Where’s the best places to buy more alternative, goth, or even goth lolita clothes at??
some places i browse (cuz i’m poor n saving) are pastelloves (mostly for shoes) deerdoll is great for gothic lolitia stuff, shein and journelle have some nice lingerie and sleepwear if you like that, nastygal, princess polly, yesstyle, hot topic and h&m are pretty good for alt clothes but they can be quite expensive but h&m is really good quality
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Hey just wondering, do you have any good shopping site recommendations for pastel or cutesy stuff? Clothing or object wise?
I get a majority of my clothes on yesstyle (my favorite online shopping site for sure) but I’ve made good experiences with deerdoll, too. (I have yet to put other popular websites such as sanrense or youvimi to the test but once I do, I’ll make sure to let you know if they’re good or not!) As for cutesie collectors items, plushies etc. I recommend aliexpress (all you need to do is check reviews to make sure the seller is not gonna scam you), wish (again, check reviews pls), blippo kawaii shop, etsy and ebay! I’ve ordered a bunch of Sanrio items on ebay (not used, there are sellers selling brand new licensed Sanrio stuff on ebay in case you didn’t know!)
I think that’s it, I’ve gotten pretty much all of my cute, pastel and Sanrio stuff from these places online. ♡
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Can you give me tips for your princess looks (maybe some that don't cost a lot of money...) I've tried to copy some of yours at home but because we look quite different/have different wardrobes it doesn't really work.
ofc, angel! ♡
I have some pieces (such as my blouse inspired by Cinderella, or my new Aurora dress) that are directly inspired by Disney princesses, but you don't need to have something like that for a princess look! puff sleeves, layered skirts/petticoats, floral patterns, corset-style tops and dresses, and pretty fabrics like tulle and silk will make you look and feel like a princess 🌸
you can find such styles cheaply from shops like deerdoll, h&m, topshop and even primark. I buy frequently from peiliee, which is a bit more expensive but the pieces are handmade! corset styles/puff sleeves are in fashion at the moment so you'll probably be able to get them at any big fashion chain; my Renaissance art corset as pictured below was from prettylittlething!
shops like selkie, lirika matoshi and for love and lemons are great places to look (for inspo if you can't afford, which for me is a lot of the time) because they make beautiful clothes that are worth the price.
tiaras can be bought very cheaply; same with flower crowns, which you can also make for free! hats, gloves, parasols and fans are all accessories that can make all the difference.
lots of princesses are fresh-faced so there is no need to wear any at all! but if you want to, I suggest pink blush across your cheeks and perhaps your nose, some mascara and Vaseline/lipgloss. this is as much makeup as I usually wear; it's easy to do so you have more time for princess things, and will enhance your natural beauty ♡
there are princesses with all types of hair! I remember being absolutely overjoyed when The Princess and the Frog came out. long hair, short hair, wavy hair, kinky hair. no matter what you will be able to find a regal style that fits your texture. hair accessories like Alice bands, bows, ribbons and flowers will definitely come in handy! 🌸🌷☁️
for hair and makeup, you can maybe take some inspiration from modern day princesses and royals too! I often style a tiara with a natural makeup look and a few strands of hair loose like the Duchess of Sussex, for example 👑
a princess is mostly defined by her attitude. be compassionate towards people and animals, optimistic about life, and try and be gracious even in difficult circumstances.
be well-read, have direction, and speak eloquently. try and cultivate what skills you have, and maybe develop some new ones. no pursuits are necessarily more worthy than others, so do what you enjoy!
you don't have to be meek, elegant and feminine to be a princess. you also don't have to be fiery, confrontational or wilful! no one personality is right. but even the shyest princesses have courage and determination, and the strongest ones are empathetic and can compromise.
if any of these bullet points aren't for you, disregard them! as Sara Crewe says, every girl is a princess!
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