Skirt (inside) – N/A – JPY 1,000 | Skirt (purple) – N/A – JPY 300
Tsuke-eri – Grimoire (shop) – JPY 20,000 | Skirt (purple) – N/A – JPY 300
Hair – Namba 406 (Harajuku) – JPY 10,000
Hat – incomplete alchemist (own brand!) – JPY 4,500
Bag – N/A – N/A
Blouse – LUCCA – N/A | Necklace – incomplete alchemist – JPY 4,500
Tsuke-eri – Grimoire (shop) – JPY 20,000
Back of Belt – incomplete alchemist – JPY 6,000
Front of Belt – incomplete alchemist – JPY 6,000
As it was difficult to make out what was belt and what was skirt, I asked Yutsuki to show me.
She was so kind to take the belt off. Notice the thumb of her right hand, that is the top of the belt.
Lining of Belt – incomplete alchemist – JPY 6,000
Shoes – N/A – N/A
Phone – DoCoMo SH-05B – N/A
Inspired by the stunningly creative street fashion that exploded on the streets of Tokyo and Osaka in the late 1990’s, photo-journalist Kjeld Duits launched JAPANESE STREETS in 2002. This makes JS one of the first fashion blogs on the net, and the very first to cover Japanese street fashion.
Recent photos by Kjeld Duits:
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