Dollfie Dream Hakama

Documentation of the progress of making a Dollfie Dream Hakama ^^/ Initially it started out as something which is meant for M-bust, but as I adjusted the pattern it became something which will fit the L-bust DDII ^^;

Above is the first attempt, the tie straps were too bulky so I changed that later on. Also felt that the sleeves could be longer ^^/

Another photo of first attempt because Aki is kawaii :P

M-bust attempt 2, Aki looks adorable in it no? ^^;

Luckily Hakama bottom took one try (after some careful planning)

Looking back, the first couple attempts, the opening/collar definitely needed some work ^^;

Aki look super adorable modelling it ^o^!

The first 2 hakama tops shows a bit too much cleavage on L-bust ^^;

Also the collar of the top was a bit funky >_<;

When put on L-bust body, it’s very distracting lol!

The final top covers up better and look a bit more elegant ^o^

I made a pair of tabi too, but forgot to take photos before I pack it up to ship ^^; You saw some sneak peeks with the new owners ^^;/ (I have an arrangement with Danny’s lovely musumes and make clothes on commission for them occasionally :) )

Omake pix: Mirin tries on Yuki Morikawa’s default wig ^o^/ Looks pretty cute no? I wish her neck doesn’t look so long tho lol!

Thanks for looking :)

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  1. kuraikawai
    kuraikawai says:

    hi Chun! you made the hakama bottom part as a skirt? or trousers? I want to try to make my own too :) I know Mashiro Mito’s hakama set is a skirt,so since I can’t see it well, I was wondering how you made yours :)

    • chun
      chun says:

      Mashiro Mito DD’s hakama set looks like it’s just gather? Mine’s version is pleated, I did some research on google to check and see how the human ones are like and went from there. This one is quite basic I think, iron some pleats on the fabric you’re gonna use and secure with pins, and just make sure you make the length you want plus seam allowance. The top needed a few tries as it wasn’t covering enough lol

  2. Sylvia
    Sylvia says:

    Looks amazing! I take iaido and hakamas look cool but are a butt to workout in. :)

    P.S. I can’t help but find it funny that their holding the sword in their left hand. There’s no such thing as a left-handed samurai. LOL

    • chun
      chun says:

      lol thanks for the correction LOL I didn’t take it into account which hand should it be when I was trying to make the sword STAY in their hands XP lol (they drop out time to time)

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