The ouji set includes:
- Blouse: Plenty of forgiving shirring; lace looks decent, but not impressive.
- Suspender shorts: For the suspenders, the lace looks low quality, but you can always replace the suspenders with your own.
- Bow tie
** They recommend to wear a camisole. The max waist for the pants is the listed size plus 20 cm.
The gothic set includes:
- Halterneck vest: With lining and shirring.
- Striped blouse: The design reminds me of ALGONQUINS; the lace also looks cheap.
- Asymmetrical skirt: Looks shiny.
** The max waist for the skirt is the listed size plus 42 cm.
The "sweet lolita" set includes:
- Knit bolero
- Skirt- Print is crisp, but it doesn't look like it can hold much of a petticoat.
Available as a pink or black set.
** They recommend to wear a camisole. The max waist for the skirt is the listed size plus 42 cm.
The "classic lolita" set includes:
- Headdress- Low quality-looking ribbon and lace.
- Peter pan collar blouse- It is thin enough where you can see the care tag from the outside.
- JSK- Low quality-looking ribbon and lace; skirt shape is very vertical and doesn't look like it can hold any type of petticoat; print looks crisp.
Available as a green or black set.
** They recommend to wear a camisole.
I wanted to share the ouji set the most because they are very plus size friendly which is a rare occurrence for non-custom ouji clothing! Let's take a look at the measurements:
Most lady's size for Japanese brand are max 90 for bust or max 72 cm for waist, so you compare how much larger their sizing runs. The ouji set is also the nicest looking set out of all of them plus it's the lowest priced out of the four. Honestly, the sweet and classic set do not look like they are worth the price because they lack the proper lolita shape. Just judging from the stock photos, the quality looks about equal to bodyline or lower end taobao shops. They actually have an international site that offers free shipping for new members for the rest of August, but these sets aren't on there as of today.
nissen also has this very neat reference chart where you can select a model between 150-175 cm and see them wearing different clothing lengths. For now it only shows size 3L, but it's a great reference to have!
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