Harajuku Style

Harajuku style originated among teens on the streets near Harajuku Station in Shibuya, Japan. It may have been brought to many people’s attention by Gwen Stefani, but the evolution of the style certainly didn’t begin with her and it certainly won’t end with her. Like many “street fashions” it is difficult to characterize because it is constantly changing and because it has many manifestations. There is no cookie-cutter approach to the style, but if you want to dress in Harajuku style, you can do anything you want, as long as your outfit is a thoughtful expression of your individuality. I styled my Harajuku by wearing my kimono which I purchased there for $20. If your next trip is in Japan, don’t forget to stop by Harajuku…

? by Eve at Harajuku in July 2016


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