I know it's been so long since the last time I actually wrote something. I've been uber busy trying to balance time with school, work, and my boyfriend. The classes I'm currently taken are so hard and time consuming, I don't have much time left to actually sit down, and get inspired to blog.
I had been thinking for a while of all my Liz Lisa items. I think it was summer of last year when I started to not like gyaru style that much. I stopped buying and looking for magazines, I stopped shopping LL which was my favorite brand, I just lost the interest. I no longer find that joy in it. Also, I'm going through quarter life crisis, and looking sweet is not something I want for myself anymore. I'm too old to wear frilly clothes, and I want to dress my age. Like someone in their 20's would dress.
There is just a point in life when you realize some things are no longer ok to wear. It's happening to me, and I have to many of that type of clothes. Also there are some plans of moving and I just don't know how small/big the new place is going to be. I may of may not happen, but in any case I want to own the least possible amount of clothes.
So I'm getting rid of everything. I've been selling my nongyaru clothes on yardsales, ebay, and giving them away, etc. I've slowly put up for sale some items I didn't like too much. But I decided everything must go. I'm selling all my gyaru magazines, and if I don't sell them by summer they are going to the trash.
Majority of my Liz Liza items are up for sale on my storenvy. Along with other items, so if you want to check out my storenvy here!
I really like storenvy. It's so much better than ebay, and easier than putting up a blog sale. It's easier to costumize your store front, and I don't have to negotiate with prospective buyers. The last few months I have been using it to sell my clothes I haven't had any problems. Maybe if you are interested in selling your items you might want to check it out.
Ps* Sorry this was wordy I wasn't planning in writing a big explanation
Pss* I'm not done putting everything up for sale.