Concluding the reference posts…


In a nutshell: lace, layers and leafy forests

Likely locations: Daikanayma (or a wood!)

Magazine: Spoon

About mori: mori girls are seeing a real rise in popularity, and it’s easy to see why! With soft fabrics, neutral tones and loose shapes, mori is incredibly flattering as well as helping the wearer feel like a folklore princess plucked from her natural forest habitat.

As with practically every single Japanese fashion style, there are rules… I won’t repeat them all here, but I’d say that the aesthetic is one that leans towards nature, antiques and creativity. Inspirational!


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