Meet Noboru and Tomoya, two guys whose light-colored streetwear styles easily attracted our attention on the Harajuku street one evening.
At the left is Noboru, a 22-year-old chef. His ensemble consists of a khaki trench coat, layered with a black coat liner, and styled with a white t-shirt from Acne Studios. He paired his layered tops with tan ripped pants from Ikumi, stepped into black leather lace-up boots from Dr. Martens, and he is carrying a tan drawstring backpack from YRA Gray, a Korean friend’s brand. He augmented his outfit with vintage accessories such as silver hoop earrings, a silver chain necklace, a chain bracelet with religious icon charms, and multiple knuckle rings. Noboru’s fashion favorites are Ikumi and Faline Tokyo, and he is active on Twitter and Instagram.
Meanwhile, Tomoya is dressed in a houndstooth print coat from Urban Research, worn over a brown t-shirt, which he tucked into light grey linen pants. White socks, black leather tassel loafers from Dr. Martens, and a Burberry plaid crossbody bag completed his outfit. The 22-year-old architect furnished his ensemble with a furry hat, a black leather belt, and a tan fringed scarf by Acne Studios. Tomoya lists Burberry and Acne Studios as his fashion favorites, while his musical pick is South Korean boy band, Shinee. For more on Tomoya, check him out on Twitter and Instagram.
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