Posts Tagged ‘jumper’

Harajuku Girl’s Colorful Kawaii Street Style w/ Kinji Resale, 6%DOKIDOKI & Yosuke

Harajuku Girl’s Colorful Kawaii Street Style w/ Kinji Resale, 6%DOKIDOKI & Yosuke

Posted on November 27, 2016 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Harajuku kawaii style girl in a colorblock jumper, pastel creepers and mesh backpack.

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Classic Pleated Jumper, Peter Pan Collar & Nadia Cherubs Button

Classic Pleated Jumper, Peter Pan Collar & Nadia Cherubs Button

Posted on August 7, 2012 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Girl with lavender bob haircut, ankle tattoo and large red cross necklace.

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Gyaru Models w/ Leopard Print, Platforms & Amazing Nail Art

Gyaru Models w/ Leopard Print, Platforms & Amazing Nail Art

Posted on June 4, 2012 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Three Japanese gyaru fashion models with amazing nail art and bold fashion on the street in Harajuku.

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Nick Needles Top with Fins vs. Puma Water Shoes

Nick Needles Top with Fins vs. Puma Water Shoes

Posted on March 9, 2011 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Japanese girl with blond bob and large round glasses with white frames.

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Peace Now with %6DokiDoki

Peace Now with %6DokiDoki

Posted on September 29, 2010 in Tokyo Street Snaps

Friendly girl in Peace Now jumper with %6DokiDoki accessories.

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Cute Fur Hat & Jumper Girl in Harajuku

Cute Fur Hat & Jumper Girl in Harajuku

Posted on November 27, 2009 in Tokyo Street Snaps

A cute Japanese girl wearing a fur hat and a jumper on Cat Street in Harajuku.

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Bow Tie & Overalls Guy in Shibuya

Bow Tie & Overalls Guy in Shibuya

Posted on November 25, 2009 in Tokyo Street Snaps

A cool Japanese guy wearing a black bow tie, photographed near a playground in Shibuya.

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Bright Red Boat Shoes & Flowers

Bright Red Boat Shoes & Flowers

Posted on September 18, 2009 in Tokyo Street Snaps

A Japanese guy wearing a bold blue shirt and bright red shoes – and a girl wearing flower print – in Harajuku.

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