Since I’ve been so obsessed with Domino Dollhouse’s galaxy print leggings (which I have) and dress (which I covet), I’ve decided to do a roundup of fatshionistas rocking them. I like seeing how different people style them differently!
Skulls! Pleather! Fuzzy jacket! Yeah, I love everything about this outfit.
I came across this post from when Domino Dollhouse was just starting up. This floral dress is absolutely gorgeous, and I wish it were still available! (Also, dresses starting at $18?! I’m sad I missed that. Right now I’m drooling over the $70 star-print skater dress…and the $90 galaxy-print dress.)
Hoodie: T.J. Maxx (years and years ago), dress: Pop Up Plus, leggings: Domino Dollhouse, belt: ReDress, flower crown: Crown and Glory, shoes: Naot, earrings: present from Steve, short necklace: pendant from Michael’s on a chain, longer necklace: Roxie Sweetheart, studded wristband: PacSun, spike wristband: Hot Topic, rose bangle: H&M
I was so excited to get my hands on a pair of Domino Dollhouse’s galactic-print leggings. I originally ordered them in a 2x when they first came out, but that turned out to be too big, so I had to exchange them for a 1x–and then wait for them to come back in stock. My pair finally arrived on Christmas Eve, so it felt like a present.
They’re super-comfy, and I love how they look on me, so I’ve already worn them multiple times. Here’s my first outfit–another one will be coming soon!
Shirt: Old Navy, jacket: Kohl’s, leggings: Domino Dollhouse, boots: Target, bow: Crown & Glory, necklace: Claire’s, rainbow bangle and earrings: So Good, spike wristband: Hot Topic, black and silver bangles: Deb and Torrid
This lady has the most amazing style ever. Make sure to click through and look at her other outfits!
Hello Kitty + gold bow + pink cardi = awesome.
I usually try not to get into the manufactured-desire cycle of New! Collections! Coming! Out! But I make an exception for Domino Dollhouse, because 1.) their shit is just that awesome, 2.) I feel significantly less bad about unbridled consumerism when it supports small indie designers, and 3.) I don’t have that many other options for truly fabulous clothing. It’s not like I can just walk into a thrift store and pick up a $10 prom dress or any of the other awesome things I’ve seen in straight sizes. I do hope that, ideally, Domino Dollhouse clothing and other fabulous plus size stuff ends up in thrift stores eventually.
With that out of the way, here are the clothes:
It’s just like the mint green skater dress with bones, except red with stars! I’m much more into star print than bones print, and I love the shape of this dress, so…it’s going to be very, very tempting.
Leopard + spikes + cosmic print? Yes, please.