Japanese artist Eijiro Miyama on the street in Harajuku today.


I would be ok if Hawkeye’s outfit went this direction in the next Avengers.


Always happy to see Japanese beauty school student Shunbo on the street in Harajuku. Check out this awesome photo Shunbo recently posted on Instagram of his high school days style!

So I did an ouji-sama outfit and I think it came out nicely. The hotel I was at had several nice locations that we’re perfect for these kinds of shots and fortunately my friend innocentromancer was willing to snap a few pictures this past weekend. Tumblr killed the quality of them however. But yeah, I’ll be doing lots more ouji-sama style from now on. 

(Source: ersatz-elegance)


cute small chicks hanging out with gentle big faceless dudes with romantic undertones is a hell of an aesthetic


Jiggys shop, Roshell Kiwami yukata, 5980 yen each

Mid-priced yukata for guys available in many patterns and styles, this light blue (bordering on a denim color) and black (same!) are thin and comfortable, but the pattern gives some visual interest that is uncommon in classic flat-color yukata. 

Guys don’t have a lot of choices in kimono, though yukata is slightly better than kimono. I mean, unless you REALLY like navy blue and brown. In that case you’ll be pretty happy with normal kimono choices.

The obi here are not exactly heko-obi but also look soft and ruffled rather than extremely clean and smooth. This adds to the casual/sexy “IDGAF” style that they started with the hair. 

Click the link to see a LOT of dudes in makeup!

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