Konichiwa KIMONO

Recently kimono outerwear has really caught my eyes. Not only it can hide your body type flaws but also a straight line cut kimonos give many advantages. They were easy to folds and suitable for any kind of weathers. Not only they could be worn in winter to provide warmth, but also a linen fabric kimono were breathable and comfortable in summer. And oh, i just found out that originally Kimono was the Japanese word for clothing. :)

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sources: all pictures taken from NORMI, various websites, blogs and tumblr.

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HA to the RA to the JU to the KU, Its HARAJUKU baby!!!

The fascinating HaRaJuKu styles has made me amazed as I’m one of its fans and what can I say.. It was a great references for me to get inspired. Celebrities like Lady Gaga and Gwen Stefani was known had fallen in love with the vibes. Gwen even made her own clothing lines and fragrance adopting the rebellious styles of HARAJUKU. You Go Gwen!

After times of searchings, browsings, and googling… Duuuhh… Puuh-Leeaaseee.. *clueless moments* LOL. As we know, (here I quote one of tons of Harajuku articles): “Harajuku (原宿) in Japan refers to an area around Harajuku train station. Harajuku style is a japanese fashion adopted by the teenagers and young adults in the area and its side streets which have many boutiques, trendy stores and used clothes shops.

Japanese Harajuku Girls and Harajuku Style has been used to describe teens dressed in many fashion styles ranging from Gothic Lolita (also gothic loli) Visual Kei, Ganguro, Gyaru, Kogal, to “cute” Kawaii style clothing.Young adults in Harajuku may also be dressed as anime or manga characters (known as cosplay).”

Now You know it. Its time to get Inspired, babe! Have Fun.. ;)

 

sources: articles and pictures were taken from various websites, blogs & tumblr.

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