Japanese fashion has been taking over the Western scene for years, purveying plenty of streetwear trends and designs. And when we talk of modern Japanese dressing, the elaborate stylings on the streets of Harajuku come to mind with its array of quirky individualism. Today, it’s no longer just about whimsical clothes in Tokyo. The city unquestionably has its own cool notch with smooth troupes that give real European cities a run for their money. Obviously, their style still seems to be valid to Japanese sensibilities with their particular adventurous flair. Fashion girls from each locale are patching up great closet staples to liven up gatherings that will motivate all of us to step up our street style game.
Below are five street fashion trends we love.
1. Oversized Outerwear
The maximalist aesthetic is still dominating the streets of Tokyo. Punch up exaggerated layers of oversized outerwear with a pair of leather boots or fishnets. Besides the casual oversized jacket which might be too warm for sunny days, it's recommended to stick to windbreakers or oversized Hoodies to stand out of the crowd this summer.
2. Pops Of Color
A moderate style has ended up being a look that is both chic and relaxed; however, blending in sprinkles of intense hues (regardless of whether it's a vivid pink or a couple of red heels) will add more spirit to your troupe.
3. Playing With Proportions
This trend focuses more on silhouettes as opposed to the size of the garments/clothes. Opt to experiment with asymmetry with unexpected textures and cohesive hues to create a look that’s easy on the eyes, but still absolutely edgy.
4. Textured Jumpsuits
Head-to-toe denim can either be a statement look or a fashion faux pas (remember Britney and Justin’s red carpet look in the ’00s?). Instead, a proper denim jumpsuit can effortlessly be re-created with a pair of wide-leg dungarees and a matching jean jacket. Style the textured look with black platform leather brogues and a dark-colored mini satchel for a laid-back look.
Embrace a progressively trial side to styling through reclassifying cuts and outlines. An altogether cleaned look isn't generally the most ideal approach; gazing a little roughed upward and undone adds a grungy panache to any look.