Peplum Skirt & Tokyo Bopper vs. Thrasher Bag & Skinny Jeans

We met Natsu and Fumiya in Harajuku, and we were interested in their neutral – yet stylish – looks. You might remember Natsu from when we snapped her at the beginning of the year.

Natsu is 20 and she’s a student. She is wearing a simple V-neck, long sleeve shirt with a pink peplum mini skirt from the Tokyo resale shop Santa Monica. Her white canvas tote bag is from I am I, and her jewelry (a sun pendant and two thin gold rings) from Aquvii. Natsu is also wearing peep toe, ankle strap, studded rocking horse shoes from Tokyo Bopper, with dotted socks. You can find her on Twitter if you like.

Fumiya is 19 and he’s a student as well. He is wearing a gray t-shirt with an acid wash denim jacket, and a plaid shirt layered on top. He paired them with black jeans and simple black sneakers. Fumiya accessorized with a Supreme black cap and an animal print Thrasher shoulder bag. He also had a black leather spike ring, and he told us he can be found on Twitter as @w_0000.

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  1. Sammyswisso

    Cute socks on the girl & nice cheeta bumbag on the guy •*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪ ♥

  2. Dreaded Queen

    Hilarious . Why r Thomas Jefferson and George Washington on that bag?

  3. Simple, but stylish. Her bag is gorgeous.
    Yet I find it quite annoying how people always think about the former presidents of the United States while the printings on the bag are portraits of two of the most famous classic musicans – namely Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven.
    Just look at the iconic hair style on the left and the hair and the scarf on the right portrait – exactly the same as on their most popular portraits.
    (At least I am from Central Europe and (should) know that.)