Tokyo Monochrome Vintage Streetwear Styles w/ CSG, Uniqlo, Adidas, Nyulycadelic, Claire’s, GGdesign, Y-3 & Lucky Daikichi

This stylish pair caught our eye on the streets of Harajuku with their striking monochromatic ensembles.

On the right is Cue, who was clad in head-to-toe black. The graphic designer wore a loose black CSG T-shirt with loose black Uniqlo pants. Cue styled them with Adidas black lace-up sneakers, a Dickies black backpack, and a wispy bob with bangs. Around her neck is a black chain necklace with several cross pendants. She also wore several silver rings and a clear bracelet with a large silver O ring buckle. Her accessories are from Nyulycadelic and Claire’s. Cue gets her fashion favorites from L.H.P. and Never Mind the XU. She also enjoys listening to music from 9mm Parabellum Bullet, Ling Tosite Sigure, and Joyryde. For more on Cue, follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

Meanwhile, Shota provided a stark contrast to Cue’s look with his all-white ensemble. The model and musician has been frequently featured on this site for his impressive street style, and this time is no exception. Shota donned a GGdesign sweater with an eye-catching monochromatic graphic print. The 26-year-old styled it with vintage white wide-leg pants, striped socks, and YRU white sneakers. His nails are painted black on the left and dark blue on the right. Shota also wore a white Adidas wristwatch, which featured the brand’s green logo. He finished off his look with Lucky Daikichi accessories, including beaded bracelets and multiple ear piercings such as his favorite dangling earrings with purple fringe trims. Shota’s favorite fashion label is Yohji Yamamoto, while his favorite musical genre is rock. Keep up with Shota’s social media updates by following him on both Instagram and Twitter.

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