Pink Kawaii Street Style in Harajuku w/ Spinns, Listen Flavor, WEGO Bunny Ties, Claire’s & ACDC Rag Creepers
Grabbing our attention on the Harajuku street this morning is Sasami with her twin braids and cute pink fashion statement. The 16-year-old student is wearing a pink collared shirt with white contrast stripes and heart embroidery on the collar, sourced
Harajuku Girl Trio in Casual Street Styles w/ Fendi, Yohji Yamamoto, Open The Door, Balmung, Comme des Garcons, Tokyo Bopper & Tsumori Chisato
One late afternoon while going around the streets of Harajuku, we came across these trio of girls whose casual street styles caught our eye. At the left is Moe, an 18-year-old fashion college student. Moe stepped out wearing a tan
In Harajuku, Luka captured our attention with his statement-making Lolita style with a mix of steampunk elements. Dressed from head to toe in Japanese subculture brand Alice And The Pirates, Luka's outfit features a white long-sleeve ruffle shirt, black corset-style
In Harajuku, we met 19-year-old Haruka Kado, a Bunka Fashion College student as well as one of the publishers and editors for the Japanese street fashion magazine, Fanatic Tokyo. Haruka's colorful ensemble consists of a sweatshirt in colorful rainbow stripes
Maaya is a 21-year-old apparel industry staffer - with pink, orange, and blue hair - who we ran into on the famous Cat Street in Harajuku. Maaya's look includes a baby blue cardigan by the Harajuku brand Nile Perch over
Jyuria and Colomo are two friendly girls whose anime-inspired styles easily caught our eye on the street in Harajuku. Jyuria - on the left with blue hair - is an 18 years old student. Her look features a Love Live!
Kinako and Ririe are two 17-year-old students we recently met in Harajuku, both of them wearing cute summer outfits. Kinako is the one on the right with longer, dark hair. She is wearing a nautical-inspired blouse with a high-waist denim
Here are two fun and friendly Harajuku girls named Marina & Maimai wearing extra-colorful fashion with decora touches. Decora used to be a common site on the streets of Harajuku, but these days we don't see as much of it.
This cute Japanese couple was photographed in Harajuku. Their bottoms are different, but overall they are wearing what is called "Pair Look" in Japan. "Pair Look" means two people wearing intentionally matching outfits. Their pair look consists of matching cardigan