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Shirt – UNIQLO
Jacket – eatable
Pants – keisuke kanda
Leggings – muji
Sneakers – nadia

111123-0285: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (guild, UNIQLO, eatable, keisuke kanda, muji, nadia, frapbois, MACARONIC)
Friday December 23, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @ela: Few prostitutes work the streets in Japan. They usually work at a so called soap lands or get their clients through internet sites, so they don’t need to signal their availability through clothing. Many look just like a typical housewife.
ela: @Kjeld: That’s an interesting point and it makes sense. Things like thigh high socks do seem more accepted in Japan as normal fashion than they are in the USA. What do the Japanese prostitutes wear that sets them apart from Western ones?
Kjeld Duits: @Lactose Intoler-Art & ela: I think that many of the gyaru are from a different stratum of Japanese society, where displaying skin is not as taboo as among the higher and middle classes. Incidentally, Japanese prostitutes don’t dress like Western ones, so what you describe as “prostitute looking tights and super mini skirts and high heeled boots,” Brandon, would interestingly not bring a prostitute to mind to many Japanese.


Dress – N/A
Coat – N/A
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – N/A

111123-7176-AY: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Warita)
Thursday December 22, 2011
Roxy: totally awesome! I would wear this!
aurableed: the outfit is too cute!!!
Kjeld Duits: @faro: Interesting. Maybe if Japanese monks start dressing like this, they will get a lot of new followers among the fashionable young. ^_-

Style: Rock

Blouse – Platinum
T-Shirt – UNIQLO
Pants – N/A
Shoes – N/A

111113-8893: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku (PEEK-A-BOO, Platinum, UNIQLO, Forever 21)
Thursday December 22, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @ Ciliegia: Yes, it does have a very strong 80s feel to it, doesn’t it. Thank you for recommending JAPANESE STREETS. Thanks to people like you, I am sure things will eventually change for the better. Never give up the fight! ^^
Ciliegia: It’s like backing to 80’s Totally like Tokyo Babylon by CLAMP =) I really like your blog (I even made a recommendation in my own blog) I wish here in México people didn’t crytizice so much different clothing like this
Kjeld Duits: @Abby: LOL. Hiromi, she is quite sweet.


Coat – Cheri Cheri
Blouse – H&M
Skirt – N/A
Shoes – Bodyline

111113-8693: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (agnès b., Viva Cute Candy, Cheri Cheri, H&M, Bodyline, Hell Cats Punks)
Wednesday December 21, 2011
Ida: nice article
Deadly Bite: Totally awesome outfit O I’m already a fan of this girl :D
Klara: That frog is from Ikea, i have one too!


Jacket – agnès b.
T-Shirt – X-Japan
Pants – Moschino
Shoes – Vivienne Westwood

111112-8338: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo: Shima, agnès b., X-Japan, Moschino, Vivienne Westwood
Wednesday December 21, 2011
fatcatinthehat: @Maria: I know what you mean:-) I especially like Tokyo Bopper shoes, too bad that they don’t sell them in Europe
Kjeld Duits: @fatcatinthehat: Cool! Glad you could find some platform shoes that you liked. @Maria: I love the repetition of red and black broken up by the colors of the T-shirt.
Maria: The whole outfit is so cool. A great mix of strong and soft colors. @fatcatinthehat: Agree n_n I have been wanting to buy a high platform shoes because of all the rocking horse shoes I have seen!


Sweater – Canterbury of New Zealand
Cardigan – ASH CREEK
Pants – N/A
Shoes – N.Y.L.A.

111112-8414: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo: DaB, ASH CREEK, N.Y.L.A., Kummy
Tuesday December 20, 2011
Kjeld Duits: @Maria & Mel: I don’t see these kind of color blocks too often. It looks great on Akari: cute, blonde and bold.
Mel: I adore the oversized multi coloured shirt, it’s great! I love it.
Maria: OMG I adore color blocks!!!! <3 Her shoes rock, just as her hair and her style. She is pretty cool.