HongKong Part 1 : Argyle Street
Hello dear readers! So I’m now in London and finally have some time to update! So here we go.
So it was a blistering hot day when I went to Argyle Street. This is one of those places you must visit if you love Japanese fashion at a good affordable price. It’s mostly Gyaru style but there are lots of clothes that fits the mori-girl style well too. So let me take you on a little tour around Argyle street.
I took the MTR (HK’s tube) to MongKok and arrived here.
Argyle street is really huge! So remember, you have to see this sign! Just opposite this sign is the place that we’re heading to.
So this is what you have to look for! New Town Mall! I have no idea how to read those Chinese text.
A quick tour around the building, lots of Gyaru clothes, you must try to check out everyplace if possible before buying something
as you may find other shops selling the same thing at a cheaper price. Lots of pretty shoes as well. You can expect to find some
accessories from Liz Lisa and Paris Kids on the 4th floor if i’m not wrong. It’s just a small stall though so don’t expect too much.
So here are a few shops,
As you can see, crazy gyaru sales! Good thing about it, mori girls wear maxi dresses too, so you could
definitely find something in there.
There are two mori girl related shops that I would recommend, one unfortunately was close every time that I was there.
This shop has lovely shoes and clothing including bags too. Worth the look.
The shop that never opens for me has really lovely mori-girls clothing. They look kinda Korean made to me. I’m guessing that the
prices are a little higher than most shops but you’ll never know till you visit it. They sell some accessories too.
My total damage was a bag and a pair of VW Melissa Wing Replica shoes!Over all I spent no more then $50 USD
well that’s it for now, stay tune for Part two, which features a shop called Miss Summer!
Thank you for waiting!
I really want to go shopping in Hong Kong now! It’s a shame you are unable to visit that shop with the mori-like dresses; they’re lovely looking ❤
I adore those outfits, defently a way to make someone stand out from the pack.
Hello there,do you think you can tell how to get there?Like an MTR I can take or something pretty please?I will be going there in a week and im at a loss at how to get to places.LIke taking a train or bus more inexpensive and efficient and those stuff >.<
I have not been there for so long . But as far as I can remember taking the MTR is easy and accessible , very convenient . This place was right outside the station. If I’m not wrong it’s the Mongkok station 🙂