Japanese Street Fashion: Dolly Kei

Compared to other Japanese Street Fashions this is quite a
new style taking inspiration from the Middle Ages and the European Fairy tales
written by the Brother Grimm. For anyone who hasn’t heard of the Fairy tales,
they are of German Origin and were written by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, they
published several additions of their Fairy Tales, starting in , and wrote the
following well know stories; Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Snow White and
Cinderella.

 

The Dolly Kei style is made up of vintage skirts and dresses
and some religious symbols such as large cross necklaces.

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About joulesw1811

Award winning Chocolatier by day; I run my own Chocolate Boutique and Traditional Sweet Shop in Shrewsbury. While studying at University in Salford I wrote a dissertation on Hello Kitty, which enabled me to embrace a passion for the Japanese culture and Hello Kitty. It’s one of my ambitions to someday turn my dissertation into a PHD and take my research to the next level. I love travelling, spending time with friends and food
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One Response to Japanese Street Fashion: Dolly Kei

  1. Japanese art is so … unique, and cool 🙂

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