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DRESSED in a frilly pink dress with knee high socks, a furry headband around her platinum blond hair and full eyelashes, 21-year-old Jade Smith looks more like a porcelain doll than a real life person – and that’s exactly the look she’s aiming for. Wanting to look like a real life ‘Lolita’ doll, Jade, from Wallington, Surrey, estimates she’s spent £10,000 to date on her doll-like outfits, £8,000 on shoes, not to mention the extra money spent on accessories, wigs, key chains and toys. She even has a monthly £20 glitter budget. Jade, or Princess Jadette, as she is known on social media, wants to look like a porcelain doll and admits In the future she’d like to have plastic surgery to enhance her doll-like looks.
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Holy shiz,i love anime but noy like this.and i hate wearing dresses,or fancy clothing,im fine with a regular shirt,and leggings and or jeans with my tennis,shoes or my ankle high brown boots.With my 1 year old gray jacket,welp,wear what you wanna wear and what shows who you are,love yourself!
I was going to say that’s so stupid why would someone do that for attention, but then her friend said that she does this because she likes it, she thinks it’s cute and doesn’t care for what other people say. I’m not into this style, but she looks good in it and feels good in it so I support her. I usually don’t support people who do unique things for attention, or for bad reasons.
She just run away from a painful life, what she have. Shoes are amazing, wigs aren't, and I think she need some japanese/korean make up, what make her skin look like a porcelain.
It's her life, if she like it, I don't mind. O saw a lots of people same dress in Japan, maybe she need to go there to get more idea:)!
Why is it that literally all of these living doll people have some sort of disease that makes theme have joint pain or makes there joints not work well like an actual doll. And I'm only saying this because this has happened in 5 videos about living dolls.
well good for her. i'm glad she's found something she's super passionate about, that she loves. it sounds like it's also a good hobby/coping mechanism, so cool. as long as people aren't hurting anyone, i say let them do them, whatever they wanna do. And as a bonus, her "thing" is cute to look at for everyone else too. go girl!
aHHHHH all these pastels hooked on the looks are so inspiring I'm really really inspired. I recently just bought my first ever like??? 'unusual' dress in that style on sale for £12. I'm like 99% sure its supposed to be some kind of nightwear because of the shop I got it from but whatever.
I also have Fibromyalgia and I cosplay. It is very hard to live with. When I’m not cosplaying, I’m in bed resting and trying to ignore the pain. Cosplaying and making cosplays helps me ignore the pain and keeps me happy when it’s hard to. This is an inspirational video for me. Thank you
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