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Wednesday August 18, 2010

Seira

harajuku, tokyo
SUMMER 2010, girls
JAPANESE STREETS

HAIRSTYLIST, 21

Cap – N/A
Dress – N/A
Sandals – RNE

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Dress – N/A – (present) | Belt – PAGEBOYJPY 4,000 | Bag – PAGEBOYJPY 4,000

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Hair – Neolive – JPY 500

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Cap – N/A – JPY 5,000

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Ribbon – N/A – JPY 1,000

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Earring – N/A – JPY 1,000

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Earring – N/A – JPY 1,000

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Sandals – RNEJPY 5,000

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Phone – DoCoMo – JPY 50,000

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I love it! Her bow is adorable and her dress is beautiful! That belt was made for it! I wish there was a more in depth shot of it. I’d like that belt myself. :)

Mel
Aug 18, 2010 (2673 days ago)

@Mel: Yes, that belt certainly needed a detail shot. Marie must have overlooked it after doing all the other detail shots. She reads all the comments, so I am sure that next time she won’t forget the belt!

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (2673 days ago)

Love the hat, looks like she’s out to solve a mystery…. :D

petitesam
Aug 18, 2010 (2673 days ago)

@petitesam: LOL. Maybe she was investigating us! ^ O ^

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (2673 days ago)

@Mel: Thanks for your tip! I looked for the belt online but I couldn’T find it:( I’ll make sure not to miss any piece from next time:)

@petitesam: Mistery!lol I need the same hat that I can understand French which is my second foreign language.sigh

Marie Sasago
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Marie: Thanks for looking for the belt for Mel!

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Marie Ah, bien!! C’est chic, non? Je voudrais parler Japonais une jour.. mais Japonais est plus difficile pour moi, et très belle!

petitesam
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@petitesam: Japonais n’est pas si difficile qu’on le dit. Tous les Japonais peuvent parler Japonais, pas vrai?
^ _ –

Je suis sûr que tu parle Japonais, aussi, une jour.
^ O ^ /

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@petitesam: tu parles français? tu etes française?! ah, bon, ton surnom est petitesam! Which city are you from? No concrete decision has made, yet I’m thinking of studying at Université Paris Dauphine for a year from next year since my uni requires all the students to study abroad before graduations:)

@Kjeld: Hm, I wonder how many languages you can speak!

Marie Sasago
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Marie: Actually, my French is horrible. I need a dictionary and have no confidence about my French grammar at all. Lots of mistakes. I hope petitesam actually understood what I meant! LOL. But reading is OK. I learnt English, French, German, and Japanese, and because I grew up in the Netherlands, I speak Dutch.

Kjeld Duits
Aug 18, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Marie: Haha you better not! It’s okay, thanks for looking for the belt! :)

Mel
Aug 19, 2010 (2672 days ago)

@Marie Hahaha, I’m actually Canadian, and my French is at a very basic level. Have you been to Paris before? I’m actually going abroad next year, too, for University, but Nagasaki is my choice.. :3

@Kjeld I envy you for learning so many languages! My grandparents are from Holland, and we deeply regret not speaking it as a family. A beautiful country, and home to one of my favorite, Viktor & Rolf _

petitesam
Aug 19, 2010 (2671 days ago)

@petitesam: I see. Nagasaki is such a nice place! Have you ever been there? Such a nice choice. Paris was the city where I first backpacked by myself so I personally have a good memory of the city:) And Canada… I just love the country so much. I’m glad there are Canadian people who like Japan, too:)

Marie Sasago
Aug 19, 2010 (2671 days ago)

Yay love for Canada! Some of my family are Canadian. :)

Mel
Aug 19, 2010 (2671 days ago)

@petitesam: Your grandparents are from Holland? As you know, lots of Dutch people emigrated to Canada, esp. after WWII. Too bad you can’t speak Dutch. But it is not a great loss, there are not that many countries where you can use it. ^ _ –

Kjeld Duits
Aug 20, 2010 (2670 days ago)

@Kjeld: Yes, my Oma and Opa decided on Canada since they were liberated from occupation by Canadian soldiers. We as a family regret not speaking Dutch with each other, and it was quite embarrassing when I went to Amsterdam two summers ago. My last name is a very common Dutch name, so every time I used something with my name on it (card, passport, etc), they would speak Dutch to me! Flattering yes, but not when the only Dutch I know is: Mijn hond eet kaas

petitesam
Oct 5, 2010 (2624 days ago)

@petitesam: Mijn hond eet kaas. I love that! I have never heard anyone say that before and can’t imagine how you picked it up.

The funny things is, I had the opposite experience when returning to the Netherlands for the first time after leaving 8 years earlier. During that time, I had picked up an English accent and lots of Dutch people started to speak English to me! Or they told me how good my Dutch was. That was embarrassing, too, as you imagine. I just politely thanked them without saying that I was actually Dutch. LOL

Kjeld Duits
Oct 5, 2010 (2624 days ago)

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