Monochrome Menswear Street Style w/ Face Mask, Yasuhiro Mihara, Zara Faux Leather Coat, Flared Pants, H&M, Kawi Jamele & G.V.G.V. Boots

Here’s Taso and Zaki, two Harajuku guys whose monochrome ensembles easily caught our eye on the streets of Tokyo one evening.

At the left is Taso, who is in the apparel industry. The 20-year-old stepped out in a black Yasuhiro Mihara knit vest, which features leather shoulder straps and a faux leather front panel. He wore the vest over a white turtleneck sweater, donned black Kawi Jamele pinstripe shorts, and stepped into knee-high lace-up leather boots from G.V.G.V. His accessories – from King Family and 17PWO – include large silver hoop earrings, a silver chain bib necklace, a dark blue scarf fashioned as a belt, leather arm cuffs and multiple knuckle rings. In addition, Taso is carrying a metallic silver sling bag from Kawi Jamele. Taso lists Kawi Jamele as his favorite fashion brand, while Miliyah Kato is his go-to musical pick. For his social media updates, follow Taso on Twitter and Instagram.

Meanwhile, 20-year-old Zaki is dressed in an all black look outfit, which consists of a faux leather Zara button-down maxi coat with a pleated back detail, a black H&M shirt with contrast white stitching, and faux leather flared pants from Zara. Crocodile leather heeled boots from Bershka, and a snakeskin leather mini hangbag from H&M. Resale accessories such as a black mask, silver chain earrings, a silver chain bib necklace, a black leather belt and silver rings rounded out his style.
Alexander McQueen is Zaki’s fashion favorite and he enjoys the music of Dog in the PWO. Zaki is also active on Instagram.

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