Mori Kei is a fashion style from Japan. Mori means forest and I don’t know what Kei means, but it’s a word that follows most Japanese fashion style names, so I don’t think it’s as relevant. Anyway, mori kei is a style of dress that’s loose and natural looking to make it look like the person wearing it is a forest fairy or nymph. Check out the mori kei/mori girl tags for examples and the Hama kei/girl and Yama kei/girl tags for related fashions. Thanks for asking, and if you have any more questions, feel free to ask! I’d love to talk to you more off anon if you’re comfortable. C:
Kei (系) is a suffix that refers to a specific group, which is why you hear it in so many Japanese fashion subcultures, so you basically have “cult party style,” “fairy style,” “mori (forest) style,” etc. Hope it makes a little more sense now.
In top form after the release of LEVEL3, their first album in roughly two years, “Sweet Refrain” is Perfume’s first single of their new era. It’s the theme song to lead actress and huge Perfume fan Nagasawa Masami-san’s drama Toshi Densetsu no Onna!