Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Featured Brand: Marble Sud

Japanese fashion label Marble Sud has been a favourite of mori girls for quite some time, having been highlighted in Choco's Mori Girl Fashion & Style Book, as well as the Mori Girl eMook. Marble Sud clothing features playful prints and graphics and avoids being too delicate. There are graphic-print tshirts featuring lovely ink drawings, and everything else comes in delightful patterns.

 
The first outfit reminds me very much of Yu Aoi's Dandelion photobook in which she travels to Russia.


These pictures were taken from the latest issue of Spoon. The loose dress on the left looks cute when paired with sneakers and leggings, while the ethnic-inspired outfit on the right is perfect for woodland nomads. I also love this dreamland-themed photoshoot, particularly the picture of the model dozing off to another realm.

  

Much of Marble Sud's clothes are light, casual and down-to-earth. This is great for mori girls who are unwilling to compromise on comfort. The dresses, skirts and tops somehow always manage to retain a quaint air.

 

Adorable accessories make those daily walks even sweeter. With an umbrella that cute, afternoon showers become a pleasure rather than a hindrance.

Image source: Choco's Mori Girl Fashion & Style Book, Mori Girl eMook, Spoon

3 comments:

  1. such a lovely blog you have, and i love your header it's beautiful

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  2. Thank you, I'm so glad you think so! :)

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  3. The morn girl fashion sense is creepy but cool, i wonder why isn't popular in America... due a bad marketing strategy ?

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