We all know that Japan is always on the cutting-est edge of fashion, and since I can’t be there (alas…) I bring you the next best thing: Candydoll, the Chictopia darling and native Japanese girl. She’ll take you through the current trends there so you know what you’ll be wearing in a few months, once word finally reaches the US. <3 Wendy
When it comes to Japanese people, great style is in their nature; they could put together an amazing outfit blindfolded. So, I want to share with you the current trends after the fashion of Japanese.
Leggings have been tenured in the fashion world. They are not only stylish but also comfortable to wear especially when going out or when you’re feeling too lazy to dress-up. They are also very versatile as they can be worn in countries with with seasons as well as in tropical climates as well. Many designers have produced a plethora of different legging styles.
I’m wearing graphic printed leggings that I won from chic rewards, a coat from Good Day House and white wedges from a vintage shop in Japan.
Japanese people are not afraid of putting two trends together; in fact, they often go above and beyond.Here I mix two favorite trends: lace and leopard print.
I’m wearing purple leopard-printed cardigan from Cross Roads, vintage and DIY lace skirt, white top from and pink flats from Cinema Club and purple beret from UNIQLO.
Donning anything faux fur lets you stand out with trying too hard. You should keep your whole outfit simple and let the faux fur do the trick.
I’m wearing vintage faux fur, white camisole from Cinema Club, shoes and hair accessories are all from Japan.
Turning formal wear to everyday would once have been a faux-pas. This only proves that everything can change in fashion.
I’m wearing a vintage blazer with lace sleeves, white top and denim shorts from Australia, red open-toe boots from Japan and bow from Cinema Club.Be inspired and inspiring
Get inspiration from anything, everywhere. Aren’t these Japanese girls adorable? They are inspired by Hello Kitty and they are inspiring, too! DIY bow-printed jacket, anyone?