Japanese Remake Fashion in Harajuku w/ Skirt Made of Two Dress Shirts
We spotted 19-year-old Japanese fashion student Lisa, whose head-turning street style made quite an impression in Harajuku.
She stepped out in a black bomber jacket from Shimamura with a black ribbed tank top over a striped button-up shirt. Lisa took two different shirts from her father – one of which was a white button-down and the other a blue flannel top – and fashioned them into a remake skirt. She also wore socks with brown suede pointy-toe shoes from Oriental Traffic. Her accessories include a wide black belt worn as a necklace, a mustard-colored purse from her mother, and a large blue hair clip. Blue eye makeup and a black bob with bangs finished off her look.
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