Gorgeous Ageha Dresses from Jewels

Ageha and Gyaru are tricky styles to shop for. Thankfully, there is Rakuten, a network of tons of Japanese stores, most of which are perfectly willing to ship internationally.

Jewels is a store that specializes in formal dresses, especially those in the elegant and often blinged-out Ageha fashion style. If I were a schoolgoing ladychild, I’d definitely be wishing for these to wear for prom.

…Prom season isn’t over, is it? I have no idea what you kids are up to these days.

Anyway, here are a few of my favorites dresses from Jewels!

Lavender Swallowtail GownGosh so beautiful wow. oAo

I am in love with the train~ Just a cascade of ruffles behind you.

And the lavender + pink color scheme is soooo sweet.

Ageha Goddess-Wrap Watercolor DressThis “watercolor” effect is something I see on almost all of Jewels’ dresses. It is AMAZING. You should definitely clickthrough to see the other photos of different angles. The wraps and ties look spectacular from the back, too.
Satin Laced-Up Ageha GownWaaaaaoww those rufflesss!! I am in awe. I want to know who designs these dresses so that I can give them THE BIGGEST HUGS.

The laced-up effect on the front is just spectacular!

Kimono-Sleeved Ageha DressThe other thing I love about Jewels is the gorgeous photography… Really just accentuates the elegance of their dresses all the more.

This dress has long, flowing kimono sleeves. *o* You can see them a bit better if you clickthrough and look at other pics of them.

They’re actually not attached to the dress – just worn over the shoulders like a bolero. So they can be removed and give the dress a whole new look!

Red Kimono-Print Balloon DressThat bright red and brilliant blue are such spectacular shades!!

I’m usually not crazy about that poofy balloon hemline on dresses, but this one pulls it off in a totally unique way!

Wuahhh they’re all so pretty. ;A; Now I just need an occasion on which to wear them…

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