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DROPSNAP.JP//so obsessed

I know I'm not alone when I say that one of the first things I do in the morning is check my favorite streetstyle blogs. Garance Dore, The Sartorialist, Jak & Jil, AltamiraNYC, etc…I live for their updates!

But lately a new style blog I've discovered via Luluandyourmom has become my #1 destination for style inspiration. It's the only site where I can find girls using teddy bears as outfit acessories, boys wearing orange fur trimmed jeans, and the only streetstyle site where the word 'chic' is rarely appicable (and that is a good thing!!)

I imagine this guy's vintage Levi's overalls did not come cheap-authentic vintage Levi's fetch extremely high prices in Japan-great color scheme here and those overalls are amazing. The girl works for a magazine-check out her itty bitty tuxedo blazer, sequin bowtie, pointy patent boots, suspenders, and pigtails. Lesson learned, it's all in the details.

Lucky girl!! She has a tutu from Comme des Garcons Fall 2007 and the spiked Junya Watanabe boots from Fall 2006…!


^HILARIOUS, this chick on the right must be so down..this could just be a passing fad but this girl has inspired me and I am desperately seeking a 'cleavage shirt' for myself. Here is a dream outfit I have in my mind right now: Leather Martin Margiela blazer, an awesome cleavage shirt similar to this girl's, skinny black denim, basket weave Givenchy wedges.

Look at all these kids-they're constructing their own personal universes out of clothing!
  

GO TO DROPSNAP.JP NOW

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59 Comments

  1. i die for the 06 Junya Watanabe boots………

    12.8.08 · Reply
  2. hanui wrote:

    you must read fruits and street if you like street fashion ;)

    12.9.08 · Reply
  3. DUSKIN wrote:

    VENA CAVA BONDAGE DRESS-
    KIND OF THE SAME IDEA, A LITTLE MORE ON THE SEXY SIDE.
    http://assets0.chictopia.com/photos/GARCONDANSLENOIR/8244546368/3093260843/3093260843.jpg?1221199477

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  4. Michelle wrote:

    OMG I am in love the orange-tutu-wearing girl’s gray top with the lovely draping! Absolutely beautiful. :)

    12.9.08 · Reply
  5. banahna wrote:

    this is one of my favorite blogs. everything is more than fashion, it’s art and craziness. it’s not about what maybe looks flattering, these people are so wildly creative and everything about them is so inspiring.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  6. Meg wrote:

    Yes! Leave it to the Japanese. I’m totally inspired by all of these photos; reminds me that I don’t have to be “chic” to look awesome.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  7. Jeunesse wrote:

    The guy from the last photo, the one holdin’ uu the peace sign is sooo cool… I wonder if he’s single? Haha! Japan had always been the trendiest fashion spot in Asia. It’s the ground-zero of fashion on that side of the planet. Very cool people and very artistic too… I love Japan. Wanna go back there someday.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  8. Frida wrote:

    They all look so great! Thanks so much for the link. This made me happy. The orange tutu is amazing. Wouldn’t be to hard to make something similar.

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  9. Bouchra wrote:

    lOVE THe first one …New kinda fashion i hope it will grew up fast because its very great ;)
    Bouchra

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  10. Zori wrote:

    Thank you for sharing this. I love Japanese style!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  11. Thanks for sharing, it’s really inspiring.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  12. Katlin wrote:

    I love that Mexican blanket looking jacket in the first pic!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  13. Joie wrote:

    Ooh, nice site! Thanks for linking it. :) Another Japanese site that I usually go to is Style Arena JP (http://www.style-arena.jp/). It’s a bit like FRUiTS when it comes to how they photograph people and they organize the photos depending on the location (Harajuku, Shibuya, Daikanyama, Ginza, Omotesando).

    12.9.08 · Reply
  14. merkovsky wrote:

    JANE!! YOU BELONG IN JAPAN! seriously!!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  15. Becca wrote:

    One of these crazy cool Japanese kids need to get their hands on these amazing spectator flats.. If only I had small feet!
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=110323777089

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  16. i could definitely see you a lot of these outfits. what i really like about these picks is that even though there is a lot going on, it still maintains its cohesiveness.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  17. chrisdesu wrote:

    the girl on the red staircase is at ‘laFabrique club d if Im right its at a night called ‘vanity’ which is really good for some good fashion/style. You can check their page at http://www.vanity.to theres some phtos there so maybe you can find something else you may like…

    12.9.08 · Reply
  18. Copycat wrote:
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  19. chelsea wrote:

    The boob shirt is actually mens at Vivienne Westwood.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  20. Jane wrote:

    THANK YOU CHELSEA!!
    xox Looking into that now!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  21. Those Junya boots are AMAZING!
    http://the-shades-of-black.blogspot.com/

    12.9.08 · Reply
  22. the Japaneses dress so funnnnnnn.
    Iris Apfel said it’s important to throw yourself together ina way that is you and never give a damn what people should think.
    true true

    12.9.08 · Reply
  23. Erin wrote:

    that cleavage shot is kinda ugly…looks deformed…sorry but it isn’t attractive in the least.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  24. janandpaul wrote:

    i just got back from japan and korea and i have a bunch of the crazy tokyo fashion(including a girl with a teddy bear)…check it out a couple pages back on me and my friend’s blog – http://janandpaul.blogspot.com

    12.9.08 · Reply
  25. a french girl wrote:

    the top that you search on the women atright is a vivienne westwood one but made for mens crazy isn’t it? sorry if you don’t understand everything i wrote cause i’m not english…good luck to found it!!!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  26. a french girl wrote:

    the top that you search on the women atright is a vivienne westwood one but made for mens crazy isn’t it? sorry if you don’t understand everything i wrote cause i’m not english…good luck to found it!!!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  27. Emlyn wrote:

    I love the second outfit.. most original stuff I’ve seen it awhile!
    I read your blog all the time so I hope you don’t mind that I’ve linked you :)

    12.9.08 · Reply
  28. C wrote:

    I’m looking to buy a dress form…is there any out there that you would recommend?
    Thank you!!!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  29. WendyB wrote:

    Those spiked boots should come live with me.

