April 2nd, 2007
It made a half hour homework assignment of mine take about four hours.
Highly entertaining, home to pictures such as this: http://images.wikia.com/uncyclopedia/images/a/a9/Kitty40k.jpg
It's all user-edited, like wiki.
There is no entry on Gothic Lolita.
...Can we fix this? :)
I was wondering if anyone would be interested in coming?
(West Palm Beach, Florida)
If you email meta to reserve an item, do they usually send a confirmation email, or do they just contact you when the item is in stock? I'm not really sure how this works.
I'm scared for the shipping because I have a convention to go to on the 27th and I'm ordering now! -___-;; I also don't know what accessories to buy for it either. What type of headdress should I wear? What shoes would look best? I have something in mind for shoes [and it gives me a GREAT excuse to buy them ^.^] but idk. And I don't know how to make a little link thing to make this shorter. I'm so new I'm sorry -___-;;
thank you for help!!
Hi! Now I finally have a job with a reasonable income, I can start buying clothing that makes me happy! :D However, by Japan's standards I'm tall and fat putting me firmly in the Ookii section... Can anyone advise on brands that accommodate for girls with bigger figures? My measurements are roughly 39''-20''-40''
Help muchly appreciated ^^
Forgive the really bad drawing, my scanner doesn't work and so I had to use ms paint.
Its a white collard shirt with suspenders, a tie, and a mini tophat
Then its a pair of pants cut to shorts with like a one inch gap then hooked to the rest of the pants to make leg warmers in a way. Yeah66 what can I say I was bored when thinking it up and thought it cute.
I hope this isnt too OT, and if so, then I apologize in advance, but I need some help I know you lovely ladies can provide.
I have a project for my storyboarding class right now that requires me to draw a number of different rooms or environments. I want my own drawings to look as interesting and as challenging as possible, and I thought Lolita would be a great way to go. I know in the past some of us have posted pictures of our lolita-fied living spaces, and I remember seeing some really great ones.
So if you'd be so kind, share those pics again! Or point me out to other links where I can find Lolita inspired bedrooms.
What might also be interesting is pictures of shop interiors, but I know how difficult those can be to find sometimes (*sigh* I'd love to draw the inside of BTSSB *_*).
Any help you guys can offer is totally appreciated (and I hope my request made sense)! Thanks guys!
I own a whole bunch of Putumayo stuff, which I love dearly. Because of this, I wear it all quite often, and have been having some concerns about how to properly wash everything.
In particular, one short sleeved parka I have worries me the most. It has a pocket in the front, that has started the get a really 'worn' feel to it. You known when the material starts to get 'fuzzy', for lack of better words @_@;.
Because it's not a long sleeved hoodie, but rather a thinner short sleeved parka, I wash it regularly when I wear it, but have been becoming increasingly worried about ruining the quality of it, and pretty much all my Putu stuff by washing it so much.
Anyone have any advice? Is there something I can do, or is it just a normal effect for anything when you wear it alot?
: ) Thanks!
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Thannnksssss muchly! <3
I ask since I want to do gurololi with an all-white brand dress, but would like to bleach it back to normal so I can enjoy it with regular shirololi after the gorefest.
What do you guys think of bleaching certain brands?
From what I can gather, Baby and Meta don't use the most expensive of fabric or lace so it wouldn't be a horrid crime if I were to intentionally stain and then carefully bleach the dress.
But then I've also heard that the quality of the fabric varies from dress to dress. (Of course I'm only thinking of bleaching things made of cotton and other durable fabrics.)
So before I do any of this, I'd like some more opinions.
What do you all think?
Yea, nay, or just-do-a-freaking-commission-made-of-lo
If you are interested in VERY poofy skirts, and are not afraid of a bit of cutting, tucking and hemming, a crinoline may be useful. (laughs) Then again, it may not... Anyway, here's my information and pictures.
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Thanks for your time,