Fashion and Style in Japanese
 Japan - Country Sanjuro and beautiful geishas, ‚Äč‚Äčkabuki theater and sumo wrestling, painted kimonos and burning of sake, the country of the rising sun, as it is otherwise called. Japanese culture is riddled with ancient traditions that are observed to the present day, despite the high level of technology and science that dictate a more modern lifestyle.

Thinking about Japan, I immediately think of the movie "Memoirs of a Geisha", which covers not just the story of a young Sajjuri - in the film to show the beauty and inner strength of a young Japanese girl as a blossoming flower or sea pearls. Colored kimono fabrics from expensive, inconvenient, according to the Europeans, shoes, hair ornaments of cherry, a special technique of makeup - it "breathes" the history of fashion and style in Japan.

Kimono - the revival of traditions
Still, some of the Japanese women prefer to wear a kimono, but often this is only on holidays, during the cultural and official events. It turns out that in Japanese kimono dress represents, but just Japanese clothing called vafuku. The reason for this separation was the current situation of the late 19th century, when many Japanese have adopted the European style of dress.

Kimono is a T-shaped robe with baggy sleeves, which is, basically, only emphasizes the neck and waist. Modern designers are borrowing some parts of Japanese kimono for her outfits: wide belts, bill gates, floral motifs.

 Fashion and Style in Japanese

Figure, shape, kimono fabric can talk about formality (formal or everyday), social status (very long sleeves unmarried girls), a season socks (for spring - picture cherry, for summer - water motives for autumn - leaves Japanese maple for winter - drawing of bamboo and pine trees), about the city, about the age of the person. But today, less and less to these demands pay attention to, and guided only fashion event.

To diversify your wardrobe Japanese kimono, not necessarily fly in the land of the rising sun. Men's and women's kimono-style robes can be found on the pages of online stores. The price range has no upper boundary, and starts at $ 150.

 Fashion and Style in Japanese
 Street fashion
Modern Japanese youth has always stands out in a crowd of gray showiness and brightness of their outfits. On the one hand, you might think that the Japanese fashion - a "war" colors and shades, on the other hand, at the same time an unusual combination thereof. If we've learned that clothing Europeans can clearly identify a specific style, the highlight of the Japanese style that there are mixed all the styles. Yes, the styles in the style!

Accessories - a separate page of Japanese fashion. Badges, key rings, pins, hair clips and combs, elastic bands and bows, rings and bracelets, stones and crystals for decoration, cartoon application - if you collect all the gadgets with only one young person who has already received a huge box. It's simple: the girls in their outfits adhere layering, putting on an incredible amount of clothing and accessories.

Street fashion is often called the style of Japanese youth, something similar to the millions of color pictures and anime characters. And this is not because "the world has gone mad," just had a child every Japanese is trying to stand out, be special, and show their creative nature. For the most part, young people trying to experiment, tinkering with new bought things on "the taste and color."

In addition to clothing and accessories, and the Japanese are paying attention to your hair. From birth they are black, but not all adherents of natural color. The most popular colors are red and red. You may be shocked to see more acid shades. Form hairstyles - this is another point of self-expression.

 Fashion and Style in Japanese

Japanese princess
Hime-gyaru (translated from Japanese "girl princess") - the so-called Japanese subculture, representatives of which look like princesses. They are painted in blondes are lush pink and white dress, shoes with heels, pearls, velvet and fur, lace and ruffles, bright make-up and long false eyelashes, tiaras and hoops with bows on long wavy hair, a lot of sequins and rhinestones on her purse and other accessories (cosmetics, clocks, mirrors, purses, cell phones, pens). Modern princess kind and gracious, flirty and sexy, romantic and smiling. One gets the feeling that they are at any moment ready to meet her prince.

The dress code, he and Japan's dress code
Despite the catchy street fashion, office employees are required to comply with the dress code. White shirts and dark pants or skirts - so running the Japanese transformed into a gray mass. At the same time the suit for business meetings is mandatory tie. The dress code also applies to jewelery and shoes. Although there are some Japanese people will find the opportunity to express his "I": a bizarre hairstyles dyed in all colors of the rainbow hair.

His dress code sets and the school system: a white top, black bottom (for girls - in a cage skirt plus white socks). Changing or canceling school uniforms are not discussed here. By honoring traditions and the established rules of Japanese are seriously and responsibly. Creative play begins just outside the walls of schools.

Fashion and unique Japanese style, as does the Japanese people.

 Fashion and Style in Japanese

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Author: Alesya Marchenko