That Sailor Fuku

Saturday, May 07, 2016

That Sailor Fuku (www.jildiamante.com)

"Albeit, scantily clad in risqué poses, they really are rocking that coveted Japanese schoolgirl uniform. Besides the academic mien, I can't promise to exude the same tempting appeal, though. Wait, let me twerk."

That Sailor Fuku (www.jildiamante.com)

That Sailor Fuku (www.jildiamante.com)
That Sailor Fuku (www.jildiamante.com)
That Sailor Fuku (www.jildiamante.com)
Here I am, sitting on a chair, pen between my chapped lips and eyes straining from a stare down contest with my laptop's screen. I am trying to gauge if it's appropriate to credit this look from the scantily clad kawaii cover girls found on the infamous bookstores along the streets of Akihabara, Japan. Honestly, I could have just said normal Japanese school girls, but no I had to resort to manga porn. Boy, did I blame Google.

Albeit, scantily clad in risqué poses, they really are rocking that coveted Japanese schoolgirl uniform. Besides the academic mien, I can't promise to exude the same tempting appeal, though. Wait, let me twerk.

You know I'm kidding, right?

But enough of the Japanese reference, I actually bought this sailor fuku inspired top and skirt from a serendipitous bazaar shopping in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

See, I scheduled myself that afternoon to be enthralled by the water puppet attraction, down at 55 B Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St. but much to my dismay, tickets were already sold out. I was about to exit the complex when I sensed quite a commotion beside the theatre. There was an ongoing fashion bazaar. That day my pocket predicted its own expected doom of dongs.
 
I went back to my hotel with a frustrated wallet but with little paper bags of joy and a really huge smile on my face.


SALVATORE FERRAGAMO | Slipper Shoes
HO CHI MINH BAZAAR | Sailor Blouse and Top

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