In fact, there are many kinds of fashion style in Japan. For example, Harajuku, vintage, Lolita, Punk. Although not everyone can accept them, we also have to respect their style of dressing, it is a kind of respect for clothing.
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Harajuku style has been in existence since the early 1980’s, and it has been sought after by young Japanese. The colour is vibrant, the method is bold, and the artistry is the style of Harajuku style. Most people who like Harajuku style have their independent ideas and insights and have a unique aesthetic. They are good at mashups and are good at dressing up in colourful colours, even their hair is pink or blue, which is very attractive. Some of the sources of their clothes are second-hand, and some are in the retro store.
Harajuku style has also joined different Harajuku, such as punk, consistent manner, traditional form and so on. They dress up as teenage girls in the flower season. Sometimes the mix and match look very different and inconsistent, but it gives people a sense of coordination and even appreciates.
Vintage style is popular in Japan, and there is a Vintage shop on almost every street. Retro means that these clothes are not fashionable now, but the clothes of the previous era. This kind of clothing often goes through the precipitation of years and becomes more precious. Like some designer bags and costumes, the price can be several times higher and more collectible. But most retro products are cheaper because of the damage and stains of the clothes. Most people who like vintage clothes are more traditional people, and they save, they are good at finding the clothes that suit them and making the clothes show their uniqueness.
The difference from the above is that in Japan, most people advocate minimalism, and the clothes brand Uniqlo is also from Japan, and the home representative is MUJI. These two brands are enough to represent the Japanese style, rigorous and straightforward. They are good at using a single item but can match different styles and suit separate occasions. Most clothes are classic and not easy to date. Their dressing gives a very comfortable feeling, like if they wear the dress themselves. The style of clothes is generally based on skill and simplicity, without too much cumbersome decoration .