Playing: Punk Rock Princess (Acoustic)-Something Corporate
After 2 years of persuasion, I finally persuaded my mum to buy me a Lolita dress. Well actually, to allow me to use her credit card online to buy a Lolita dress. I also expanded my horizons quite a bit. Before, the only two real Lolita brands I knew about were Angelic Pretty and Baby, The Stars Shine Bright. Thanks to A Sweet Lolita in Debt and Sweet Lolita on the Go, I discovered Bodyline! It's so much more reasonably priced. I can see paying $30-$60 for a Lolita outfit, but not $300 or more. I was orignally aiming for a pink or blue dress, but my accessories favored a black dress instead.
Here are some picture of the packaging. I waited 4 days in anticipation for this! Now for the pic drop. Please excuse my too many pictures. It's my first dress and I'm so excited!
Check out the new floor of my house! My parents are so happy with it...Ok, back to the point, the pictures are the front and back of the dress. The last one is the bow that came with it. Do all Bodyline dresses come with a matching bow?
The lighting came out a lot better on these photos then I expected it to. It was raining, so I was afraid that the photos would come out oddly. I was also afraid that my dress would be soaked through. These are all close ups of the: collar, hem, and the tie thing-y's in the back. I bought a size medium and it's a bit tight on me. I usually wear a USA size small, but they didn't have any smalls left. I forgot that these were Japanese sizes, so it's a good thing that I got the medium. It's a tad tight on me though, so I'm going to run more to squeeze in. I'll post pictures of my possible accessories for it later on.
Have you ever splurged on something that you know you won't wear a lot, but you just had to have it?
It looks a bit maid-ish, huh? I just noticed that...I'm still happy with it though!