“Pink-haired Chibisuke on the street in Harajuku wearing a remake crop top with extra long cutout sleeves, remake pants by the Japanese brand Cote Mer, and platform sneakers #原宿 https://t.co/W1Kwi12mrQ”
'Kawaii' kelimesi 11'inci yüzyılda kullanılan 'mahcup olmak, utanmak' anlamına gelen 'kawa hayushi' (yüzü kızarmak) ifadesinden gelmektedir. Kawaii ilk nerede kullanıldı, bu ifade nasıl gelişti ve kawaii'nin farklı yönleri.
The appellation "Harajuku Girls" has been acclimated by English-language media to call teenagers dressed in any appearance appearance who are in the breadth of Harajuku. This appearance infuses assorted looks and styles to actualize a different anatomy of dress. One of these styles, Kawaii, came to acclaim in the 1990’s. Kawaii became a accepted byword that meant article was beautiful or pretty. Kawaii was a anatomy of attrition in that the appearance and ability associated with it were not…
Tokyo is the capital of the most unique and interesting fashion. The majority of Japanese people wear uniforms or simple outfits, a handful of young Japanese like to express themselves through cute, crazy and cool fashion! You can find them hanging around trendy places like Harajuku, Shibuya and Shimokitazawa to show off their best outfits.Continue reading “10 Kawaii outfit street snaps from Tokyo Fashion” Share this:TwitterFacebook