Sunday, January 4, 2009

Drop Japan: Streetstyle Crack

Drop Japan is my new favorite streetstyle blog, and it is seriously addictive. Seriously. My eyes were throbbing and my butt fell asleep after browsing for hours. Here are just a few of MY favorites...



























11 comments:

Lisa said...

thanks SO much tara.

you are such an amazing lady!


OH MY. such greatness.
this is TRUE STYLE.

x

ana b. said...

*sigh* I sometimes get carried away with those street style sites too. I wonder how they can all look so put together while wandering the street? I know I always look slightly harried and unkempt.

Sharon Rose said...

Hi there-I can see why you got addicted, they have such a great sense of style-unique and eccentric that really works!

detailsofthefabric said...

i just love drop Japan too! =D it's such a wonderful site for streetstyle. Even if I wouldn't wear some of the stuff (some of it gets a little extreme), they manage to pull them off with so much personal style and panache. It's amazing how practically everyone in Japan is so stylish. I can imagine the sartorialist/facehunter having a field day over there. =)

mothersvea said...

thanks for sharing! I love japanese streetstyle. I don't know how they do it but they always look so gorgeous !!

yiqin; said...

The first skirt is beyond amazing. & I WANT PATTERNED TIGHTS NOW@!!!!

Savvy Mode SG said...

beautiful styles... i love visiting japan. gals are so creative there.

lacouturiernyc said...

thanks for letting us know about this great blog - i love it!!

& thank you for leaving such sweet comments :)

xoxo,
La C.

[Tara] said...

lisa -- you're too sweet!!

ana -- I feel the same! I think it would just take too much effort ;)

sharon -- It really is the eccentricity of it all that is so fabulous!

[Tara] said...

details -- I know! It's like it's own world, where Western rules of dress and fashion just don't have to apply -- in the best of ways!

mothersvea -- of course, dear, glad you enjoyed.

yiqin -- I know, so many cool tights here!

savvy -- I'm quite jealous you have been to japan -- it is one of my dreams!

lacouturier -- of course dear, don't mention it ;)

Tamara said...

There's no street styling like in Japan, no doubt! Suuuper nice pics, Thanx for posting, Tara! :)