Since Hiroshima was a city I’d never been to I was so excited to check out the city and how gal was. Admittedly I was a bit downhearted by the reaction I’d received there. Honestly most didn’t know how to deal with foreigners in their store since it was a bit harder to get there and a few floors up. I’ve heard from others that Hiroshima is extremely nice, but honestly I can’t feel that way. Especially not after the warm hearted way I’d been treated in Nagoya and Osaka. :worries:
Duras – Hiroshima Parco
While the lace dress didn’t suit me as much it really shined on the shop staff on the left. I love their butterfly belt trend. Everything like usual from Duras feels a bit Bridget Bardot and I can’t help but love that. Great paisley and lace help out the nice 1970s retro feel.
The shop staff on the right’s simple acrylic nails. A nude feminine look that really suits Duras clothing.
Liz Lisa – Hiroshima Parco
Floral, buns and lace from this cute Liz Lisa pair. Both girls have a great eye for style. Admittedly I was drawn to one detail on their outfits.
The socks and sandals combination by Liz Lisa. This will be a big trend within gal. As long as the socks are sheer, in floral or girly colors.
I love the sweet little bouquets on her shoes. Such a way to draw the eye.
Tralala – Nagoya Passe
I don’t know why I’ve waited to put these girls up on the shop staff photos because they immediately captured my heart. They were so nice. Beyond their way nice.
I originally wandered past their t-shirt display in front and then the girl on the right came to speak to me. She is just so adorable! We talked for 2 hours straight. They were teaching me Nagoya dialect and slang. We also discussed life, boyfriends, old jobs etc… They even recommended me a place for delicious Nagoya food, and it was delicious! One of the best experiences I’ve had in a store, and I’m not even a Tralala fan :worry:
The girl on the left’s wonderfully simple nails. I forgot how lovely acrylics look just painted one color. Especially when it is such a pop on her monotone outfit. Hot pink seemed to be the color of nail choice for Nagoya girls.
The girl on the left’s sweet nails. I love the cherry detail!