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Monday Mode ☆ COMME CA ISM Girl Shirt & Skirt コムサイズム

May 22, 2011

shirt: Comme Ca Ism, skirt: Comme Ca Ism, leggings: Old Navy

COMME CA ISM is a popular Japanese clothing brand that you can find pretty much anywhere in Japan. The stylish chic designs remind me of the fashion in Europe. In terms of prices, it is relatively reasonable for adult clothes, but the pricing for kids clothes might be a bit more on the steep side. It’s like buying kids clothes at GAP Kids. I like COMME CA ISM’s line of kids clothing that uses mono-tone colors and adorable design. If you ever go visit Japan, please take a peek at a COMME CA ISM store. I wish the website offers more photos or on-line catalog. Just in case you are wondering, I’m not compensated or asked to say what I wrote here.

This outfit was actually my older daughter’s when she was 2 years old. My second daughter is so small that at the age of three, she can still fit in it. I still like the look of them. They held up really well and the color did not fade either. I have several hand-me-down outfits from my older daughter that I don’t really care to see on my second child. However, this one, I still like very much.



That morning I got my daughter out of the car and saw her feet. Hold on!!! I let my daughter pick out her socks and shoes without giving her any advice. The result is this. Oh well, I hope people knew that I didn’t style her with these socks and shoes.


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  1. May 22, 2011 7:15 pm

    I love the fierce look! she is adorable! and very cute outfit. About the shoes and socks, she did very well color coordinating, both are pink!

  2. May 22, 2011 7:45 pm

    Kaho, I found a link to a video of a fellow blogger who made the no-knead bread, it’s very easy when you see the video. just know that you need at least 18-24 hours. in prep time plus two additonal hours. (video)

    (original recipe I used to prepare the bread)

    and about the ratio of olive oil and lemon juice on the garbanzo beans, I used one medium lemon and about 1 -2 teaspoons of olive oil and salt to taste.

  3. May 22, 2011 7:50 pm

    I love her choice of socks and shoes!

  4. May 23, 2011 5:33 am

    She looks too cute! And I know what you mean, if my youngest (and even the teenager) is allowed to dress herself without my help, she combines her pj’s with leggings and socks, all in the colors of the rainbow…..
    Enjoy the week,

  5. May 23, 2011 10:40 am

    what a cute outfit! i checked out their website and i like their women’s collection, too.

  6. May 23, 2011 9:02 pm

    She is so cute!!
    I wonder why little girls like pink and sparkly things?
    My daughter also…(^o^)

  7. May 24, 2011 7:46 am

    I love the captions on the photos Kaho! You’re daughter got her modeling abilities from you! Btw the socks-shoes combo are adorable… splashes of color for the B&W outfit! =P

  8. Becca permalink
    May 24, 2011 10:44 pm

    I feel your pain with those shoes and socks! I’m finding it hard to forgive Target for selling the Disney princess socks in their dollar bins as Emmylou ruins her outfits almost daily with them. Y looks so cute in those photos!

    • May 24, 2011 11:10 pm

      Heheh. I hear you!!!! You have a very good taste in clothing, so I can see how the socks with characters can crash what she would wear! I might sound terrible, but I would not be a happy mom with character socks or T-shirt or even backpack!! I can’t believe Target would do that to moms!! :)

  9. Leah permalink
    October 21, 2012 1:13 am

    Hi Kaho, it’s Leah, previously from Jakarta but now in Okinawa. We met at the American club a couple of times. I searched Comme Ca Ism and your blog came up on the first page…small world! I just spent a small fortune at my local store on their clothes and handbags :)

    • October 22, 2012 12:19 am

      Your message got me so excited!!! I lived in Okinawa from 2006 to 2008 and I LOVED it!!! I am so excited for you!! I used to blog on a page called Okinawa Hai! and wrote articles in the column “To Shop”. I recommend the page for your navigator in Oki!

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