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Hat – Triple Fortune
Dress – Angelic Pretty
Blouse – Metamorphose
Arm Covers – Massaging Capsule
Shoes – QUEEN BEE

120624-9128 - Japanese street fashion in Sangenjaya, Tokyo (PRISILA, Triple Fortune, Angelic Pretty, Metamorphose, QUEEN BEE, Venice no Shonin, Mariwest, Massaging Capsule)
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Saturday June 23, 2012
どーり: スゴイ!
mary : Thank you for designer of Massaging Cupsele, comment! I have two kinds of black and the off-white. It is easy to coordinate and wears it well!!
massaging capsule : Wow! Thanks for wearing our Arm corsets! Looking fabulous….!

STUDENT, 14

Dress – CANDY STRIPPER
Socks – CANDY STRIPPER
Shoes- N/A

120325-7427: Japanese street fashion in Harajuku, Tokyo (Pirisira, CANDY STRIPPER, 6%DOKI DOKI, Swimmer)
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Saturday March 31, 2012
shazz: How come I didn’t realize this one before? Anyway, for a 14 years old girl she seriously good. Oh~ I found this pic inspiring.
Kjeld Duits: @from Finland: Yes, cool, eh! The immense attention to detail is what makes Japanese fashion Japanese, I feel. That attention inspires me immensely.
from Finland: Fashion tends to be so much more simple in the west.. in the detail pictures you can see how there are soo so many different different things that create that outfit!

SECRETARY, 21

Style: Lolita

Wig – PRISILA・NAVANA
Blouse – Nobara Takemoto
Dress – Angelic Pretty
Shoes – Angelic Pretty

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Saturday May 22, 2010
Ellie: @Sarah I’m a sweet lolita in the US, and yes, while I do get some weird looks, my experiences have been just fine! you might be surprised at just how many lolitas there are outside of japan! (look at egl on livejournal to get an idea) =] and omigosh she is just the cutest thing…. and is that really the price for her wig? because if so ><’‘ that’s a lot of money…..
Animeche: I totally love her style x3 She’s so sweet!!!!!!♥ Lolita rox♥
Kjeld Duits: @Sarah: Until the early 1990s, this kind of fashion was unimaginable in Japan, too. Times change. People change them.
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