My Test.. So about two weeks ago, I did a blog about the online bullying that is going on in the lolita community... Having been on the awful behind the bows now about 4 times.. I kind of knew where they had got my picture from.. and wanted to prove it... So I had my boyfriend take a picture of me in a lolita dress without a blouse on! Some girls think this to be a 'sin' and surprise surprise.. Today I'm on behind the bows at number 21! ... I did post the picture on a lolita page on facebook, called closet of frills:daily lolita co-ords... A lot of girls post pics of what kind of lolita outfit they are wearing.. and other people can tell you what they think, if they like it, how to make it better and so on.. In lolita there are meant to be rules.. Like your ment to wear a blouse, your skirt or dress is ment to be puffy, your shoes have to be a certain style, and colours are meant to match and so on, I won't bore you with all the details.. But here are some.. So-calle…
Behind The BowsBehind the bows is well known in the lolita community for the posting of doctored pictures (faces are blanked out) with horrible taglines and comments. Victims pictures can be selected for some of the below reasons:
Not wearing expensive brands. Being overweight Being underweight Not being considered to meet the exact 'look' that some seem to think is the only correct way to wear lolita. Just starting out Personal attacks
I recentl watched a girl on YouTube having a rant about people being on
there, people sending things in, then writing some very, very nasty
things. This girl has now found herself on behind the bows for her efforts.
I, myself have been put on there two times now and I know that
someone I know in the lolita community uploaded the pictures that were copied from
my Facebook profile. Not the friendliest of fashion communities is it?
I've a very good friend who's pictures have ended up on this hateful site. She modfies and makes her own clothes…
Rocking Horse Shoes I'm a big Vivenne Westwood fan! I love that she makes platfroms and designed my all time favourite Shoes - Rocking Horse Shoes, They were made in 1986 part of the ''mini Crini'' collection. with lots of full skirt and corsets. This collection was very 'before' Its time, its very much a look you would find in Japan of today, very lolita... Viv Westwood RHS 1986 The rocking horse shoes are very much like ballet shoes, but with a platform! Today, Viv Westwood still make them, as with putting a new spin on it With rocking horse golf shoes and other kinds... VivWestwood RHS/Boots 2014 They are still £300+ for a pair... I'm saving for some at the mo! But alot of other shoes are doing their own take on this shoe. Bodyline are making some very good ones at about £40 ish... From shoes to a boot in alot of colours. Bodyline Shoes278 Bodyline Shoes263 Bodyline Boot/Shoes277 http://www.bodyline.co.jp/bodyline/ Also Minkyshop.com are doing there own take on them.…