Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Girly Magnificence from Tokyo Fashion Week

I absolutely adore these looks from Tokyo Fashion Week. Romance, lace, frills and girliness seemed a common trend in Tokyo's S/S 2011 fashion week. Which is brilliant for me as i'm a fan of super girly looks. I could wear any of these looks with some pearls and a flower in my hair and be very happy.

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I love how they styled this one like a 1960's beauty queen. Complete with big hair and a sash.

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Made from lace AND with a hood. Absolutely beautiful i'd love to wear this over a light coloured dress.

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This would make a beautiful outfit for a day at the office. Chic but smart at the same time.

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I love the detailing on the blouse. Very intricate. You could team that blouse with some white tailored trousers and a pair of heels for a night out in the summer sun.

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The design of this skirt is femininity at its best. Super girly and a new take on the ever popular maxi skirt.

What's your favorite piece?

All images courtesy of japanesestreets.com


  1. I love the first look! The bow on the head just melts my heart! I've never heard of Japanese street style- thanks for sharing! I will definitely be visiting it!


  2. I like the last picture!!
    cuz I lile pastel color. It's popular in Japan and so girly.
    The last model is Ai Tominaga, isn't it??
    I'm a fan of her^^

  3. Looks like there is a lot of lace going on in Tokyo, I really like the oversized bow on the first picture though that's fantastic. The detailing on the skirt in the last picture looks beautiful with all the little appliqués.


  4. yea the japanese girls love the big bows xx


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