Colorful Vintage Kimono Street Styles w/ Mamechiyo Modern, MIIA, Maison De Fleur & Shimamura
Catching our eye on the Harajuku street with their colorful streetwear ensembles are Haru and Aya, two students.
At the left sporting a yellow felt hat is Haru. The Japanese student stepped out in a resale pink floral print kimono coat, which she styled with a yellow long sleeve polka dot ruffle shirt with and layered with a red polka dot print kimono. She donned a pleated midi skirt with colorful prints, cinched with a black belt with gold buckle, and slipped into black brogue boots from Regal. Haru styled her hair into twin braids with red bows, and accessorized her look with yellow floral statement earrings from H&M, and Tous rings. In addition, she is carrying a printed chain strap sling bag and sporting yellow jeweled nails. Haru’s fashion favorites are Utility and Mamechiyo Modern, and she loves the music of Uverworld. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
Meanwhile, Aya is dressed in a purple kimono coat with pink floral prints and red lining, worn on top of a black lace turtleneck shirt, and a red high low skirt from RPS, which she styled and cinched with a black lace-up corset belt from GU. She donned black fishnet tights, black suede baby doll heeled shoes from Shimamura, a black leather sling bag, and a satin lavender drawstring tote bag with bow from Maison de Fleur. A black leather beret from MIIA, red flower earrings with pearl drops, and black lace fingerless gloves from Mamechiyo Modern completed Aya’s style. MIIA and Maison de Fleur are two of Aya’s favorite fashion brands, and she likes listening to Sexy Zone and Japanese boy band, Kis-My-Ft2. Aya is also active on Twitter and Instagram.
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