Harajuku Girls Styles w/ Hair Bow, Lace Headdress, Twin Tails, Axes, Sylvester Sweater, Handmade Fashion, Baby The Stars Shine Bright, Angelic Pretty & Yumetenbo
While walking along the streets of Tokyo, we came across this trio of 17-year-old Harajuku girls all wearing chic, eye-catching streetwear styles. They are Sasa, Sawa and Kaoru. At the left is Sasa sporting purple hair and a monochrome ensemble.
Red & Black Streetwear Styles in Shinjuku w/ Vampire Fangs, Ank Rogue Ribbon, Jouetie Velvet Dress, Bodyline, Mercari, Vivienne Westwood, Claire’s & Yosuke
Easily catching our eye with their red and black outfits outside Bunka Fashion College in Shinjuku are Sasa and Kaoru, both 17-year-old students. With a braided ponytail at the left is Sasa, who is dressed in a dark red velvet
We met 18-year-old students Rionnu and Oiwa near the entrance of Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo. They stood out with their colored hair, bold hues, and mixed prints. On the left is Rionnu in a vintage red-and-black printed kimono overcoat.
We met these two students in Harajuku. This is what we found out: Pictured to the right is Yurika, who is 18. She has strawberry blond hair and is wearing a cap. Her floral dress and tote bag are from
We met these two 19-year-old beauty school students in Harajuku. Natsuko is the one pictured to the left, with long hair. She is wearing a cheongsam with a black jacket over the shoulders, and several ear piercings. Her rocking horse
We met Haruka and Shunki in Harajuku. They are both beauty school students and they're 19 years old. Haruka is wearing a camel coat from Retro Girl over a plaid shirt. Her backpack is Manhattan Portage, and her splatter print
Chiaki and Chun are two friends who were shopping in Harajuku when we stopped them for a few snaps. They both looked cute and feminine in their miniskirts and lace-up shoes. To the left we have Chun, a 22 year
This is Maririn, a friendly 16-year-old Japanese student who we met in Harajuku. The purples and pastels of her look are a color palette we commonly see worn by Harajuku's fairy kei girls. Maririn outfit features a layered school uniform-inspired