DC Kawaii Style

Afro Kawaii Aesthetic Introduction + Round-Up

Hi かわいい + creative family!

It’s round-up
{less talk, more photo spam! haha}

Last month I shared a lot about cute culture + mental health

and this month was delayed to pay respects to Sakura Momoko-sama

BUT we’re here now ~

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Remember! The goal of these round-ups is to share aspects of my lifestyle that are cute + inspiring.


This year, DC KawaiiStyle committed to three very important conversation during BlerdCon 2018 ~

One being Afro Kawaii and it’s presence in cute culture, overall.

So I thought I’d spam you with related moments from the con ^.^

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DC KawaiiStyle style leaders – Amy, Jilian, + Kai

About Afro Kawaii™️

What happens when Hip Hop’s Cool meets Kawaii’s Cute Culture and is draped in Pop-Afrocentricity?

J-fashion styles defined through the cool of black aesthetic
~ in comparison to Japan’s B-Style

dc kawaii community

 Aside from J-fashion, most of us are Japan lovers to some extent – from geek culture + fandoms customs and traditions.

kawaii black girl
kicks + kawaii

But there will be mush more conversation around Afro kawaii soon!

kawaii draped in blackness … just … WHAAAAA?!
Aye!!!! Gigi got me feeling’ myself ❤ ~

So after this quick round-up I gotta ask …

Are you interested in more about Afro-Kawaii?!

Comment below ^.^

Gambare, minna
Imani (イマーニ)

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Afro Kawaii Aesthetic Introduction + Round-Up was originally published on Kawaii Creative Corner

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