This is nice and casual, but I kinda wish there was one row of ruffle to cover her knees. I don't dislike knees, but I feel like with bare legs and ankle socks, a slightly longer visible hem would make it look more balanced. (btw, you do have nice legs, I'm not criticizing your bodyparts)>>9358770
Good "my first Lolita" coord; sure it's not perfect but you can tell she's trying. My complaints are shorter then then compliments; Those buttons stick out too much; replace them with something that matches the color of the blouse (so you can use the blouse with a lot of coords). Seriously consider buying or making wrist cuffs (they are a good beginner lolita project). Add one or two pearl necklaces to make that chocker less "trendy" and more rococo-era (the time period of the dresses on the bunnies in your skirt's print). Lastly, add some kind of gold or white hair clip next to your flower clip to make your head look more accessorized.>>9358768
Love it, beautiful. Only complaint is if your head piece and choker have silver micro chains, then you need a few more references to silver besides that ring. But that's more like improvement advice; it's great as-is.>>9359039
So simple, so perfect; love the hat and shoes matching. It's like pretty bookends to the coord.