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STUDENT, 19

Coat – N/A
Sweater – American Apparel
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120303-7389: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Bloc, American Apparel, Tokyo Bopper, Opening Ceremony)
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Thursday March 15, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Diana: Yes, it feels classic, doesn’t it!
Diana: I REALLY love this color combination! I feel like this combination of browns is timeless. I don’t think it’ll ever go out of style…
l'abito fa la monaca: love skirt!

STUDENT, 20

Shirt – Cathy
Bedroom Gown – New York Joe
Apron – N/A
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – Bodyline

120303-7294: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Number 406, Cathy, New York Joe, Bodyline, rurumu)
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Wednesday March 14, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Alexandra: Yes, the shoes are great. Usually Bodyline is seen as a cheap brand (both in price and looks), but they did a pretty good job on these shoes I feel. Especially if you consider the amazingly low price of 3,000 yen (about US$ 36 at current rates)!
Alexandra: I love her hair! Also, Shoe Watch Alert on the style. :P
Kjeld Duits: @Yu: Yes, the colors are genius. When I put together the color template on top of the page I realized how well Yuri had made her color choices. @Bento Boy: Thanks! Did you take all the images on your blog?

SHOP ASSISTANT, 19

Hat – N/A
Cardigan – Mart
Dress – GUNNE SAX
Shoes – Browny

120303-7233: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Celsus, Mart, GUNNE SAX, Browny)
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Wednesday March 7, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Leah B.: Yes, Sona’s smile is magical.
Leah B.: The nails and the bag are my favorite elements, but she has such a great smile, I think she could pull off just about anything with aplomb.
Femme Tunisinne: looks so funny, but different

STUDENT, 18

Coat – Snidel
Apron – (self)
Tights – N/A
Shoes – TOKYO BOPPER

120303-7173: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Cure, Snidel, Tokyo Bopper)
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Tuesday March 6, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @karyn: Great article, eh. I love learning something new about everyday things we take for granted. It is so easy—and wrong—to think that the world always was the way it was when you were born, and will remain the way it is today. Your mother has a great sense of humor. ^^
karyn: @Kjeld hmmm thought provoking article about clothing values you posted there.. A while ago I said to my mummy (jokingly) about how she never dressed me up as a “girl” when I was younger, so people I’ve known for ages think I’m very tomboyish. My mum just said something along the lines of I didn’t want to waste so much effort when you were a baby(so she’s a practical type keke), now that you’re old just wear whatever you want with your money. Haha ~
Kjeld Duits: @Alexandra: If you manage to make it to Tokyo in the near future, definitely go and visit Tokyo Bopper. It is one of the original Harajuku shops, dating back to the trendy 1990s when what is now known as Harajuku fashion exploded onto the scene. By the way, you can find lots of pictures on their blog

MUSICIAN: 28

Vest – N/A
Shirt – TIKKE
Skirt – Banal Chic Bizarre
Pants – (self)
Shoes – ATO

120303-7117: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (TIKKE, Banal Chic Bizarre, ATO, Takuya Angel)
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Monday March 5, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Random: Yes, very tragic.
Random: R.I.P
Kjeld Duits: @kaoru: Really? That’s awesome.

STUDENT, 18

Jacket – N/A
Sweater – UNIQLO
Skirt – (self)
Tights – Music Legs
Shoes – New Balance

120303-7332: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Vetica, GU, UNIQLO, Music Legs, New Balance)
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Sunday March 4, 2012
Kjeld Duits: @Chrysteena: In Japan they are sold in vintage and used clothing stores, but also in lots of regular stores. I believe that even H&M carried something like this. I have no idea about the situation outside Japan, though. Try searching for fur stole, faux fur, faux fox, fox stole and so on on our eBay affiliate store on this site and see what you can find.
Chrysteena: I really love all these fur stoles that make their way into these photos… Especially the faux ones, I’ve been searching but where can I purchase faux fur in such detail?
Kjeld Duits: @Mah-chan: Yes, Maria is correct. Synthetic fur is now so realistic that you have to be well-versed to notice the difference, but the price usually gives it away. However, sometimes people also wear vintage furs bought in used clothing stores. These can also be cheap, so the price can occasionally be misleading.
http://www.japanesestreets.com/?pg=199