3 Shops to Give you a Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Makeover!

  • TOKYO
  • HARAJUKU
  • SHOPPING
  • It’s no doubt that many people Japanese or not, admire the Harajuku fashion that Princess of Japanese Pop Kyary Pamyu Pamyu flaunts. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu has made a number of collaborations with different stores in the past featuring the style and it’s no wonder she’s one of the most iconic people who comes to mind when you hear the topic.

    With hundreds of shops to choose from in Tokyo, how are you able to pull off something close to Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s style? Let me help you with that and introduce to you 3 shops to help bring out that inner Kyary Pamyu Pamyu in you!

    6% DOKIDOKI

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    6% DOKIDOKI offers a variety of clothing and accessories that will really stand out within the crowd because of its eye-popping selection of bright colors. The store focuses on providing kawaii products to its buyers and noticeably enough, these products are designed with hearts, ribbons and stars motifs. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu also once made a collaboration with 6% DOKIDOKI’s creator Sebastian Masuda in the past as the art director for her video PonPonPon.

    6% DokiDoki

    G2?

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    G2? is a fashion boutique offering a huge selection of vintage clothing. Many Harajuku girls have fallen in love with the selections here and these are all ranging from the most eccentric items like kawaii clothes, classy offerings of vintage items and even wigs.

    G2?

    FAKE TOKYO (Candy)

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    Candy in FAKE TOKYO offers some of the most unique clothes for the Harajuku style lovers because of the whimsical and unconventional designs they have in store. Their wide selection of fashion come in bright contrasting colors with a bold style. It’s no wonder Lady Gaga has been to FAKE TOKYO too!

    FAKE TOKYO (Candy)

    Trying out Harajuku fashion doesn’t require any complex mathematical equations to pull through. What you need though, is a starting point to get you into it and hopefully these three shops I’ve mentioned would help you with it. Begin with experimenting the clothing and accessories you’d prefer by mixing and matching them and soon you’ll be able to go out in Harajuku fashion with ease.

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