Sep 4, 2018

Multi Pattern Skirts

Japan has some unique fashion trends, no questions about it. Sometimes I am surprised that I end up on board with them too! Multi patterned skirts being included. When I first started noticing them in stores and on girls in the city, I was quite skeptical. Although, after trying them on, I became completely hooked!

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Here is my favorite multi-patterned skirt! This on is from my favorite store--Redyazel.

There have been many patterns that have are popularly used in these skirts including tan and plaid prints! I personally love my skirt photographed above because of the unique touch of lace. 

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A group photo from a tour I was on!

In the picture above, I have paired my skirt with a plain white blouse; this makes it more of a professional look. I never would have thought I could make a multi patterned skirt could look professional, but I think it goes quiet well!

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Here is another example of a different skirt! 

While generally the trend seems to line up with the popular A-line silhouette, more tight mini-skirt styles have been popping up as well. (Although, personally I prefer the A-line style more!)

I noticed this new trend last spring, but it is still growing! I have seen more skirts like this is the upcoming fall catalogs. It seems like for now this style is going to stick around. Some of the skirts still seem a bit quirky, but I like that Japanese designers are changing up the typical skirts that I see in Japan. For a while it felt like all the skirts were almost the same. 

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One of the new fall skirts that is coming out!

What do you think about this new trend? Are you on board? Or totally against it? Do you have a multi-patterned skirt? Tell me about it below!

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Teacher, Traveler, Dancer -
Currently living in Gifu -
I love Japan, dance, cats, food, and fashion!


  • edthethe

    on Sep 4

    There is a big trend for mock refashions. They are made to look like someone upcycled something but they are originally made that way. I like your skirt a lot!

  • ReishiiTravels

    on Sep 7

    @edthethe Thank you!!

  • Noahoscar986

    on Mar 15

    These designs are lovely, and these are in fashion nowadays because I mostly saw these types of skits and dresses on https://www.reecoupons.com/view/mixxmix and I love to wear them and I love to wear them because they give a classy look as well.