Similar to Rockabilly, Visual kei is a fashion style based on a musical subculture. The roots of the style came from Japanese Rock (J Rock) bands that emerged in the ‘80s. Looks can range from glam rock to punk/goth hybrids, so expect a lot of Mötley Crüe type styles. This includes wild haircuts and androgynous looks involving tons of makeup. Accessories include arm warmers, goggles, and studded bracelets just to name a few. They favor brands like h.Naoto and Sex Pot Revenge, but if you’re creative enough you can make your own DIY-outfits. You can find this style set around the Harajuko district of Japan.