Japanese designers shake things up by using male uniforms as their motif for a change.
The inspiration appears clearly Japanese, but the garments’ origin isn’t.
Clever alterations make this a better choice than anything hanging in your boyfriend’s closet.
This timeline will help you create and identify dresses from any time period like a pro.
Clever styling cues give wearer a slender silhouette and visually longer legs.
Can’t choose between the two popular motifs? Now you don’t have to.
Can’t choose between wearing a dress or a kimono at your wedding? Thanks to this Tokyo-based garment maker, you don’t entirely have to.
Sometimes, the line between “fashionable coutfit” and “ice cream bar” is a little blurry.
Wear a wave to your next party with designs inspired by one of Japan’s most famous ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
Summer is here, and with its warmer temperatures it’s the perfect time of year for stepping out in a lightweight dress. Of course, summer also means it’s time for summer vacation, thus removing the school uniform from the clothing options of fashionistas, anime fans, and monster-fighting magical girls alike.
There is an elegant way to combine the two looks, though, with these new Sailor Moon sundresses, which are part of a new line inspired by the anime hit that also contains blouses, cardigans, and skirts.
As part of the Cardcaptor Sakura renaissance, we’ve previously looked at cosmetics, accessories, and no fewer than three pairs of shoes that pay homage to the beloved anime and manga character. Until now, though, you were on your own if you wanted to dress like the series’ star, but now you can add more than a half-week’s worth of Cardcaptor Sakura dresses to your wardrobe.