Obviously japanese fashion inspired outfits/coordinates that don't fall under/not intended to be a specific category
Shitty res but posting anyway
I think this outfit might have been Larme before Larme was Larme.
Nah. Juria's style is closer to pastel goth/creepy kawaii than Larme.
>pic not related
Ignore the other anons, this looks very soft sister, which absolutely was the precursor to larme style.
The problem is that there is no "look", the only requirement is being a boy with a feminime face and body features aren't a fashion style. Just because something got a "Kei" label in Japan it doesn't mean it is a trend related to fashion per se like "evil-eye kei" which is a type of chuuni.
>implying /fa/ doesn't have thigh gap threads
but more seriously, something doesn't have to be a full blown fashion to have a thread and be discussed. shironuri is technically just a makeup trend and we don't pretend it magically doesn't exist. face it, everyone spergs when you say "genderless" because it's a tumblr-y word and that scares the shit out of cgl.
Definitely need a Anti-Social Kei thread including tips on how to make women pregnant but avoiding to pay for your child.
How discuss something that is soley based on facial features that you are either born with or now? All the people the japanese media labels "Genderless Kei" have nothing in common when it comes to fashion itself, some wear fairy kei, some look like hosts, etc.
And there are lots of DQN Kei burando to choose from!
Don't forget the hairstyle tutorials.
Are my girlfriend's outfits too plain to post on this board?
It's not cosplay, not in the sense of dressing up as a particular character anyway. The pic is of Kokusyoku Sumire, musicians that play avant-garde/freak folk type music and wear lolita and lolita inspired fashion, as well as creepy doll and otherworldly type looks.
Don't post your girlfriend on here. Do you really want to post someone you love to a site like this without them knowing?
Besides, if you only want to post her to brag or get compliments you're on the wrong board.
We have /soc/ for a reason and that's to contain people like you.
I hate that these threads always have such a low image:post ratio. So I'm going to post some generally kawaii clothing items, hope that's fine
Sorry if some of these might fit under certain jfashions, if they do I'm not familiar enough with them to realize
Pic related was tagged as mori but I don't really see it
This is just natural kei, the styles get easily confused.
Also whatever the heck 'baby bat schoolgirl' is called
1. obviously as decora is only defined by wearing a shitton of accessories
2. sometimes did look like scene kids or vk
3. decora is dead anyways
Why would you tell somebody off for contributing to the thread and then not contribute anything yourself? Fuck off, anon.
> チャイナ系 (China Kei)
Not that anon, but uh what the heck is China Kei. Like I'm looking at your picture and the one that's being called "menhara" but that doesn't look anything like chinese fashion. Are countries becoming styles now? Is all jfashion Japan Kei? Korea Kei? American Kei? Canada Kei? What's happening right now
> China kei is a grossly stereotyped Japanese take on Chinese clothes.
That fashion was actually coined by chinese that are into Harajuku fashion, just saying. It started to become popular in Japan due to Taobao brands like To Alice and Star's Rainbow getting sold in stores there (To Alice even got own brand store now in Tokyo) and a lot of their pieces having that kind of mixed style, some idol that I don't remember the name anymore and chinese-japanese brands like Team Souseiji and Kemono Japan, the outfit of >>9281809 is from them.
Which brands died? I only know of brands changing to online only shops due to the rent prices in Tokyo exploding from being turned into a tourist area. Qutie Frash as well as Takuya Angel never were sold irl outside of resellers and events in the first place.
Posting a few of my favourite j-goth looks!
Is "idol kei" a thing or is this part of that otaku/akiba style?
some might consider that as punk, but there is still to this day an actual punk scene in Japan. Mohawks, crust pants, studded leather jackets and all that stuff.
yeah the word punk isn't as specific as it used to be. Now almost any piece of clothing with a few studs can be sold as 'punk'. Personally I don't mind it but some take offense as most of the punk stuff used to be selfmade.
You can also find some textile versions too
Search 'chain link scarf'