When I visit http://galaxxxyrocks.com/, I get a message saying “we will be back” and a password prompt. Any idea what’s up with that?
Oh hai anon, thanks for your feedback =D I’ve removed the fairy-kei tag from my outfit tags because I realize that offends you, and being offensive and hurtful is not ever what I meant to do. You see, my lovely, I’m quite ok with looking ridiculous. I’m ok with breaking fashion rules, and I’m ok with not looking like I walked out of a MILK catalogue. The whole reason I got into some of the japanese street fashions was because they consistently broke rules. The main premise, at least to my understanding, of fairy-kei and Spank! is to use a lot of DIY and thrifted elements. Yes, there are expensive you can buy and yes these brands will guarantee you place in the fairy-kei hall of fame. But is that what fairy-kei is about? Sounds a lot more like Lolita to me, a fashion that tends to drive people away because of its strict rules and fashion police. And that’s fine because that’s how that community has chosen to operate.
However, you’ve informed me that my outfits are so not fairy-kei, so I shall refrain from calling them that. Instead, I’ll call them fairy-kei inspired because that’s what they are. I love Spank! and some of the fairy-kei blogs, and that’s where I draw lots of my inspiration. So, fairy-kei inspired, they are. I hope this suits the community better.
And lovely, don’t tell me that shouldn’t go like that. I’ll go however I please. Perhaps I AM a fake otaku person! Perhaps I’ve never seen an anime in my life and I’m only there to gaze longingly at the over-priced Hello Kitty dolls in the dealer’s room. Guess what, Anime north has a fairly tolerant and accepting atmosphere that allows people to enjoy their interests, whatever they may be, and have fun. If I’m having fun dressed in my dorky pastel fake-otaku outfit, then that’s all that matters. <3