These intricately embroidered 18th century Men’s suits were ornate and stunning.
coat (1780s), pale green 3 piece suit (circa 1775), pink 3 piece suit (1780), frock coat skirt (circa 1760-70), coat and waistcoat (circa 1760-80), teal and gold waist coat (circa 1760), lavender waistcoat (circa 1750-70)
French pastry France Laudree French pastry shop shabby chic
"Al final del día podemos soportar más de lo que creemos". -Frida Kahlo-
A few illustrations for Carousel featured in Ooya Chiki’s 1979 art book…
This is another one from BTB, but it makes a good point,
I hear complaints about knees showing in lolita pretty often, and I’ve had tall friends complain that they’re too tall for lolita because of this.
However, I’m 5’1” (157cm), and my knees show. Even without a petticoat, my knees show. Unless you have a really long dress or you’re suuuuper short, they’re going to show, and that’s fine. As you can see above, it looks cute, and it’s totally normal.
I don’t want to hear complaining about it.