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Street Snaps: AnimeBoston 2013

Group Shot after the Lolita panel.
Armed with the last of my business cards and a kit lens, I did my best to capture as many Lolitas as I could.

Note: As always, please credit me if you decide to use these photos elsewhere. And if you see your photo and would like it taken down, please let me know!

Dealer's Room/Artist Alley:
Checkmate in Chess Chocolate.

Lolita Friends Forever

Roses are red.

Haneuli's Stained Glass, and White Cat

Haenuli's Royal Kitten in Red.

Lolita booth babe.

 Lolita Fashion Show
These two girls felt plain and unassuming, but with Lolita fashion that's never the case.

Cute and blue.

My partner in line. First time AnimeBoston attendee.

Strawberry in Black.
Panelists who kept Lolita fashion real.

Brave girl! She a modified Gunne Sax dress.

Berry Bluebell.

"My spoon is too big."

Two girls from New York who made the last minute decision to go.

Daydream Carnival Twins

Snow White in red.

Something Deeper's Lynda sporting Wa lolita

Simply Strawberries.

Get this queen a coach.

Aristocratic Sophisticate.

Gloomy Beart vs. Lolita. Who do you think won?


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