Prim and plum.
Deliciously different tights from dolly-kei boutique Grimoire. Any of these would be perfect for spring, don’t you think? Be sure to click the link above and check out all the other designs available!
EDIT: We noticed in the comments that some of you are wondering how to shop the Grimoire online store in order to buy these tights. If you can’t read Japanese, we recommend using a browser like Google Chrome that automatically translates Japanese web sites into your native language. Grimoire does ship internationally, but if you would prefer to use a shopping service instead, we have a list of recommended shopping services here on the HARAJUJU forums.
This week on Tokyo Telephone…
I am very jealous of Tokyo Telephone.
Harajuku import store Electric Alice is hosting a “Kawaii Style Inspiration Contest!" It’s basically exactly as it sounds — you post a photo of you in an outfit and how it relates to the person who inspires your "kawaii" style. Entries and voting are open until December 30th, so you still have time to vote, and submit your photo if you’re really fast!
There are some great looks that have already tallied a bunch of votes, but I’d like to give a signal boost to these two which I think aren’t getting the love they deserve:
If you’re a fan of Japanese fashion, you owe it to the world to cast your vote and share your favourite looks! Looking forward to seeing who wins!
Fantasy land. Inside the wonderful world of Grimoire Almadel.
Gilded edges. (gurl, what’s with those boots)
Magic and misery.
I love the fake bunny around her neck! There is an inhumane trend right now with mori girls in wearing real fur and entire animals around their necks…So I completely approve this alternative! :)
I think it may be short-sighted to call all fur — or at least, vintage pelts — inhumane, but I certainly find them unsettling. This is a rather funny tongue-in-cheek response to that.