My Authentic Liz Lisa Clothes & Labels

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Hey guys! This post is going to be showing the authentic Liz Lisa clothing items I have, with the labels/washing tags so you guy scan see what the authentic tags are like. Lately a lot of sites have been opening up selling fake Liz Lisa items, claiming that they get it from the original factory themselves, hence why they can sell a bit cheaper than the retail price. Don't believe any of them, they are all selling fakes. I'm not going to name and shame any websites, but if you guys are thinking of buying from a website and aren't sure if they are selling authentic Liz Lisa or not, feel free to comment on this post and I will reply back asap (usually within 24 hours). The ONLY way to buy authentic Liz Lisa online is through their official website (using Tenso) or Rakuten. All of my Liz Lisa items were bought in the actual Liz Lisa stores themselves in Japan (a few in Hong Kong) so these are 100% authentic. I will do another post like this with my fake Liz Lisa items.

The items are not posted in any particular order

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Dress

Label || Washing Label

I bought this dress when I was in Japan in Osaka, it was on sale so it was 2 pieces for 8000yen (2 pieces for around $100AUD). It's really warm and perfect for winter.

Liz Lisa Spring 2011 Collection Dress

Label || Washing Label

I bought this dress last year when I was in Japan in Tokyo. It was part of the Spring 2011 collection so it was full priced. Really love this dress as I can wear this during the day or even at night.

Liz Lisa Spring 2011 Denim Jacket

Label || Washing Label

I bought this jacket since they were having a sale last year in Japan in Tokyo. I can't remember exactly what the sale was, but you get the jacket and the dress in the above photo for a cheaper price. Really love this jacket, it's casual but also is a great accessory.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Dress

Label || Hanger Ribbon || Washing Label

I bought this dress from someone in Tokyo after I came back from Japan last year. I am 99% sure that this dress is real, however the labels are a bit.. different. It says "size F" which I'm not sure why.. The dress was posted from Tokyo and is good quality so I do think it is real, however I'm not 100% sure.


Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Skirt

Label || Washing Label

I got this skirt on sale at the beginning of 2012 in Osaka. I believe it was two skirts for 5000yen (Approximately 2 skirts/shorts for around $75). This skirt is really short, however it has pants inside it so it's not so bad. It goes well with a lot of Liz Lisa tops.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Camisole

Label || Pom Poms || Washing Label

I got this camisole on sale in Japan at the start of 2012 in Osaka. It was down to 2000yen for this (around $28). It's really cute, comes with pompoms at the back (though I never really wear them, they kind of annoy me).

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Sweater


Label || Washing Label

I got this sweater on sale in Japan in 2012 in Tokyo. It was 5000yen for 2 pieces of clothing (Approximately $75 for 2 pieces of clothes). I put a photo of the back of the photo to demonstrate when I would actually wear the pompoms. It's a really cute sweater, a bit baggy but I think it's meant to look like that.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Sweater

Label || Washing Label

This sweater is also from the 2 for 5000yen deal.

Liz Lisa Spring 2011 Collection Skirt

Label || Washing Label

This skirt has to be one of my favourite Liz Lisa pieces of all time. I got this skirt from the Liz Lisa Spring 2011 collection when I was in Japan last year. It was still full priced by I do not regret buying it.


Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection High Waisted Shorts

Label || Washing Label

Got these shorts this year in Japan, also part of the 2 for 5000yen deal. Absolutely love love love these shorts, they go well with everything!

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection High Waisted Shorts

Label || Washing Label

Since I loved the shorts so much, I decided to get them in both colours, Pink and Beige.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Skirt

Label || Washing Label

This skirt is part of the 2 for 5000yen as well. I love this skirt, great for summer or spring!

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Dress

Label || Washing Label

I got this dress as part of the 2 for 8000yen deal. It's super cute, goes well with another Liz Lisa blouse.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Blouse

Label || Washing Label

This blouse is part of the 2 for 5000yen deal. Luckily I waited because they were on sale for 4000yen, a week later then went down to 2500yen.

Liz Lisa Spring 2011 Collection Dress

Label || Washing Label

This dress is the dress that made me fall in love with Liz Lisa when I first saw it. I got this last year in Japan from the spring 2011 collection, so I got it at full price. This dress has been the most replicated dress I think, and a lot of it look authentic too, so beware.

Liz Lisa Fukubukuro 2012 Dress

Label || Washing Label

This dress came from the Liz Lisa 2012 Fukubukuro bag that I bought in Hong Kong. I think it was around $50-$60 for a bag with 3 pieces of clothing inside. The dress is my favourite piece, really cute!

Liz Lisa Fukubukuro 2012 Cardigan

Label || Tag || Washing Label

I also got this piece in the 2012 Fukubukuro bag. It's quite average to me, nothing special about it. I included the tag on it because I haven't used it yet. Usually sales assistants rip off the bottom half of the tag when they sell the item, however they didn't in that case because it was just inside the bag.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Top

Tag || Button || Hanger Ribbon || Washing Label

Another piece that's my favourite. It's part of the 2 for 5000yen deal too. I forgot to take a photo of the label for this piece though :/

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Camisole

Label || Tag || Pom Poms || Washing Label

Exactly the same as my white camisole but in brown with the pompoms. If you are buying a Liz Lisa camisole it usually always has something hanging on the back if it's authentic (usually pompoms or flowers). Though there are some camisoles that don't have anything (refer below).

Liz Lisa Winter 2010 Collection Skirt

Label || Washing Label

Got this skirt in Japan when it was on sale last year. It's really cute and also has shorts inside of it.

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Bow Sweater

Label || Washing Label

This is also part of the 2 for 5000yen sale. Really cute bow sweater!

