Japanese Trio’s Streetwear Styles w/ Toy Charm Necklace, Remake Shorts, Dairiku Striped Shirt, Tokyo Bopper Sneakers, Regal Brogues, Dammy Skirt & Yukiko Kimijima Bag
Meet Syozo, Ayano, and Rino – three teens who caught our eye on the streets of Harajuku with their individual stylish outfits. Let’s take a closer look at their street styles:
At the left is 18-year-old blonde-haired Syozo, whose vintage and remake outfit consists of a white floral print blouse with contrast black neckline, which he wore over a light yellow long sleeve collar shirt. The 18-year-old half-tucked his layered tops into black remake shorts with a gold side stripe and a yellow bear embellishment. He finished his creative outfit with black leather brogues from Regal, yellow stud earrings, and a remake yellow chain necklace embellished with yellow toy charms. Syozo is active on Twitter and Instagram.
Sporting a blue dip dyed hair underneath a grey wool beret is Rino, a 19-year-old fashion college student. Rino is dressed in a long striped button down shirt from Dairiku, which she paired with frayed denim shorts from Moussy. White socks, white-and-grey suede platform sneakers from Tokyo Bopper, and a white crossbody bag with cutout details – also from Tokyo Bopper – completed her outfit. She accessorized her casual style with pearl earrings, layered silver religious icons necklaces, silver wallet chains, multiple rings, and a faux fur arm warmers from M.Y.O.B NYC. Rino’s fashion favorites are M.Y.O.B NYC and Tokyo Bopper, while her musical picks include Sheena Ringo, Suchmos, and Brats. Rino is also active on Twitter and Instagram.
Meanwhile, Ayano – an 18-year-old fashion college student – is wearing a black resale Kinji long sleeve tunic top with ruffled hems, cuffs and neckline, which she styled with a black ruffle skirt with asymmetric hem from Dammy, and layered over a red printed maxi skirt. Black socks, black platform lace-up shoes from Demonia, a black floral woven tote bag, and a black leather shoulder bag with floral print pocket bought resale from Yukiko Kimijima completed her outfit. She topped off her look with a black fuzzy beret over her black-and-pink two-tone hair, pearl earrings with back fringes, a red ruffle belt from G2?, and a vintage ring. Some of her accessories are sourced from (ME) Harajuku. Vivienne Westwood, Kinji and G2? are some of Ayano’s favorite brands in fashion, and she likes the music of Kenshi Yonezu. Follow Ayano on Instagram.
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