About this sight
Stick Out is is a fashion favorite as you know exactly what to expect before you go there. Everything is 700 yen (~$7)! They carry a wide variety of clothes of all different styles. The selection is so huge that it could take a whole afternoon just to find something, but the gratification of finding that one piece you love makes the search worthwhile. Check out their selection beforehand on their insta! (@stickout700store)
Photos taken from their website and Instagram Page
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