The rolecall posts must be getting annoying...but this long-time lurker wants to know if there's any Hawaii lolita out there, specifically Big Island ladies! I read about a couple of meet-ups in Oahu, but as you know, that's an ocean away, sooooo.
I just got my first dress, and was looking for help or any suggestions from experienced lolita...or just someone to hang out with so I don't feel so alone on this big rock. OTL
Bonus points if you have BJD! It can be a combo BJD + Lolita meetup, if we can find enough people!
Hey, I thought Y'all might like to know that bodyline has some killer JSKs right now that are selling out rather quickly. I don't feel like I need to provide a link because everybody knows where to find them. Oh and some killer coats as well. I may host a group order if people are interested.
Bodyline is really stepping up their game. I used to never want anything from bodyline, and just buy brand all the time. I'm considering one of those coats if they will be warm. I don't know too much about bodyline coats though.
What are your thoughts (if any) on males who dress in Lolita clothes? Just curious.
Hi, i'm sorry for this being so annoying but, are they're any connecticut/mass/new york lolitas out there? I looked for a new england loli comm and didn't find one. I would just love to meet some that live in my area. (i live in ct.)
In contribution to this month's theme, I'd like to suggest Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.
It isn't exactly Victorian, but its got a Gothic twist to it, rather unique for an Austen Novel.
Catherine Morland is an atypical heroine - a little on the plain side(at first), ignorant and clueless about the world, and her parents don't care enough to educate her when she leaves the safety of her country home to the town of Bath.
After various adventures, scrapes and some heart break, she eventually winds up with the first nice gentleman she meets, and becomes wiser about how she chooses her friends. A sweet little story, with a happy ending (yay!) and it isn't very long so its rather easy to read!