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G: Gothic or sweet lolita?
Gothic! Sweet lolita is lovely, but I’m a little too tall and my ribcage is rather broad, so I can’t really pull the thing off, if because a lot of sweet lolita (or at least the dresses I like) tend to be a little less than forgiving in size. Gothic and Classical are my go-to styles, but I do own some sweet prints. :[
A: Do you own anything from Angelic Pretty?
I have some accessories and a bag banging about somewhere, but I have yet to own any AP dresses. Hopefully, I’ll be changing that because there is a wonderfully frilly lavender jumper skirt with a bustle and I CAN’T RESIST BUSTLES. I’ll probably just coord it with black because 90% of my clothing is black. Fuck me, I’m such a pastel goth.
Y: Upload a picture of yourself in lolita.
Haenuli’s Little Prince jumper is my favorite thing in the universe. :[
R: Rate these brands from your favorite to least favorite: Angelic Pretty, Btssb, A&P, Innocent World, Bodyline, and Metamorphose!
Innocent World, Metamorphose, Angelic Pretty, A&P, Btssb, Bodyline.
I: Do you think you ever went through an “ita” phase? Describe.
Oh god, was I ever ita. When I was a fledgling frill, I would go to thrift stores and adopt square-dancing dresses (thankfully, I had the sense to stay the hell away from gingham). They were all petti-less rufflebeasts with really awful, tacky lace. Lots of conflicting patterns and fabrics, usually paired with clunky boots and heavy gothic makeup. I think the worst thing I’d ever done was construct armwarmers out of this bizarre swiss-cheese fabric in black and pink. I cut out long sections, sewed the ends together, and used safety pins to attach all the stripes together.
Naturally, I paired them with my atrocious square-dancing dresses, and I deserved every bit of ridicule I got for them. :[ I think you’d have to try pretty hard to be more ita than me.