Lots of dresses bought on etsy. Accessories found here and there.
A girl in Harajuku who said she was a hairdresser asked to take pictures of my hair that day!
I was on the hunt for a brown sweater for so long, and then I found this one on etsy. It was more modern than I like (I think ’70’s) but it was in bouclé so I bought it. I’m not sure if I was already thinking of changing the buttons or if that idea came to me when I received the cartigan. I got kind of obsessed with buttons and I bought all three colors, which I thought would look good on brown. Yellow, red or green? I finally decided on the green.
These photos were taken the day we left Kyoto.
Hat/beret: vintage linen
Skirt: vintage chevron knit
Earrings: carved green bakelite (etsy)
I thought I would start the Japan posts by photos of what I bought. We started this tradition last time. it’s fun at the end of the day to lay the day’s treasures out on the bed for documentation.
Embroidered Jacket: Pink Dragon
2 Books about Japanese monsters
Vintage Kimono: 5 euro found in Harajuku from a street vendor
If you want to see all the photos just click!
Dress: Stretch velvet in leopard- made by me!
Purse: Deco tapestry- etsy
Necklace: (In Hair- voodoo beads bought from a tattooed travel bug in Paris)
(Tiki carving- bought from same person)
Heels: Vintage- A friend gave them to me years ago
Belt: etsy Contrived to Charm
Spider Hat: Amanda Fatherazi
Flapper Broach: Amanda Fatherazi
Haha, my face wasn’t so great on the photo.
Sweater: etsy Concetta’s Closet
Turtle-neck leotard: Wolford (expensive but so well made!)
Pink Pants: vintage bought years ago in San Francisco
Creepers: bought at a garage sale at the Asbury Lanes, New Jersey!
Sweater: etsy Dronning
Blouse: etsy Thrush
Skirt: vintage bought in Portland
Shoes: etsy The Road Less Traveled2
Broach: Classic Hardware
Some girls have asked about how to purchase the purses, there’s two links below. thanks!