Japanese Menswear Street Styles w/ Red Glasses, Hugo Boss, Edifice, Remake Shirt, Shorts Over Pants, Dior Boots & Gucci Sling

While taking a stroll along the streets of the Harajuku neighborhood, we came upon Shingo and Reo, two stylish guys sporting black menswear ensembles that easily caught our eye.

At the left is Shingo, a 22-year-old fashion stylist. Sporting a center-parted bob, Shingo is dressed in a black double-breasted blazer from Hugo Boss, worn over a remake white button down long-sleeved half shirt with distressed hem. His bottoms consists of resale wide leg pleated shorts, worn over black cropped pants with drawstring hems. Black ribbed socks, black leather boots from Dior, and accessories such as red sunglasses, gold geometric earrings, a silver chunky chain necklace, a black belt used as a necktie, a black leather belt, and multiple knuckle rings. Shingo likes all fashion labels, and he listens to jazz music. For more of his street styles, follow Shingo on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Reo is clad in an all black look, which features a black blazer from Edifice, a resale black long sleeve shirt, and black trousers with a skinny fit. He slipped into resale heeled leather boots, and accessorized with red-tinted sunglasses with black frames, silver hoop earrings, a black necktie, a black leather belt, and a gold knuckle ring. In addition, the 20-year-old – who works in apparel PR – is carrying a Gucci logo print crossbody bag. Reo likes listening to American rock band, The Neighborhood. Reo is also active on Instagram.

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