so...would anyone REALLY be interested in buying something like the necklace i posted earlier??? i can take custom orders as well...
the colors for the rest of the necklace (this one was done in black and white) that are available are red, green, black, white, brown, and blue. I am willing to do any color combinations. i may be buying other colors soon as well. and i also have a large variety of beads... so yeah. I have multicolored cameos and such as well... EX:: i have a b&w i'm using for the next one.
SO>>>> let me know peoples! I'd appreciate it..
i'm really up for making any type of loli jewelry..so hit me up with some ideas, as i am quite capable of buying the material and creating new "styles".
i'm new to the egl style and i was wondering if anyone knew any sites that showed nice images of the kodona style. i would like to get some ideas. the site doesn't have to be in english, i just need sites. thanks.
I'm really curious what people think on this, because I've noticed Sweet Lolita seems to be quite popular over here, though I've always been more influenced by the gothic styles myself.
Is EGL essentially about dressing/feeling like a little girl to you? Do you aim for the innocent, sweet childish look in your clothing choices? If yes, is there any reason for this?
I'm not knocking sweet lolita at all, I'm just trying to understand it a little better. You see, I don't really think of EGL as little girl style, I'm more interested in recreating looks from a past era that I find elegant or pretty and adding in the cute original flairs the style has evolved with, chunky footwear, poofy skirts, a bit of gothic/punk here and there. But I pick things I probably wouldn't have liked when I was younger and all into pink frills and bows. Theres a definite difference there for me.
Thats why I really like the victorian beauty of VM and Mary Magdelene, or the dark artsy stuff of Antique beast. I want to know what motivates fans of BtSSB and its kind.
I found the discussion of what Gothic Lolita meant to everyone quite useful, but here's a question from someone pioneering her own Gothic looks at the moment, and unsure how exactly to codify and put together the best looks - and then, what they are.
What do you see as the real dividing line between, say, Victorian or other period Gothic and Gothic Lolita?
Considering that I'm new to sewing itself as well as lolita, I don't really know how to judge lace quality. I know that %100 poly is cheap and shows it, but what kinds of lace are best? How about Venise or Battenburg? I;m looking on ebay where crappy and nice laces are right next to eachother for about the same price. How can I tell them apart when the content isn't listed?
Sorry if this was asked before. I've been looking through the history, but I might have missed it.
There was a webstore called Gothic Veils, but it's not there anymore. I know the seller sells on ebay, but I don't remember what her name was. Does anyone know what I am talking about? What I am looking for is bows (often with cute add ons like strawberries) with clips, if it helps. I guess I'm a bit vague. But thanks.