Yet another brand that the original Mixi community of mori girls has brought to our attention as a favourite is Japanese designer label Tsumori Chisato. Her creations are often simple in cutting and feature crazily intricate details. She has been known to make necklaces out of pasta and sew beads and interesting fabrics in insane patterns onto her clothing. Doesn't that sound exactly like something a mori girl would do? The following pictures are from her Autumn/Winter 2009/2010 Ready-to-Wear collection. Click to enlarge and examine the detail.
Colourful dresses in the loose silhouettes favoured by mori girls. The styling here is pretty bold, but I think with more subdued accessories they are quite wearable.
The dress would look cute with plain cream tights or grey knee-high socks. It's got stars everywhere--how dreamy! And I love the Peter Pan collared shirt!
There are blue cats on the first dress! The striped bloomers make the outfit look clownish, but the dress itself is adorable and very childlike. The top in the second picture is cute too but I'm not sure if it's attached to the pants.
While looking through other collections, I just felt I couldn't not share with you last year's Autumn/Winter Ready-to-Wear. With its more subdued tones and cute cocoon silhouettes, it's so representative of mori girl style.
The pink dress is just so sweet and delicate! And the purple dress looks just like a flower in bloom.
These cocoon-shaped outfits are adorable and extremely wearable.
Somehow, I can't help but suspect I've seen pictures of Yu Aoi wearing something from Tsumori Chisato.
Image source: Flip-Zone