Harajuku clothes / Harajuku Outfits
The Harajuku Style was inspired by and named after one of the Tokyo districts. It gained its popularity, not only because of various teen boutiques, which are located here, but thanks to the young people, who are representing the style of Harajuku. Now it is filled with various colors, which this style includes.
Harajuku district is a center point of street fashion.
Though, the most important, is that it remained to be the gathering place for representatives of all subcultures. And that’s how Harajuku was born. It manages to fuse pop culture and high fashion.
But the main difference in this style – it's extraordinary.
On the surface, it may seem that young people simply dress in whatever is available. However, it is not quite true. Harajuku, like any other style, has its own set of trends, and among its devotees are a number of well - known celebrities.
When all types of clothes are combined – you can confidently say that it is Harajuku. For example, various bright accessories, baggy clothes, unusual items of clothing – are common for it.
As well, you can combine all punk and goth and lolita styles to get the Harajuku one. "The more, the better," is its key rule. As a result, layered outfits with unique accessories go well with the overall style. The majority's ideals and lifestyles are mocked in it. This is what we can see in the costumes. "We don't give a damn about mainstream fashion," the representatives seem to be saying.
Vintage and handmade are considered to be standard for this style.
Harajuku style has always remained the most famous clothing style in Japan.
The fans of it are mainly young designers, musicians, actors, and models.
Furthermore, it is important to mention that Harajuku is not only for girls; there are many young men who follow this style.
Apart from its popularity in Japan, the first person to bring this controversial style to the Western audience was Gwen Stefani back in 2004. Who would have guessed how instantly world-known this style would be.
This style struggles with the strictness of the Japanese dress code and goes against the traditions.
Thousands of new fans visit the main district of Harajuku style to see the latest trends and buy new extraordinary clothes.
Till now, the Harajuku district remains one of the most crowded in Japan.
Its basis is the freedom in the style combinations.
The more eye-catching, bright, and outstanding your outfit will be – the more it will remind Harajuku.
Also, lots of accessories are the main detail in the whole style. The more you wear – the more “Harajuku” you look.
Among girls are especially popular different children accessories like buns, hair clips, earrings pendants, and ribbons. To add more spice, you can wear neon colors mixed with dark.
You can notice how lots of representatives of this style have piercings, tattoos, and anything to make them stand out.
Main differences of the style:
- Style combination
- Bright colors