Don’t be afraid
I recently bought a skirt from target that looks like this:
I spent about $5 on said purchase. Now, I love Hello Kitty, and I mean I L_O_V_E Hello Kitty, I collect Hello Kitty items at every possible chance as long as it’s in my budget and adds to my collection in a nice way. I have pens, pajamas, backpacks, stickers, notepads, Christmas ornaments, earmuffs, and TONS of clothes, including some of my favourite items in my entire closet. However, this skirt, just wasn’t work for me. For one, it’s long, past my knee, and something about it always seemed more childish than cute.Childish in a shapeless sorta way. But I love the pink tulle and I liked the print underneath, but this skirt kept sitting in my closet, unworn, and I started feeling like I’d wasted money.
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An unpopular opinion, I’m sure =’(
While I’m sure this won’t be well received, I’m saying it anyways. But first, understand that I fully support Bunny’s decision to transition to a female character. It’s not the character I have a problem with, it’s the amount of black and red and somewhat cyberness of the costume. When I think of Rabbit, I think of that dilapidated and sad robot singing Honeybee. To me, that will be Rabbit, and to transition that to a female character, I envisioned an entirely different aesthetic. No black and red stripes, definitely not cyberlocks. When I think of Rabbit, I think more of steampunk, more… antique looking, like tarnished metals, a corset, maybe a poofy bell-shaped skirt, or maybe even a more gothic aristocrat style (which I think would would be RAD AS HELL on Rabbit). I re-watched Honeybee and immediately, that idea jumped out.