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The Town of Despair

by Rabbit H., 25 year old owner of www.rabbitheartshop.com from Bavaria, Germany

9 comments · 2 · April 3, 2013

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Handmade By Reiko Dark Floral Skirt, From Second Hand Store Cardigan, Anna House Blouse - The Town of Despair - Rabbit Heart
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  1. Dark Floral Skirt

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    handmade by Reiko

    , in Skirts
  2. cardigan

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    from second-hand store

    , in Cardigans
  3. blouse

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    Anna House

    , in Tops

Lolita outfit with my new amazing skirt made by czech lolita Reiko ♥
I wore it to a little lolita meet-up the last time I was in Prague.

more photos on my blog
kaninchenherz.blogspot.de/2013/04/the-town-of-despair.html

Comments (9)

EM P
You always rock the nicest lolita skirts. I'd love to snag one of the Rococo prints on your site, but they are sold out. Any chance of you doing comissions?
Rabbit Heart
Thank you =)
Unfortunatelly I´m not doing comissions, but I have a good news for you - I´m going to restock the black rococo lolita skirt soon ♪
EM P
Awesome, the purple one would be even more awesome, but the black looks great.
Carolina Sakuma
your skirt and cardigan are amazing! you look stunning.
Rabbit Heart
Thank you so much !
Joana S.
Really beautiful! <3
Tereza Saki
So pretty! Amazing skirt.
Rabbit Heart
Thank you =) !
Tallia G.
That skirt is amazing! For some reason it reminds me of the clothes they would wear during the 1700's but this is much more stylish
Rabbit Heart
Thank you so much =)
You´re right - lolita fashion has the biggest inspiration in Rococo era and it´s trying to transform it to a modern street fashion ♪

  

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