these are awesome, it’s like am action battle skirt. just high enough not to step on, the front has ample leg maneuverability, and it looks rad. Want

I ummed and ahhed about reblogging this to my art main for a few days, because I wasn’t sure any of you guys would want to see my fashion designs. That’s right, this is my skirt design, you can buy it from, and it’s my name on the label. If I sound proud, it’s because I am! I don’t know jack about fashion so when I succeeded in getting this and several others through the Chicstar system I was over the moon! Chuffed to buggery and back!

I don’t wanna get on my followers wicks, so I’m asking! Would you guys like to see more of my fashion designs on here (produced and unproduced), should I upload them them just to my personal tumblr, or should I make a fashion-design specific blog? But for the record, I’d only be likely to update it a few times a year - I don’t do this a lot.

WOAH NO WAY YOU DESIGNED THIS? I would love to see more of your things holy crap. This is an amazing skirt and I’m sure whatever designs you do have are all really awesome!! :D (ALSO THANK YOU I REALLY WANTED TO BUY THIS)

This shit comes in my size.



Edit: Everything I looked at on this site comes in plus sizes up to what I can wear.

You do not know how much of a RELIEF it is to look at beautiful clothing with the reasonable expectation that I will be able to find what I like in my size.  You really don’t.  Unless you do.

Oh no being a fatty was the only thing stopping me from spending all my money on ridiculous frilly layered clothing but now the floodgates are opened.

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Soooo much warrior bling!  Who needs jeans or t-shirts… ;)Taken with (Instagram) Feel free to follow me here as well!I post personal pictures of yours truly, my art, daily life and my ever so epic adventures :)  My username: Tathariel 


Soooo much warrior bling!  Who needs jeans or t-shirts… ;)

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Chinese Hanfu

Also known as Hanzhuang (漢裝) or Huafu (華服), is the traditional dress of the Han Chinese people. The term Hanfu derives from the Book of Han, which says, “then many came to the Court to pay homage and were delighted at the clothing style of the Han [Chinese].”

The hanfu is now worn during some festivals or coming of age/rite of passage ceremonies, by hobbyists or historical re-enactors, by Taoist, Confucian or Buddhist monks and priests during religious ceremonies, or as a cultural exercise. It is often seen in Chinese television serials, films and other forms of media entertainment. The concept of hanfu is distinguished from the broader concept of traditional Chinese clothing. This excludes many changes and innovations in the dress of the Han Chinese people since 1644, the founding of the Qing dynasty, on the basis that such changes were imposed by force (such as through the Queue Order) or adopted through cultural influence from the ruling Manchu ethnicity. Thus, the qipao, while widely regarded as an example of traditional Chinese clothing, is not an example of hanfu since it derives from a Manchu clothing style.

Hanfu has a history of more than three millennia, and is said to have been worn by the legendary Yellow Emperor.

Components: Upper Garment (Consist of “yi”, which have loose lapels and are open),  Lower Garment (Consist of skirts called “chang”),  Collars (Generally, diagonally crossing each other, with the left crossing over the right),  Sleeves (Long and loose),  Buttons (Sparingly used and concealed inside the garment),  Fittings (Belts and sashes are used to close, secure, and fit the garments around the waist).

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