Which Japanese Street Fashion Are You?
Find out which Japanese street fashion best suits you!
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Lolita is a Japanese fashion based around Victorian and Rococo style. It consists of a silhouette of knee-length dresses and skirts, with an a-line or bell shaped petticoat underneath. There are many substyles of lolita, such as sweet, gothic, and classic.
Decora is a style that became popular in the 1990s and 2000s in Japan. It usually consists of black, pink, or bright neon colors. Decora style is marked by character goods, hair clips, and otherwise piling on accessories.
Visual Kei is a style based on glam-rock bands from the 1980s. The glam-rock style was adopted by Japanese bands such as Versailles, X Japan, The Gazette, and L'Arc en Ciel.
Mori girl is a style using lots of layering of clothing in natural colors, using natural fabrics. Mori is Japanese for forest, and the aim of mori style is to look like a "forest girl".
Fairy Kei uses bright pastel colors to blend lolita and decora fashion. It originated in the store Spank! and uses characters and themes popular in Western 80s pop culture.
Cult Party Kei
Cult Party Kei
Cult party kei is based upon Western religious influences. It usually involves lighter colors, and incorporates items such as crosses and other biblical paraphernalia.
Gyaru is a Japanese fashion that is focused on over-the-top girly-glam style. It is heavily influenced by western fashion and plays on ideas of what is considered traditionally beautiful by wearing man-made beauty items like wigs, fake eyelashes, and fake nails.
Otome kei is a spin-off of lolita fashion, but is more toned-down, and does not use petticoats for the "bell-shaped" sillhouette. Otome is Japanese for "maiden" or "little lady" and focuses on ladylike and refined looks.