There are many kinds of fashion and they are always changing little by little.
In this article, I want to show you how some Japanese models and movie stars coordinate their fashion and how you can use their techniques to look good.
Take a look!
Showing ankle is a tough thing to pull off, but when done right it impresses making you look taller and your legs longer. Shota Matsuda is wearing slacks that show just a little ankle and he also accents his navy blazer with a white pattern shirt. Another important point to notice are the sandals as they do not match the formal blazer and bottoms, and looks casual. This technique is usually called “Hazushi” in Japan. Hazushi involves using unique combinations of clothes that accent and coordinate in strange ways.
The green cardigan is Yosuke Kubozuka‘s main piece, as seen in the photo below, but it’s contrasted by the black vest and bottoms. It’s like the green signal of a stop light on a dark night. As well, hiking the sleeves up it and unbuttoning can make you look more casual, which is cool. Hazushi in the picture below is also sporting a hat, which expresses a balance between casual, formal, and street fashion.
Knitted cardigans can have really cool patterns, and work well with most undershirts as Osamu Mukai models below. White colored henley neckline T- shirt are also good and simple choice as well as normal crew neck white. The important thing to remember is if you have a pattered cardigan, make sure the shirt beneath is plain, white, or light blue. A necklace can also help accent your cardigan well and help make that undershirt look a little more exciting.
In French fashion, simple is fashionable. However, a turtleneck sweater can also elicit a feeling of “Hazushi”. When combined with a backpack, satchel, or tote bag the formal look of the turtleneck can suddenly look fun. As well, be sure to accent any turtleneck with a contrasting colour much how Eita contrasted it with the red books.
When Jo Odagiri wears complicated pattern, he always makes it look good. His hair style is also a good fit with how he coordinates clothes, but make sure to ask your barber or hairstylist what they think fits your overall look.