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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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Woah the way she pronounce Fibromyalgia completely threw me off, for a second I didn’t know what she meant and I have fibromyalgia too, I’ve just never heard it pronounce that way haha. Anyway I love that she’s found a fashion sense that brings her joy through all the pain 😊 many of us with chronic pain end up very different to most people since we’re willing to do things out of the norm just to grip onto the things that make us happy
These people are attention whores. It doesn't matter if it is negative or positive. I feel it is sad and when the modifications are permanent it appears to be a mental illness. This channel is filled with examples. Modern day freak show.
Glad I am no longer young, when I felt a desperate need to look like this, much to the annoyance of my mother who thought I should be dressed by her, according to her idea of how her princess only daughter should look. There were many differences of opinion concerning good style... It all started when a charity was selling raffle tickets with a beautifully dressed porcelain doll as the prize and they showed us the doll to induce us to buy a ticket. Mum refused and said it was completely unnecessary to have such a doll and that I should aim to be pretty myself, instead. I was totally smitten by the beauty of this doll and what my mother had told me to aim for. From then on, I became obsessed with looking like a doll. It was such a sick thing but I could not stop. We were poor and you could not buy cosmetics, pretty trinkets, dresses etc in remote rural Australia. So, I got creative and improvised all sorts of fashions creating dresses out of old hessian or calico bags, jewellery out of bits of barbed wire, nails, screws etc. I even made a crown for beauty pageants I began yo run at school, with modelling competitions, talent quests etc. It soon caught on and all the girls were participating. But it came to an end after teachers and parents realised how potentially dangerous what we were doing was eg painting our eyes with drawing pencils, kids paints, painting our nails with house paint and using writing inks etc for lipstick etc. My beauty pageants etc were banned and I was told to grow some real talents instead of just putting on these looks. We were redirected or refocused on other things that developed whatever abilities a hirl seemed to sjow eg sporting prowess for some and more creative, intellectual stuff for one's like me. But, it was a uch fun dressing up like that. We were given a chance to be little dolls at a junior debutant ball but nobody enjoyed that much because we were required to dress a certain way, our dresses were designed and made for us, our hair was done by older women. They all declared we looked like little dolls but it was no fun because we did not design the look we had to wear ourselves. The creative element had been Stripped away from us. So, I wondered, even at that young age, if it was possible to be beautiful without originality or I'd one could be original but not beautiful and when I asked a senior woman who had prepared us to attend this ball for younf girls she said 'Pretty princesses don' T ask so many nonsense questions'. I concluded that I must not be in the pretty princess league, if I had such questions, but I went along with the whole show, since I had been chosen as the girl yo lead the whole thing, the only one allowed to wear a white dress, whilst all the others had prettier colours than my boring white lace dress with pink ribbons. I felt like a freak and a misfit, especially being first up in the procession, with everybody staring and clapping etc.
Wow i love your fashion it's my dream dress too😀 i wanna look like you but my mom will not allow me😒 she want me to look like adult people thats why i wanna be a designer when i grow up so i can make my dream dress and make all people like me happy😊
she is the only person within the subculture of Doll Lookalikes that has a normal interest. No body modifications only a childlike interest in fashion. I'm so happy she found her calling without having plastic surgery to make herself look '''''better''''
She doesn't look like a doll and i wish ppl that don't understand the fashion would stop claiming Lolita is "Doll Fashion" she looks cute. I want to wear lolita but it's too expensive for a 16 year old😓😓
4-6 hours getting ready in the morning???? And here I get mad if I have to spend 10 mins on my hair and end up looking like a zombie no matter what... What kind of job does she have to accommodate all that time getting ready in the morning ...that is the real conundrum.
I think she is so adorable and her clothes may be expensive but that's her money. Atleast she ain't using that money on crazy booty implants or ribs removed or stupid stuff like that. I think she is awesome and she is living life to the fullest
This title is so blickbait-y and silly. She's a lolita fashion wearer who sometimes does cosplay and wears seifuku, not a 'living doll' or whatever, and she has spent that money over years of these hobbies. Jeez.
Anyway, she's very cute and knows what she likes. I came here to see her lolita stuff (I wear it too), but didn't expect the fibromyalgia angle. I also suffer from it, as does my mom, and it's horrible. :(
OK, I'm a cos-player too. her Alois is amazing, BUT the ring is on the wrong finger... (sorry, i literally have hard core OCD when it comes to these things, especially when i cosplay that certain character)
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