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Japanese Street Style

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a blog consisting of cute fashion, such as fairy kei, sweet lolita, pop kei, & creepy cute i made this blog for inspiration for my own outfits & i hope it can inspire yours too! if you want the source changed on any of my pictures, please just ask! faq favourite stores ask

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“Harajuku shop staffer Misuru (@MISURU0731 ) on the street wearing a twin buns hairstyle, black lace gloves, a Qutie Frash asymmetrical dress, fishnets & platform boots. #原宿 🎉🎂Today (07/31) is Misuru's birthday!! 🎂🎉 https://t.co/1NLlnLBMHz”

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(Paid Content) Fit is everything. It’s a phrase we’ve heard from stylists, designers, and generally everyone who’s particular about the contents of their closet. But fit and being fitted are two very different ideas in fashion.

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Amekaji, which translates as 'American Casual', is a sub-style of Gyaru. It is bright, colourful and inspired by the ficitionised stereotypical idea of America. The style is very comfortable and casual, and has been noted to be particularly forgiving to Gyaru of all shapes and sizes as loose fitting clothing is appropiate. Prints are often bold and brightly coloured, with big print wording or cute patterns on clothing. Hats are often worn, such as baseball caps, beanies and spirit hoods…

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