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Lolita Harajuku Style with a Twist of Korean and Japanese Youthfulness from the 1950s

**Title: Japanese and Korean Harajuku Lolita Fashion | How to Style and Appreciate Japanese and Korean Fashion**

**Description:**
In this video, I showcase my collection of Japanese and Korean Harajuku Lolita fashion, proving that even in my youthful 50s, I can still rock this girly and feminine style. I explore various ways to wear Japanese and Korean fashion, providing tips on how to effortlessly embody the Lolita and Harajuku aesthetic. From elegant dressing to wardrobe tips, I share my love for fashion that never goes out of style. Join me as I embrace the beauty of Lolita fashion and appreciate the intricate details that Japanese and Korean fashion offer.

**Keywords/Tags:**
Fashion, Style Over 50, Petite Fashion, Styling, How to Wear, How To, Elegant Dressing, Classic Fashion, Wardrobe, Lookbook, Japanese, Korean, Harajuku, Lolita, Feminine, Frilly, Girly Fashion, Youthful 50s

*Music Credit: Ehrling (Lounge)*

*Related Authority Links:*
– [Harajuku Fashion Explained](https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2016/12/132559/harajuku-fashion-explained)
– [Lolita Fashion: 101](https://www.tofugu.com/japan/lolita-fashion-101/)

**Video Transcript:**
Hello, everyone! After taking a short break due to illness, I’m back and feeling better than ever. Today, I wanted to share with you my love for Japanese and Korean Harajuku Lolita fashion. Despite being in my youthful 50s, I still adore the frills, ribbons, and all things girly and feminine.

Before we dive into my wardrobe, I must give credit to the amazing talent of Ehrling (Lounge) for the music in this video. Now, let’s begin.

Japanese and Korean fashion have always been at the forefront of Harajuku and Lolita style. These styles truly capture the essence of youthfulness and elegance. Today, I have a special collection of clothes that embody this aesthetic.

First, let me introduce you to a beautiful Lolita-inspired linen top. The attention to detail on this piece is remarkable. With its navy blue string and red braided accents, it exudes a French Chanel-like style. I paired it with a fully embroidered miniskirt, creating a look that I would wear when hosting visitors at home.

Moving on, I must showcase a frilly lace blouse that I got a few years back. Although it is quite pricey, I couldn’t resist its stunning details. The cap sleeves, frilly bow tie, and gold leaf button in the shape of a flower make this blouse truly outstanding. I paired it with a lovely printed skirt, which perfectly complements the Lolita style.

Now, let’s talk about an authentic 1980s vintage-style satin blouse made in Japan. The perforated polka dot design adds a unique touch to this piece. I’ve been holding onto this blouse for a while, waiting for the perfect skirt to match it. Finally, I found a skirt that perfectly complements it with its gold lace and satin finishing.

As I explore my wardrobe, I discover two more blouses that I haven’t decided on the perfect pairing yet. One is a romantic rosette blouse by BCBG Max Azria, giving it a timeless and Chanel-like feel. The other showcases more of the Harajuku style with its 3D dimensional rosettes and lacy sleeves. Both blouses hold their own charm and appeal.

Before wrapping up this video, I wanted to share my love for Japanese manga and anime. Growing up, I adored classics like “Candy Candy” and “Coach.” Collecting memorabilia from these shows brings me so much joy. It’s like reliving my childhood and holding onto cherished memories.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this journey into Japanese and Korean Harajuku Lolita fashion. I encourage you to appreciate the attention to detail, elegance, and youthfulness that these styles bring. Stay tuned for more fashion tips and wardrobe inspiration. Remember, fashion is an art that never goes out of style, and you can rock any look at any age.

*Timestamp: 00:00 – Introduction, 01:30 – Lolita-inspired linen top and embroidered miniskirt, 03:45 – Frilly lace blouse and printed skirt, 06:10 – Vintage-style satin blouse and gold lace skirt, 08:20 – BCBG Max Azria rosette blouse and Harajuku-style blouse. 09:50 – Appreciating Japanese manga and anime, 11:05 – Conclusion.*

Japanese and Korean have always been at the forefront of Harajuku and Lolitta style, with frills, ribbons, all things girly and feminine. Here’s a take on some of my harajuku Lolitta style which is still very much alive in my wardrobe even at my Youthful 50s!!!

Music Credit goes to the amazing talent of Ehrling (Lounge).

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