BodyLine (Harajuku) BODY LINE 原宿店
Bodyline is a Japanese fashion store located on the famous shopping street, Takeshita Dori, in Harajuku.
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I like lolita fashion, but there are two problems:
1) Most brands don't fit my larger size
2) The famous brands are too expensive wanting at least 25,000 Yen for a dress.
Bodyline solves both problems, they have a lot clothes in larger sizes and there prices are really cheap, though quality of the dresses is ok, only lace sometimes looks cheap.
It's pretty loud inside the shop with the jpop music. And you can't try the dresses on, the only bad point in my eyes...
One of my favourite shops in Harajuku! BodyLine sells lolita dresses, skirts, blouses, shoes and accessories at really affordable prices. If you like the style but can't afford the more expensive brands, this is a great place to start. Lots of cute and frilly dresses with fun designs! They also have a growing collect of cosplay costumes.
You can find it on Takeshita Dori on the left hand side (if you're coming from Harajuku Station) by going up the steps by Marion crepes - look up for the sign.
If you want to have a good look round the shops, I'd recommend going during the week because it gets very crowded at the weekend.
Bodyline is a one-stop destination for fashion enthusiasts, selling everything you would need for a perfect costume. Located along Takeshita Street in Harajuku, it provides a glimpse into the colorful and crazy world of Japanese subculture fashion. Oftentimes, you will see girls dressed in Lolita from head-to-toe leaving the shop with bags and boxes of merchandise. The shop carries various subculture styles, including Lolita, Punk, Cosplay and Kid fashion. Browse through its endless racks of costumes, shoes, wigs, and other accessories, where you will surely find the perfect outfit for any party, from pink frilly Lolita skirts to an extravagant Alice in Wonderland costume.
The shop is especially popular during Halloween and other months of festivities, when themed parties are thrown left and right in Tokyo. Do note, however, that the costumes cannot be tried on and that photography is not allowed. Be sure to check out their sizing chart before purchase, since items cannot be returned once sold.