Harajuku Girls Streetwear Styles w/ Sukajan, Romantic Standard, Vivienne Westwood, Gucci, Faith Tokyo & Bubbles
While taking a stroll along the streets of Harajuku one evening, we came upon Chinatsu and Shiiio, two 18-year-old students whose chic black streetwear styles caught our attention.
At the left is Chinatsu, who is dressed in a black velvet sukajan jacket from her father, which features contrast striped collar and sleeve cuffs, and eagle and dragon embroidery along the front, sleeves and back. She paired her jacket with a pink resale turtleneck top, black velvet flared pants from Romantic Standard, and a pair of resale black patent leather shoes. Clear drop earrings, and a Gucci logo print crossbody bag rounded out her chic style. Follow Chinatsu on Instagram and Twitter.
Meanwhile, Shiiio stepped out in a black resale patterned kimono, which she wore over a black Vivienne Westwood long-sleeved button down shirt and paired with a pleated plaid skirt with a long asymmetrical panel, sourced from Faith Tokyo. She donned black knee lace socks, black platform heeled buckle boots from Bubbles, and accessorized her look with a black beaded rosary necklace and a silver belt, both of which are from Faith Tokyo. In addition, Shiiio is carrying a glitter satchel handbag with a gold chain strap from Gabs. Shiiio’s favorite fashion label is Tricot Comme des Garcons, and she loves the music of EXO, Hotshot and Kim Dong Han. For more of Shiiio, follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
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