julijinxi asked: Do you know how I could find neo-gal/gyaru on Taobao? It seems quite new, but this is literally my perfect style. I've never found a proper name for it.
Definitely do not input neo gal or anything like that xD You’ll probably have to search around using brand names, magazine names, and /or have a good idea of exactly what type of items you really want to complete the look. These are a few search inputs that yielded results you may like:
fig & viper
天鹅绒连衣裙 (velvet dress)
天鹅绒半身裙 (velvet skirt)
Anonymous asked: Are there any brands that carry bigger sizes?
Hmm, well usually medium sizes in Japanese brands are closer to small in American brands. Even lolitas come across this problem where the clothes may not fit, so they usually go to taobao or independant sellers . You’ll have better luck finding replicated brands that come in bigger sizes (I’m not sure what bigger is to you…so I’m just saying this under the pretense of ‘if someone is bigger than the japanese size M or L ) D’: I’m not sure what happened to the plus sized ma*rs sub-brand….However, most items that are free sized will probably/maybe fit, so always consider those! Although, to be fair, I’m not exactly how the sizes convert when it comes to various brands D’:
hyperrealisticdreams asked: what exactly is neo gyaru?? I'm looking through the tag and it seems really interesting, but what exactly separates it as a substyle?
It’s really based off grungy looks, style wise. Which, I don’t think other substyles play with. Makeup-wise still the same, except they play with darker lip colours and crazy hair colours too. This post goes more in depth on it : http://missalmightyx.tumblr.com/post/63951351597/the-rise-of-neo-gal
Anonymous asked: Does ruby rose have a online store or blog ? It's so pretty
No online store as far as I know. They’re on the 6 Floor at Shibuya 109. Official Site: http://www.rubyrose.jp >: <3 They make lovely accessories , I agree :)