Harajuku Girls Streetwear w/ UNIF, Mabataki, Bubbles, Puma, Pinnap, Kinji & Faith Tokyo

While strolling around the streets of the Harajuku neighborhood one evening, our eye was caught by this trio of girls, each sporting eye-catching street styles.

Clad in an all-black outfit is 18-year-old Misaki, who works in the apparel industry. Her outfit features a Forever21 long-sleeved off-the-shoulder ribbed top with a grommet neckline and black corduroy overalls from Chicago (a Tokyo vintage shop). She finished off her outfit with black platform suede creepers, a black backpack from UNIF, and accessories – some from H&M – such as a ribbed beanie, silver hoop and chain earrings, a rhinestone choker, and some rings. Her favorite fashion brand is Mabataki, and she loves the music of Justin Bieber. Misaki is active on Twitter and Instagram.

At the middle is 18-year-old Gawa, a student sporting short blonde hair with blunt bangs. Gawa’s street style consists of a black Kangol v-neck t-shirt over a white Mabataki long sleeve blouse with ruffle collar and cuffs, both of which she tucked into a leopard print skirt from Chicago and cinched with a black grommet belt from Mabataki. White ribbed socks, platform lace-up booties from Bubbles, and a black crossbody bag with white piping from Puma completed her ensemble. Gawa mentioned that she loves to shop at Mabataki and Funktique, and she likes listening to the music of One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer. Gawa is also active on Instagram and Twitter.

Sporting a blue fringed bob, 17-year-old Kaeru is dressed in a vintage denim jacket with folded cuffs, worn over a white Harley Davidson printed t-shirt from Kinji, which she tucked into a pleated plaid skirt from Faith Tokyo. Black knee-high lace-up sneakers from Pinnap, a blue vintage Eastpak crossbody bag from Faith Tokyo, and a silver pendant necklace – also from Faith Tokyo – topped off her casual street style. Carhartt, Mabataki and Faith Tokyo are some of Kaeru’s fashion favorites, while she enjoys listening to Generations from Exile Tribe. Follow Kaeru on Instagram.

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