No, I no longer own my first Lolita piece. The first Lolita piece I purchased was a "Lolita" piece from eBay. The material, lace, and ribbon details were of a decent quality, but the dress had been assembled with black thread. It would be a better costume piece, rather than an addition to my Lolita wardrobe. I ended up getting rid of the piece to make room in my closet for other Lolita wardrobe pieces.
Technically, the oldest piece I own is a Baby, the Stars Shine Bright parasol that I friend purchased for me in Japan. The oldest Lolita clothing piece I own would by my Bodyline jumperskirt l348 in the pink colorway.
My most recent Lolita wardrobe addition would by my Angelic Pretty Melty Cream Doughnut jumperskirt in the pink colorway. I was a dream dress of mine for years, so I am ecstatic that I was able to purchase it!
The least expensive item would have to be my handmade Lolita skirt. The material was on sale originally, so my mother was able to make the skirt lovely, but very inexpensively. It is a nice main wardrobe piece.
My most expensive piece would be my Angelic Pretty Melty Cream Doughnut jumperskirt hands down. That is what happens when you order the re-release dress, at the full price, straight from the brand website.
This may be a little redundant, but my favorite Lolita item that I currently own is my newest addition. I am head over heels in love with my lovely Angelic Pretty Melty Cream Doughnut jumperskirt in the pink colorway.
This is a tough question! I would have to say that I wear my Precious Clove Letters to a Dear Lolita jumperskirt in the pink colorway most frequently. I just love the print of that particular piece so very much!
My handmade Lolita skirt is the piece I wear less frequently then the rest of my pieces as I prefer full dresses.
No, of course not! I usually purchase Lolita items well after I need them; I always use them once they arrive.
I need to add quite a few items to my wardrobe. I need: an additional petticoat, a pink blouse, a off-white blouse, another pink jumperskirt, a pink winter coat, a pair of tall winter boots and a few additional purses.
Never! I am certain new designs and prints will make their way into my wardrobe as other older styles move out. Additionally, this fashion allows and inspires changes I grow with this beautiful fashion style and I do not want to be limited by the pieces and accessories that are present in my wardrobe at a specific point in time.
I sold a lovely chiffon Lolita blouse that I had purchased from my-lolita-dress.com . The blouse measurements were incorrect. Thankfully the piece made it's way to another Lolita's collection and it fit her just fine!
Unfortunately, none. I do have plans to purchase two new one-piece dresses next year however!
There are currently four jumperskirts that I own, and that are part of my wardrobe!
I own just one Lolita skirt. I have a preference for Lolita dresses, rather than skirts.
Just one. I do need to purchase more for additional shapes, poof and weights for various seasons.
I wanted my wardrobe to be full and diverse. I didn't necessarily want a ridiculous amount of Lolita pieces, but pieces I truly loved. The more pastel, candy and animal prints and accessories in my wardrobe the better! Additionally, I wanted to have enough pieces so I would be able to wear Lolita as my main clothing style. Originally, by favorite pieces are extremely over the top in comparison to my desires now!
Closer to the wardrobe of my dreams. I want to be able to add more Sweet and Classical Sweet pieces to my wardrobe, add more Lolita essentials and have enough accessories to style and adapt the pieces I do have!
This survey was so much fun! I will be sure to take it once again in about a year to see how the answers have changes. Please fill out this survey as well and post your answers, or your link, below!
This is the account of one young woman and her passion for lolita Fashion.