Hello, Alysers, this is Otakusanalyze writing for AlysWorlds, and today we bring you the 8 Most Fashionable Anime Characters Ever with a killer fashion sense that we all could learn a thing or two from and how to recreate their anime outfits in real life. So without further ado, let’s jump right into it.
1. Misa Amane (Death Note)
This anime fashionista’s fashion sense fits best under the goth category (although she is also seen wearing other stuff due to her position as an actress and model). Steal her look by pairing feminine lacy dresses or tops with leather jackets and boots. Accessorize with chokers, arm warmers, chains, or belts while sticking to a mostly black with red accents color scheme.
Misa Amane is a famous fashion model who won the “Readers’ Choice” competition in “18” magazine. Grateful to Kira for the execution of her parents’ killer, she is ready to do anything to find him. Emotional and jealous. She had patrons among the Gods of death.
2. Sailor Mars (Sailor Moon)
Rei is definitely one of the most fashionable anime characters in sailor moon and most of her outfits can be considered fashionable even today. Takeonable even today. Take inspiration from her anime outfits and layer dresses and skirts with blazers while sticking to a bold color scheme for a classy, mature look.
Rei has long dark purple hair and purple eyes. She is 160cm (5’3 “tall) tall. Unlike other sailor warriors, her school uniform is stylish enough to reflect the elite status of her private school. The uniform consists of a gray sailor blouse, a short black skirt, white golfs and black shoes. At the Hikawa Shrine, she wears the usual red and white priestess robe.
Her costume is colored red. It consists of a sailor suit, next to which is a purple bow with a red brooch, a short skirt, and red shoes. She also wears a gold tiara with a red stone on her forehead, a red choker around her neck, and star earrings.
3. Howl (Howl’s Moving Castle)
Howl is definitely one of the most fashionable male characters in anime and I love how he manages to pull everything off with an air of elegance few could hope to achieve. To steal his look pair a loose dress shirt (or even better a poet shirt) with a jacket or coat. You can also emulate his vibe by wearing scarves or loose sweaters with your dress shirt.
4. Chuuya Nakahara (Bungou Stray Dogs)
While Chuuya is only seen wearing a total of three outfits in the entire three seasons of the bungou stray dogs anime, you can tell he cares about fashion and how he looks. His layering is top-notch and makes me think people should wear hats just a little bit more. To embody this fashionable anime male, pair formal elements with stuff that isn’t formal, like chokers and chains, or wear formal pants and dress shoes with casual t-shirts and jackets.
Chuuya is short in stature. However, despite his thin build, he is powerful. He has brown eyes and red hair that frames his face and falls like a ponytail over his left shoulder. He wears a black hat with a ribbon tied around it and a short chain at the back (which was not in the anime), in addition to this, he has a black ribbon collar (choker) around his neck. Chuuya usually wears a white shirt hidden under a v-neck vest with a harness on his chest. Over it, he puts on a short jacket and a black coat, with sleeves reaching almost to the knees. Below are black business pants and a pair of black boots. He wears black gloves, which he only removes when activating his true ability.
5. Faye Valentine (Cowboy Bebop)
The goddess of anime fashion, Faye Valentine, is always sleek and stylish. Pair a romper, dress, or two-piece with an off-the-shoulder cardigan or jacket and accessorize with chokers, heeled boots, and sunglasses for an anime outfit inspired by this beautiful brunette.
6. Uta (Tokyo Ghoul)
Not everyone can hope to pull off Uta’s effortlessly cool style but we can try. Emulate everyone’s favorite fashionable anime ghoul guy by pairing a grey/white tank top with black shrugs and pants, accessorizing with chokers, chains, or even fake tattoos. Keep footwear simple with some open-toed sandals or casual loafers.
A hypocrite, and a member of the Clowns gang, who initially sounds like an affable and attentive, however, phlegmatic young man. Informal owns his own studio and is engaged in a professional production of masks. His true nature is cruel, and the suffering of others is a delight to the ears.
7. Violet (Violet Evergarden)
Violet’s anime outfits fit most easily under the classic/military Lolita with their Victorian-style formal blouses and a-line skirts. To get her to look, pair flowy dresses and skirts (preferably the type that can fit petticoats underneath) with plain blouses and cropped jackets, sticking with boots or dress shoes for footwear. If you feel particularly fancy, you can add a bow with a brooch or a cravat. For a more formal anime-inspired look, pair a fancy jumpsuit with a long Kimono or Shrug.
8. Mumei (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress)
I have always been a fan of Mumei’s short kimonos/yukatas and how they look (even though they’re really hard to pull off in real life). Get a similar look by pairing a loose short dress with strappy sandals. To emulate her other anime outfit, pair a high-waisted pleated skirt with a sleeveless blouse and bolero jacket.
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