Countries of Japan Korea and China have their kind of citizens and also a variety of difference in their fashion. The only problem that people face is to identify which kind of fashion belongs to which country. So today we have gathered information that will let you know the difference in their fashion.
1. Japanese fashion.
Japanese tend to dress up based on season, occasion and are geniuses when it comes to pairing accessories such as hats, socks, scarves Etc. with the rest of their clothes. They mainly choose Japanese brands and combine them with European ones. Japanese women dress up and spend time beautifully arrange their hair and do their make-up depending on the occasion.
Businessmen usually wear tones of grey and black, being dressed up formally on workdays, while on holidays, they like to wear casual outfits and comfortable clothes, such as UNIQLO, MUJI
Chinese like using well-known fashion brands. Females prefer sexier styles while males go for a more casual look. They mainly choose European brands to match with Japanese and Korean famous designer brands.
According to the statistics from Weixin, Dior, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Coach, Hermes, Chanel, Burberry etc. are popular brands among Chinese people as they like showing off by using items with a well-known brand logo.
Koreans love the skin colour tone and a simpler fashion style. Youngsters nowadays imitate the KPOP idols when it comes to outfits and they mainly opt for Korean fashion brands and European brands. Korean people usually like clothes with simple designs and decide on pastels, peach colour or a vegetation colour palette theme. The young people like wearing local brands such as JUUN.J、WooYoungmi、Blindness、Pushbutton、Ordinary People etc.
Compared to the Japanese youngsters, Korean people tend to dress up more stylish and girls focus more on femininity choosing a more sexy look while Japanese girls prefer a pure and cute image.