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Anonymous said: Madame, there is a butt ton of lolitas in New York, don't sell that lovely wardrobe :) <3

No no they are my babies I won’t sell them. I just thought I won’t be able to wear them as much as I want to anymore , so I will only take a minimum amount of lolita cloths with me. But I do look forward to meet the beautiful New York lolitas (^ω^)

starrylightbox said: Of course you can wear lolita here! Theres a huge community ^^

I saw some gorgeous new york lolitas here on tumblr and I’m very excited to meet you and everyone! I’m very shy at meeting new people so I never went to any meet ups in Tokyo, but I’ll give it a try in new york♪

Anonymous said: Why won't you be able to take your wardrobe with you?

Well now I wear lolita on a weekly basis to lives or lolita stores, places were lolitas are acceptable and expected, or just hang out with friends who are very supportive of my fashion style. I’m not gonna give up lolita after I move, but I just don’t think I’ll be able to live the same life style anymore (´・ω・`)

Lolita wardrobe memorial post.
I’m moving from Japan to New York soon and most of my lolita wardrobe won’t come with me. Probably won’t have much opportunity to wear frilly dresses anymore (´;ω;`)


I’d buy it if it was in black.

Ancient proverb (via kirkhammetts-wah)

I think it would be nice to be able to wear extravagant hats, and gloves, and all these extravagant clothes and not be on the street and not be mocked for it or questioned why. … If you wear a fantastic hat during the day in the street people say ‘where are you going? why are you dressed like that?’ and it’s maybe the most annoying question in the world. Why do we have to have a reason to dress up or to be glamorous or to have fun? Why do we have to have a reason for it? I hate it when people ask me why. Why not?

Dita Von Teese  (via albinwonderland)

c-iglia:

Demonology and Witchcraft by Sir Walter Scott, Bart.&#160;; in a series of letters addressed to J.G. Lockhart.

c-iglia:

Demonology and Witchcraft by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ; in a series of letters addressed to J.G. Lockhart.


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