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The Real Life Kawaii Princess | HOOKED ON THE LOOK

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  1. but its true that for asian cultures, it is normal to own cute stufftoys and objects especially for teenagers and early 20s, older than that you are just pushing it. for my case, I've seen girls in my college drinking from kiddish hello kitty bottles and using cute pencil cases with really adorable pens. having a cute stuff toy charm hanging from the bag is also quite common here. almost all the girls in asia have some sort of stuff toy or even still uses their cartoonish bedsheets. Im quite surprised it isnt a norm for western culture.

  2. Japanese people commonly DO NOT wear extreme fashions like this on the street. You can only find these type of fashion in Harajuku and its pretty weird for them to stick out of conformity. If you wanna see what most Japanese people wear on a daily basis look at Uniqlo brand. That's what most Japanese wear, or simply just go to japan and see for yourself. They pretty much wear basic clothes, and monotonous and boring colours. its their culture to blend into the society. these fashion are a form of rebellion towards the conformity and they express themselves into that extreme.

  3. Kawaii fashion usually makes cringe to death…something is just creepy to me about 30+ year old women trying to act and look like 10 year olds…but this girls not too bad she actually has her own aesthetic that flatters her and her age. She acts pretty normal, not trying to act like a child or anything she just likes the style.

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