Japanese Street Fashion w/ Tie Dye Shirt, Mouse Slit Patchwork Jeans, Precious Junk Sling, Paul Smith Striped Sweatshirt, Wide Leg Jeans, Eytys & Nike Platform Sneakers
Easily catching our attention on the streets of Harajuku are Kaito and Shotaro, two 19-year-old students.
At the left is Kaito sporting a striking blue bob. Kaito is dressed in a resale blue tie-dyed t-shirt with a colorful gecko print. He tucked his shirt into resale Mouse patchwork jeans, which features thigh-high side slits and zippered hems. White Nike “Thick Bottom Processing” platform sneakers, a Precious Junk canvas clown print sling bag, and resale accessories such as red-tinted sunglasses and a Yin-Yang pendant necklace rounded out his look. Balmung, Precious Junk and Custom Fever are some of Kaito’s fashion favorites, and he enjoys the music of Sekai No Owari. Follow Kaito on Instagram.
Meanwhile, Shotaro stepped out in a monochrome outfit, which consists of a black-and-white striped sweatshirt from Paul Smith, dark denim wide leg pants with contrast white stitching and orange trimmed side pockets, and beige suede lace-up shoes from Eytys. Shotaro completed his ensemble with ear studs, a black leather double grommet belt, and a denim drawstring backpack. Shotaro loves to shop at Mecha, and he likes the music of Unison Square Garden. Shotaro is also active on Instagram.
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