A Woodland Fawn, A Forest Monastic

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Anime North- Dolly-kei Saturday
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On Saturday I wore Dolly-kei. I'd almost describe it as OTT dolly, as I tried to use every detail of the style. I love wearing Dolly-kei as it's the style that most fits my personality, and it also lets me wear my natural, crazy hair!

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Top to bottom:
Antler headdress- Handmade by me
Fox, knife and horn, Turkish belt, gloves- Vintage
Maple brooch- Made by TheHoneyComb
Blouse- H&M
Skirt, shoes, tassels, bag- Thrifted
Tights- Nordstrom
Underdress- Giant Tiger

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With my good friend Linda (swtgreentea) in St. Mephisto Cathedrale

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The parking lot... Clearly my natural environment, lol~

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I met the lovely actor who plays The Captain in the fabulous webcomic Romantically Apocalyptic! We both took photos of each other and talked about Art Nouveau, haha.

Later that day I was heading back to the hotel to meet my friends, and had my photo taken by Tenleid!
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Once I got back to the hotel, I ended up having a photoshoot with my friends, and Steph took some great photos of me in the bushes (so prickly, haha).

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My makeup was extremely simple for the day, as the point is to go for a natural look-
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Sorry for such a long post, and see you soon!

Kaisha

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I love it! You look lovely! It's wonderful.
These antlers are perfect
<3 Kiss
Anasis

Wow, what a wonderful look. You look amazing. I just had one question, are those real antlers? If so, how do you have them attached?

Hi there! Thank you so much! In answer to your question, the antlers are real. I used a dremel saw to cut them from the skullcap, then drilled a hole in each and attached them to a sturdy headband with small screws. I then attached flowers to them. you can see how thick the headband is in some of the pictures (it's the shiny copper coloured bit). The thickness helped keep the antlers steady as well as distributed the weight more evenly over my head, so no headaches, haha.

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