Friday, 8 August 2014


Hisashiburi desu. It’s been a while hasn’t it. We’re sorry we’ve not been 
out to play for a while, but we’re back and believe me when we say 
we so want to play. 
We have new stories with lots of pretty pictures and some very interesting 
ones too. Lots and lots of excitement all from the land of excitement. Japan. 
All the pretty colours, beautiful people, amazing styles and amazing clothes 
to share with you all. From Japan to the rest of the world.

We have for you now two real Japanese Street Style stars, Mizuho (right) 
and (left) Yurika both spotted in Shibuya, Tokyo in mid July 2014. 
These two are usually inseperable. Big fans of the Disney store Shibuya 
and Nadia in Harajuku. Matching sandals and hair accessories is the 
norm from these two sisters.

A teenage girl poses for a picture in Shibuya. She wears a vintage tropical
 print skirt with Minnetonka moccasins, a tied scarf as headdress, clutch bag 
and statement jewellery, all styled with a tropical island paradise theme.
Does anyone else out there think this looke very much like someting 
Dolce & Gabbana recently did? 
Possibly their Spring Summer 2013 Sicilian Puppet Army print collection.

This young funster outside the Chicargo vintage fashion shop in Harajuku 
jokes about swinging her baggy trousers.

This is Bourgeois Tokyo Editor Yusuke D Maria (left) with the lovely 
Hiromi Tsuruta (right) from the Harajuku super fashion Mecca  
Nadia Flores en el Corazon.

This is Daisuke spotted in Harajuku. He wears an entire look by KTZ.
The seriously cool UK based brand that has a great love and understanding
 of street style and street wear. Daisuke is an ardent fan with some 20 or 
so pieces within his collection. We spotted him wearing Kokon To Zai 
on every occation so we'll be seeing more from this cool young man later 
on with his various looks.  

Lots more street style action to follow.  JSTREETSTYLE

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