We won’t be present at LDoll but our clothes will thanks to my beloved Hasel! If you are planning on going please stop by and take a look at her wigs and dolls and a selection of our babydolls, tie front tops and leggings for both SD and Slim MSD sizes!

If you can’t make it to LDoll (because you are stuck elsewhere in the world like us) then we have a 20% off coupon code till the end of October at etsy using the code DISCORD1 !

hey so aeropostale is declaring bankruptcy and they have pretty much all their clothes marked way down on their website, plus you can get an extra 30% off all clearance stuff (use the code EXTRA30 at checkout)


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Black sweater essentials

Sweaters in your favourite color, black! I personally picked all of these super cool black sweaters from Sheinside and I absolutely love them! I hope all of you like them just as much as I do! 

  1. Black Letter Print Sweatshirt
  2. Black Letter Print Drop Shoulder Dip Hem Sweatshirt
  3. Black Alien Print Hooded Sweatshirt
  4. Black Letters Print Drop Shoulder Sweatshirt
  5. Black Letter Print Sweatshirt
  6. Black Coffee Cup Letters Print Sweatshirt
  7. Black Pineapple Print Drop Shoulder Hooded Sweatshirt
  8. Black Letter Print Sweatshirt

You can get 40% off your first order and all shipping is free if you order over 30$ worth of clothing! You can start shopping now!

Happy shopping!


Humble Bundle currently has all of the RPG Maker Series on sale for the next 3 days.  Now’s a time to pick one up if you’ve never tried RPG Maker before, or have pirated a copy due to the price.

RPG Maker is an easy to use engine that requires no programming knowledge to make a game with.  While the engine’s main focus is on traditional RPG Making (Think Final Fantasy and ) adventure games like Pocket Mirror, The Witch’s House, Pom Gets Wifi, Ib, & Yume Nikki.  Visual novels can also be made with the engine as well.

Adele, Ed Sheeran, 1D, Coldplay and Sam Smith sold half of world's top albums
They sold 28 million, with Adele’s 25 top worldwide with 17.4 million and Ed’s X second at 3.5 million
By Ian Jones

UK pop’s Big Five – Adele, Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Coldplay and Sam Smith – made half the world’s 10 best-seller albums last year.

They sold 28 million, with Adele’s 25 top worldwide with 17.4 million and Ed’s X second at 3.5 million. Sam’s In The Lonely Hour was fifth at 2.6 million, 1D’s Made In The AM sixth with 2.4 million and A Head Full Of Dreams by Coldplay eighth at 1.9 million.

Mark Ronson, Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding and Adele were in the top 10 singles.

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry figures also showed digital beat physical sales for the first time and revenue had its first significant rise, 3.2% to £10.5billion, in 20 years.

IFPI’s Frances Moore said: “Key milestones reflect an industry that has adapted to the digital age and emerged stronger and smarter.”

The UK’s “big five” - Adele, Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Coldplay and Sam Smith - between them sold almost 28 million albums last year, new figures show.

Their combined efforts helped the global music industry to report its first significant year-on-year growth for two decades.

2015 also saw the amount of money from digital sales overtake revenues from physical formats for the first time in history.

The findings have been compiled by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), which represents the interests of the international recording industry.

They show that Adele had the biggest selling album in the world in 2015, with 25 notching up sales of 17.4 million.

Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour was fifth (2.6 million), One Direction’s Made In The AM was sixth (2.4 million) while A Head Full Of Dreams by Coldplay was eighth (1.9 million).

See You Again by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth was the biggest selling single of the year, reporting global sales of 20.9 million.

Revenues for the worldwide music industry grew by 3.2% in 2015 - the first significant increase since 1995 - to 15 billion US dollars (£10.5 billion).

Sales of digital music, including streaming and downloads, accounted for 45% of this total, compared to 39% for physical sales.

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