As much as I love the fun, flirty and childish clothing of Nymphet fashion, there is another side to me. One that is mature, modest, classy and even more vintage than the typical 1950's- esque nymphet clothing. Like I'm excited to become a woman in her 40-50's that can embrace her mature femininity.
I simply adore Edwardian fashion (1901-1910) but I am not going to go out and about all decked out in a floor length dress and lace up boots, so I find a middle ground. I have a very eclectic sense of style but one thing remains the same, retro. So, my middle ground tries to include the dainty, delicate lace and high necked blouses of the Edwardian period and the tea length-ed dresses and skirts (below the knee) and high heels of the 1930's.
I also am not a fan of looking frumpy, and now days, a lot of things that don't "bear all" so to speak, is considered frumpy, sadly. No, I won't change myself for other people, but I don't like to look frumpy. So, to combat long skirts, I like for them to be tighter, like a pencil skirt and high waisted so it really shows off my waist. So here are a few examples of things I love.
1. Skirts and Dresses
2. The shoes3. The blouse/shirts and pants
4. The lingerie
I don't want to dress like this only on "special occasions", I want to dress like this whenever I want, which is usually all the time. Thanks, and that's all! <3