How to Wear Platform Sandals, as seen on the streets of Tokyo, Japan!
Platform sandals are a hot fashion trend in Japan during the summer. We're showcasing 15 different platform sandal styles and showing you how Japanese young women wear them on the street. Hopefully this will give you inspiration for your own personal style.
Please have a look and let us know what you think in the comments!
Here's a list of all of the platform sandal brands shown in this video in order:
Browny (by WEGO)
Spinns & ANAP
YES (not YRU)
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Music "Glass" by dejans, used under license.
I don't know what it is with women in high platform sandals that turns me on. They look so dominating and somewhat intimidating as well. This is ONE OF MY FAV VIDEOS on this topic!!! LOVE THEM! Thank you for posting! :-)
+cybr.grl Just did a search on Google, and it looks like you're right. We go off of the brands that people write on their street snap forms, but in this case it appears to be an error (not the first time). I'll put a note on the video using YouTube annotations to mention YES. Thank you for pointing it out. :-)
+Cocojin i bought the wego pair online through a proxy service and they were only around $50 including shipping! but literally 10 minutes into my first time walking in them and the strap de-attached from the triangle holder things /-:
:o was that last snap elleanor? I'd really love to see her again if thats possible, im really curious as to what shes doing right now <3
also, for future videos maybe you could introduce us to some neat shops that aren't that well known overseas and give us a run down on what they sell, where they are, what kind of style shop they are etc.
a more detailed video on nippori would be cool too!
Idea for videos :
A tour of fashionable shops we can find in Tokyo, depending on the style of the shop or the kind of product they sell, but may be not the best known such as BTSSB, 6%dokidoki, etc...
With a lot of informations about the shops : are the clothing affordable, plus-size friendly, is the quality cheap or really nice, etc.
It might be really useful for foreigners or people who don't live in Tokyo and who want to buy really nice clothes !!
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