Liz Lisa Winter 2011 Collection Sweater

Label || Washing Label

This sweater is SO warm! It's a bit heavy and baggy, but I love it. Perfect for winter.

Liz Lisa Fukubukuro 2012 Camisole

Label || Tag || Washing Label

This camisole came with the Liz Lisa Fukubukuro that I got in Hong Kong. This camisole doesn't have any pompoms at the back.

Ok so that's it for my photos of my Liz Lisa clothes. Here are some extra photos of tags for you guys:

Authentic Liz Lisa tags Front
Authentic Liz Lisa tags Back
Authentic Liz Lisa tags Back close
Authentic Liz Lisa Fukubukuro tag Front
Authentic Liz Lisa Fukubukuro tag Back

Liz Lisa Twinkle is a brand under Liz Lisa for accessories which includes hair accessories, shoes etc. I bought some hair accessories in Japan and shoes in Hong Kong, so here are the tags:
Authentic Liz Lisa Twinkle Tag Front
Authentic Liz Lisa Twinkle Tag Back

Some fake Liz Lisa tags of some shoes I bought while I was in Japan
Fake Liz Lisa Tag Front
Fake Liz Lisa Tag Back

Also, almost all authentic Liz Lisa items provide you with spare buttons
Buttons

That's it for now for this post. To see more fake Liz Lisa labels check out this blog post right here

For business inqiries, please contact me at kimdao90@gmail.com

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Raquel Mendes
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June 28, 2012 at 1:55 AM delete

Perfection :)

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Diana Ramos
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June 28, 2012 at 3:06 AM delete

Se cute!! 
I really loved the clothes *O* The japanese style is so awesomeee! 

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Miho-chan
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June 28, 2012 at 5:15 AM delete

ohhh, so adorable! You look so kawaii in these outfits!
Thank you for sharing ^^

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Linda
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June 28, 2012 at 10:28 AM delete

So cute! I can see why so many girls are in love with Liz Lisa. The clothes look very unique and different from the typical fashion trends found in F21 and H&M. I guess the only downsize is the price, but the quality, as your described sounds amazing. :)

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Adela Lee
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June 29, 2012 at 11:28 AM delete

Oh! I love your clothing^^!
Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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Adela
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June 30, 2012 at 12:04 AM delete

I sent you a mail of Liz lisa dress picture that I got it from second hand shop in Japan.
Would you please tell me what you think?
Thank you^^!

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June 30, 2012 at 11:01 AM delete

Let me just say...so many pics, so many clothes, I'm so jealous.  You look great though; it feels just like I'm looking at the Liz Lisa site.  I wish I could get all this Liz Lisa.  Thanks for the compilation list as well, with all the tags.  I noticed on the website they usually include measurements for the clothes (different depending on the item), yet on the washtag, they all have the same measurements?  I don't understand that.  My favorite pics are: 7, 8, 9, and 17-22, if I counted correctly lol.  My favorite items are the winter collection camisole, the winter collection top (i have the similar looking model, but plaid printed), fukubukuro dress, the blue winter collection skirt.  The first dress just looks wonderful on you.  Oh, and the shoes are darling; I'd ask where they came from if I thought the place stocked my size, XD.

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Kim Dao
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July 3, 2012 at 8:42 PM delete

Ahh, I don't really understand either to be honest about the washtags :( I got the shoes from Sunshine City in Ikebukuro. They're Liz Lisa but I'm pretty sure they're fake ones :/

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Kim Dao
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July 3, 2012 at 8:43 PM delete

Yeah :( On sale they're not as bad though. I dont have a F21 or H&M where I live so I usually never buy clothes and only do when I go overseas ><

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kawaii2junsu
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July 8, 2012 at 8:10 PM delete

Ahhh u look super cute in every outfit!! I wish I could look like you! ^o^ just wondering...when is the sale season in Japan?? where can I buy Liz Lisa in Japan? Ahhh u look soo pretty!

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kimdao90
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July 8, 2012 at 9:43 PM delete

I think there might be sales at the end of every season, however past 2 times I've been to Japan, I've gone during winter, sales are always around (around late Jan/early Feb). You can buy Liz Lisa in the Liz Lisa stores in Japan, there are many around. (Shibuya109, Harajuku Takeshita street, Ikebukuro PARCO store etc). You can check the official Liz Lisa site for the list of stores ^^

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Mellie
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July 13, 2012 at 9:05 PM delete

that dress that ur unsure of, i have "liz lisa" dresses with that same wash tag, im also unsure if its liz lisa, but the quality seems good.

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keiko
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July 19, 2012 at 10:41 AM delete

About the Winter 2011 dress, Japanese brands sometimes have "Free" sizes, which is what the F stands for. It's basically just a "one size fits most" label :)

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Do Chan
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August 19, 2012 at 12:33 PM delete

Hi kim i just wanna ask do u know around what kind of time in japan will liz lisa go on sale?? ..donno when to plan a trip to japan and i absolutely love liz lisa ><

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Kim Dao
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August 19, 2012 at 1:52 PM delete

Usually they have sales at the end of each season, but there are usually sales everytime. During end of January there are lots of sales, and when i went end of July there are also lots of sales

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saw09
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July 11, 2013 at 11:22 PM delete

Hello,
May I know u hv bought those liz lisa at HK? I m gking there in 2 weeks time and would love to buy liz lisa.

Thanks.

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Karina
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June 14, 2014 at 6:22 AM delete

Hey Kim,

I'd like to buy some Liz Lisa from Global Rakuten, and I'm just checking whether their store "Stylife" is genuine. I'm too nervous to use Tenso, so I thought this would be an easier option. But I also don't want to be ripped off!!

Thanks!


Karina

link: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/stylife/

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