I was just wondering, is the Victorian Maiden/ Beth website slow for anyone? Whenever I go onto Beth it is like anciently slow and I have cable internet....(it been slow for me the last couple months)
Does this happen for anyone else?
It's hard to look at Beth stuff when it takes forever for anything to load...
thanks!~ just wanted to see if it was just my computer b/c I haven't seen it addressed here yet.
Hello, does anyone have sketches of the lolita clothing while it was being designed?
One of my Montreal "cork"-sole boots has a dent in the sole, so whenever I wear it outside on rainy/wet days [it has been raining for two months now..] it makes embarrassing fart-like noises if I walk normally, which usually gives me a lot of unwanted attention > _>
To avoid these noises, I have to either tip-toe or walk around looking like I have a broken leg, which.. isn't very elegant at all.
Any suggestions on how to fix the problem?
Mom would do a *facepalm* if I bought a new pair.. I've spent a lot of money lately. ._.;;
Thank you! ♥
After plowing briefly through a bunch of LJ entries via the search engine to see if my question has been asked/answered, I've decided that whatever came up was only slightly relevant and I figure I ought to ask anyway. :D
With all your headdresses, alice bows and other lacy/ruffly/colourful/plain/decorated headpieces.
Where do you hang them? O:
Do you find a special - uh. I don't know what it's called, but it's a wood/plastic/breakable stand sort of thing that stores use to put headbands, bits of jewelry and other such things on. Or drape things over, depending on the merchandise. (The ones I've seen look like a log cut in half and put on a square block. Just to describe it in a nonsensical way.) But anyway, do you have a special stand for them?
Or are they hung/placed wherever they fit?
The back of a chair, a hanger in a closet, stuffed in your chest of drawers, ect.
Personally, mine are draped over a hanger. But it feels like I ought to put them in a better place so that they don't end up with a permanent dent in them. x: