is Minja and Sara.

(Source: asiotus)

Old otome outfit from 2012. I still like the color combination of blue and brown.

(Source: asiotus)

Old outfit from 2012. The make-up sucked but i am still happy with the outfit.

Skirt: Cloudberry Lady

(Source: asiotus)

preciousrequiem:

I want the black skirt version of this print…

preciousrequiem:

I want the black skirt version of this print…

(Source: babynympho, via frillypinkdreams)

My favorite skirt. And one of my favorite prints. #lolita #lolitafashion #egl #eglcommunity #classiclolita #innocentworld #angels
fehyesvintagemanga:

Maki Miyako
my scans

fehyesvintagemanga:

Maki Miyako

my scans


Shoes by Filippa Borenius:
"The basis for the inspiration lies in the Gothic church towers and nature decons hard metal structures in contrast to the fragile tip, which visualizes wedding romance and kyrkfönsternas dramatic natural light. In cooperation with Kerstin Larsson f15"

(Source: nox-before-lumos, via deeralice)

pommandarine:

lucievonadam:

the-dark-mori-lolita:

So I just wanted to share this method real quick. This was my first ever lolita dress. It holds a lot of sentimental value for me. But alas, I was unable to fit into it after I gained weight (it was already tight on me when I got it). So, I thought of a way on how I could properly modify it. And it’s quite simple.

You remove the mid-back panel out of the dress (use a seam ripper). And then I used that piece of fabric to cut out a new and bigger back panel (for matching fabric). Then I replaced the skirt part with a shiny bustle. And sewed everything back into the dress. By the way, save the fabric scraps of your dress for later. It can be used to make matching hair accessories. 

I hope this helped a few of you out there. Feel free to ask me questions, if you have any :)

This is actually a really genius idea!

This is the one of the best idea I’ve ever seen!