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  30. indie wrote:

    awesome awesome thanks for the links and pictures!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  31. Miss Beth wrote:

    Omg! I love this stuff so hard!
    I don’t mean to be a hater, but I definitely know what you mean about “the only streetstyle site where the word ‘chic’ is rarely appicable (and that is a good thing!!)” Sometimes I think I’m the only one who doesn’t really care about the Sartorialist AT ALL. One time in twenty he’ll have something I’m interested in, but mostly everybody there is too plain/clean for me.
    I can’t say how big of an inspiration you are to me… thanks so much for sharing with us!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  32. Miss Beth wrote:

    Omg! I love this stuff so hard!
    I don’t mean to be a hater, but I definitely know what you mean about “the only streetstyle site where the word ‘chic’ is rarely appicable (and that is a good thing!!)” Sometimes I think I’m the only one who doesn’t really care about the Sartorialist AT ALL. One time in twenty he’ll have something I’m interested in, but mostly everybody there is too plain/clean for me.
    I can’t say how big of an inspiration you are to me… thanks so much for sharing with us!

    12.9.08 · Reply
  33. ashley wrote:

    ha! I used to have one of those 90s (at least that’s when I remember seeing them a lot) beach “cover ups” that had the drawing of a lady on it in a swimsuit. not quite the cleavage shirt, but it does trick the eye.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  34. ashley wrote:

    ha! I used to have one of those 90s (at least that’s when I remember seeing them a lot) beach “cover ups” that had the drawing of a lady on it in a swimsuit. not quite the cleavage shirt, but it does trick the eye.

    12.9.08 · Reply
  35. Francesca wrote:

    I’m addicted to Dropsnap as well. Japanese kids are just too cool for school…

    12.9.08 · Reply
  36. right i totally think tutu’s are an upcoming trend, but not the hideous ones that people wear to ‘electro’ nights out in clubs in the u.k. but instead really big ones with loads of volume! I’ve just posted my favourite finds on etsy and one is an adult size tutu! I love em!
    Rianna Bethany xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  37. Cruz wrote:

    Ever since you posted the link to it, I’ve been obsessed as well. Thank you for enlightening me! :p

    12.9.08 · Reply
  38. GAIA wrote:

    JANE,
    not sure if anyone has commented on where you can buy the boob t-shirt she’s wearing. But if i’m not mistaken it’s a Vivenne Westwood t-shirt and can be bought here: http://www.hervia.com
    bisous xx

    12.10.08 · Reply
  39. Amazing pics! Kisses ;)

    12.10.08 · Reply
  40. sunni wrote:

    ah yes, i discovered dropsnap a few months ago and it is FANTASTIC! the originality and imagination of the people featured on that blog is astounding. i’ve always admired the way the japanese wear what they want to, not just what flatters them.

    12.10.08 · Reply
  41. I like the guy with coffins on his scarf.^^

    12.10.08 · Reply
  42. Jasmina wrote:

    that blog is amazing :o so inspiring, thanks for telling <3

    12.10.08 · Reply
  43. Agnes B wrote:

    Hey Jane,
    Have you seen this one?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290280181704 ;)
    And I strongly recommend that you search eBay for vintage belt buckle designers such as Christopher Ross and MIMI!
    My love to you and your great blog!
    Agnes

    12.10.08 · Reply
  44. astrid wrote:

    Hi Jane
    You should get http://www.shopnastygal.com/products/Beach-Babe-Bikini-Dress.html if you crave nude clothes!
    Love you blog, you are extremely creative.

    12.10.08 · Reply
  45. girl from spain wrote:

    Hi
    i´ve been readding you for a long time, I`m from spain and I love your own style, I think you look fantastic, I´m almost a fan of your blog,I love fashion as you do and I want to see if you can help me, I was looking at the sartorialist blog and I saw a picture of a girl wearing a black leather mini-skirt with zippers im just in love with that skirt and I can´t find it, maybe you know,
    thank you
    sorry about my english but I`m from spain

    12.10.08 · Reply
  46. the cleavage top is so funny! i wonder where it’s from? xx

    12.10.08 · Reply
  47. Erman wrote:

    Well..well..I’m a foreigner living in Tokyo..and they never failed to amaze me!! so inspirational!! and couture!!

    12.11.08 · Reply
  48. Laura wrote:

    http://www.theurbancollection.com/Store/Cadet-Tux-Tail-Jacket.aspx#
    I saw this on a local vintage shop website and thought of you [from your recent posts of band jackets]!
    It’s a pretty cool “cadet jacket”…

    12.11.08 · Reply
  49. andrea wrote:

    girl from spain- zipper mini from the sartorialist is Margiela, although H&M has a knock off. I am in New York.
    Good luck!

    12.12.08 · Reply
  50. zsya wrote:

    i’ve always love how ecletic they are
    totally your style :)

    12.12.08 · Reply
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