Haven't has one in a long time, so here we go. Post your wtf-inducing, unnerving, poorly made, not-remotely-lolita, and other finds from Etsy and other sites.
"I was inspired by my childhood fascination with Marie Antoinette and my adulthood interest in the French revolution. It’s an homage to the rococo era aesthetic as well as a memorium to the revolution. I wanted to capture both sides of that time in history. You have the world of the elite which was a sort of fantastical, opulent wonderland, and then you have the reality for the everyday citizens of France which was extremely harsh and brutal. It was this clash of classes that lead to the French Revolution."
>>10505604That’s a lot of words to say nothing
>>10505604>>10505605>>10505607Who tf bought this lmao?>>10505606This.
I think about this one a lot.
>>10505633this is the reference photo btw
>>10505604Okay but WHAT IS IT though
>>10505616Oh my god
>>10505600It's sad because that lace, properly cut, would make a nice detachable collar
>>10505616It's the chanel stamp that really brings it together
>>10505690Lmao you know some chanel whore would jump on that though if they thought it was legit.
>>10505604If they had only one shred of interest in Marie Antoinette, they’d know she never said that line.
>>10505700Or any interest in French history. 14 and 15 were assholes. 16 probably would have listened to them, but was distracted fighting the American revolution and honestly may have not been made for the job of king. The people hated Marie Antoinette because she was Austrian.
>>10505616despite everything it's the most well made thing in this thread so far
>>10505601is that... a bag?
>>10505616i kinda love it, the anguished looking open mouths and the crucifixion-adjacent posing in addition to the chanel logo genuinely is funny to me. this person seems to know what they're doing in the taxidermy department too. but i still would absolutely not wear rat skin panties. >>10505635the tagging is so weird and the pricing is SO fucking off, you can find actually nice looking macrame jewelry that isn't so fucked and with properly finished ties/a clasp (still not for j-fash) for $20-$30
>>10505731she wasn't really behaving in a proper way for a queen, her mom and big bro tried to warn her a lot abour it, knowing full well it was given her haters ammunition against her. Louis XVI was a good man, he was too nice/weak to really ask his wife to act in a proper regal way. They were not monsters just naive/weak. They never received the proper education to prepare them for their jobs. Louis XVI weren't the first in line in succession for a long time and Antoinette was one of the last children of Marie Thérèse and she was very spoiled. And they did surround themselves with a bunch of parasites to not help their cases.
>>10507086It's like if Paris Hilton became president somehow. Like of course shes going to fuck up, rich party-girls always do
>>10507086She was honestly not even as bad as you are describing even for the times. It really was just because she was Austrian and the resentment that society had for the visibly wealthy which was understandable. She was interesting in that while she didn't do anything to support systemic problems (which wasn't her job or what she was educated for) she would often offer help when she came across poor people in person, like paying for an orphan/poor child's boarding and doing other small favors for the poor. The government had problems but there is a ton of misinformation and lots of rumors that don't really give an accurate account of what she was personally like or her actions since there were a lot of phony scandals and stuff. She wasn't perfect and fuck/eat the rich and all that but she probably did as good a job as queen as the average teen to 20s young girl her age would have given they were trained as royalty and grew up with wealth.