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Last time, I wrote an article about the top five Japanese male fashion models, but there are also many kinds of fashion for women as well.
In this article, I will introduce how Japanese women wear and match their clothing. In addition, the a below article is written to include a little bit of a boy’s perspective and thoughts, so here’s a list of Japanese women and the clothes that they wear.
Take a look!
The model below has great coordination and a most fashionable and easy-to-do style. Rola is wearing a jacket and black shoes that make her look calm and formal. In addition, she uses a red toque to accent her other clothes. Wearing shorts can also help you look taller and make your legs look longer, and tucking in your shirt can also make you look slender. There are many ways to coordinate or you can steal some ideas from Rola.
Japanese people are familiar with Rola who is the most famous female fashion model in Japan and is funny character. Click here to see what I mean.
Red and blue are a good fit for each other. Of course, it depends on how light or dark the colour. Kiko Mizuhara is wearing a superb matching blue denim shirt and red, pinkish shoes. A black jacket can make you look calm and tidy, but complicated clothes such as complex patterned T- shirts, blue denim shirts, red shoes, and pattern socks. A cap also makes you look casual.
Tsubasa Hondais wearing a sweater and a mountain parka which look casual and outdoorsy. Black shorts are also casual and can even seem like pajamas. However, black leather boots can tidy your look and can be a good accent. This method is called “Hazushi“.
Below is a more adult kind of fashion. Karina is wearing a white pullover which coordinates with the navy coat. The white pullover is good and the navy coat has white trimming and buttons.
The picture below is a popular and typical fashion for Japanese university female students.
Mirei Kiritani is wearing a flower pattern skirt that can give a cute impression to boys, as well. This fashion looks good in summer and spring, and more feminine. Matching a simple T-shirt or shirt with a flower pattern makes a difference.