kodona-fashion

Rika took some pictures for me since I was missing wearing ouji so bad~

Blouse: Alice and the Pirates
Jacket: offbrand
Trousers: Bodyline
Thights: Alice and the Pirates
Boots: offbrand
Hat: offbrand
Pin: Alice and the Pirates

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Let me be your sweet prince~ (*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡  *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

Blouse, shorts, hat, wristcuffs and badge are from Precious Clove’s Singing in the Rain series☆
Wig is from Airily☆
Socks are offbrand☆

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Beatrice

Jacket: London
Blouse: Offbrand
Ribbon: Handmade
Skirt: Xstore
Shoes: Primadonna

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Victor

Jacket: Offbrand
Accessories: Handmade
Pants: Bodyline
Bag: Banned
Boots: Bodyline

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Ann (or is it Antonio?) looking dapper in the clothes she stole from Technotropism’s wardrobe. Watch her transformation back to regular Ann as she unboxes Angelic Pretty’s Chess Emblem in our latest video.

Blouse: Alice and the Pirates
Gilet: Alice and the Pirates
Bow: Innocent World
Socks: Metamorphose temps de fille

My newest white military coats! I did a comparison of the two in case anyone was wondering about the differences. 

Night Carnival Jacket (Left):
Pros- Better pattern, looks more flattering when worn, fancier buttons and tag, seams are less visible because the lining is white, comes in men’s and ladies sizes
Cons- Expensive! $_$

Admiral Jacket (Right):
Pros- Fancy Gold lining, more details, more contrast between the various fabrics used, easier to wear open because it doesn’t have button closures
Cons- Weird short cut that can be unflattering, closes with hooks and not buttons so may gap, isn’t very effective as an actual coat, one (small) size only

Overall I think you get more for your money with the Admiral coat, but if sizing is an issue for you, go for the more expensive Night Carnival option. It will fit you better and actually being able to wear it is important.