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This is mostly related to Little Items such as dresses, cute nightgowns (pretty much any clothing), and other things that can be related to the DDLG community. I have search some sites but so far nothing has come up. I was curious to know where everyone else purchases their collars, clothing, etc. :)

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Etsy often has a lot of really good stuff. And then for stuff like clothing that's littleish I'd say have a look at some lolita shops perhaps, they might have the kind of thing you're looking for

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I'd love to hear this as well! I do most of my shopping at Goodwill, quite honestly. Sometimes you can find the Littlest things! .. But I usually just buy stuffies there, lol.
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Amazon has lots of things. Zulily, etsy, thrift shops, target, dollar stores, you can make your own if you're crafty.. torrid is a favorite of mine, I got a lot of bows and hair stuffs cheap around walmart and the Burlington coat factory. There are a few other sites but I'll have to edit my post when I can get home to my laptop to share those.

 

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Claire's is great for bows and I even brought a tutu and wand from there! Baby's R Us if you are into pacifiers but they don't have adult nipples so beware. They also have soft blankets and things like that. As DaddysLolita said the dollar store is actually great. They have cheap ruffle socks and such.
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Claire's is great for bows and I even brought a tutu and wand from there! Baby's R Us if you are into pacifiers but they don't have adult nipples so beware. They also have soft blankets and things like that. As DaddysLolita said the dollar store is actually great. They have cheap ruffle socks and such.

Claire is ridiculously fun! I love their bows and earrings!

 

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I know! My Daddy Bearalways try's to rush past it in the mall without me noticing because I can easily spend fifty dollars in bows and earrings and things! Plus Claire's is so popular nobody really thinks of seeing me walking in there, they probably assume I'm buying for a child. :) it's also relatively cheap.
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Normal stores. I mean, you can find "DD/LG" or "AB/DL" theme shops on Etsy. But what's in a title? A real life store works too.

 

I get my collors from pet stores(yes that's right pet stores) and the pet department of stores. They work just the same if not better. After all they are made for use not just décor.

 

Cute clothes? Check out a store near you. Nerds/Geeks are all over the place, thus a lot of awesome adult clothes. Like super heroes or Hello Kitty. Check the Jr. Department, Jr clothes are just "teenage" sizes, and 15, 16, 17, 18 year olds sizes really are the same as adult.

You can always check the kids department, kids there's days are getting fatter. Which is bad for them(and there parents) but good for Littles who want cute outfits. Plus sized kids clothes (or if your like me you could just fit a kid's medium or large)

 

Of course the baby department is a great place for sippy cups, binkies, baby food and cute dish wear. If your into diapers, well of course you could get them their too. Or of course a baby store like Baby's R Us. No one's going to ask or think your getting things for yourself, they'll assume your buying for a child.

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Honestly, most of my stuff has come from either WalMart or Hot Topic. Walmart has onesie PJ's, and I've gotten adult size Lion King night shirts and Toy Story pants from there also. I have a dress I bought at Hot Topic almost a decade ago (holy crap, I've been a little for TEN YEARS???), and they have some fun character clothes, especially good if you're on the nerdy side ^_^

 

Daddy recently bought me some Lolita-style dresses and shoes from Milanoo.com and I'm looking at getting a seifukiu from them also. Last weekend I went to an anime convention and bought a REALLY EFFING CUTE sweater from a shop called Sorbet Jungle. They don't have a ton of clothes, but their designs are adorable!

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Lately most of my stuff has been bought from Amazon and Hot Topic. My onesies and my pacis were bought from Amazon and most of my t-shirts and other clothes were bought from hot topic (they have the cutest socks at the stores ahh ; u ; ) A lot of my stuffies are from target and wallmart though. I also personally suggest the adorable kigurumi's that are on amazon. There is this one really cute kitty one that I ordered recently and I absolutely adore it!~

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What about actual princess dresses? Am I stuck with cosplay sites and Halloween shops? I can find superheroes and hello kitty and cool geek stuff all day, no problem. I wants princess dresses!

I gotta learn to sew...

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There are a lot of no-sew projects out there that are good for little-fying existing clothes like iron on t-shirt transfers, adding ruffles and lace to shorts with fabric glue or making your own tutu! Pinterest has a lot of great ideas for things like that :3 I highly suggest making an account if you don't have one already!

 

Elencha, I'm assuming by princess dresses you mean fluffy pretty ruffly things as opposed to like Disney princess replica dresses? For fluffy pretty dresses, Milanoo, TaoBao, or FanplusFriend is probably your best bet....they're cosplay sites sort of? But they have a lot of Lolita-style dresses there too. ^_^

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Ooooh! I never heard of those, I just took one look at that FanPlusFriend and fell in love!!! I actually was thinking renaissance/medieval princess dresses, but some of these are enchanting! Thank you!

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There are a lot of no-sew projects out there that are good for little-fying existing clothes like iron on t-shirt transfers, adding ruffles and lace to shorts with fabric glue or making your own tutu! Pinterest has a lot of great ideas for things like that :3 I highly suggest making an account if you don't have one already!

 

Elencha, I'm assuming by princess dresses you mean fluffy pretty ruffly things as opposed to like Disney princess replica dresses? For fluffy pretty dresses, Milanoo, TaoBao, or FanplusFriend is probably your best bet....they're cosplay sites sort of? But they have a lot of Lolita-style dresses there too. ^_^

Nooooooo...NOT PINTEREST!!!  It will consume your soul and make you forget about doing your homework...then, you will get spankings for not following your rules!!!  :p

 

But, to answer the OP's question...

 

I bought Princess Katie (DaddyJsPrincess) a couple of beautiful and adorable dresses (and shoes) from Milanoo.  They can be a little pricey, but it is good quality stuff and they do carry some larger sizes that most places do.

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