so, after a few years dressing in Lolita, I feel I have to grow up a bit (especially because I already look very young for my age and Lolita doesn't really help) and decided to not dress in Lolita anymore. But I'm very reluctant to let go of my clothes. From the inside I am still a Lolita, I adore the dresses.
My question to you all is: if you ever didn't want to dress in Lolita anymore but still want to keep the clothes, what would you do with the clothes?
Personally, if I had the space I would buy a dozen of mannequins and dress them up in Lolita xD just to have my own personal Lolita museum.
Sorry my English is not too good, I am an exchange student live in USA now. I ordered $400 of item from Bodyline on December 13 and was wondering when it ship? Used airmail $5 flat rate shipping, the last day the tracking was update is December 16. Anybody have experience with Bodyline shipping please? I am new here, thank you.
Everybody must have a reason why they got into the fashion, but for some it is more than just something you wear. It's an inspiration, a beloved hobby, or even a hero to some in a way.
For me, dressing in lolita, at my age of 15, was a way to fit in without fitting in, but still fitting in. I could do something out there and fun without having the hassle of going through ridicule at school. Along the way I noticed that when I wear the fashion it I just feel good and accepted, and the girls I've met so far have been wonderful. I love lolita because of the way I feel in it and the people I've met along the way. I love it because it saved me from being the "Life sucks, woe is me." teenage girl. It gives me courage and makes me feel beautiful, even if all I do is wear a frilly dress around the house. I can express myself and feel great and not give a single care about what others think. That's why I love lolita.
After saying that, I have but one simple question.
Why do YOU love lolita?
I've been looking around for wooden rhs (especially the shinichi (wingtip) ones) and it seems I'm coming up empty handed at each and every turn. Double-Decker doesn't have them, Lolita lola seems to not be selling them anymore. I simply don't know where to look. What has happened to all the wooden RHS? I can find foam heeled ones aplenty but I don't want those, wood I much more prefer.
Has anyone seen any?