Dec 05 2014 19 CommentsLouis Vuitton construction worker outfit Or at least a fake Louis Vuitton construction worker outfit.
Ha-ha! You have succeeded in capturing total tackiness for posterity.
Quite the outfit eh?!
Matt Talbot says
News just in. Bob the Builder resigns in disgust. Farmer Pickles unavailable for comment.
Haha! Bob would cut quite a striking figure in that outfit I reckon. Farmer Pickles, on the other hand, perhaps not quite so much.
I’d love to see this guy actually go to a construction site with this on. He’s get beat up so quickly. Haha. Love it! Now if only those high end brands really did make stuff like that! 🙂
It’d certainly be interesting to see what kind of reaction he got. One or two envious stares perhaps?
What is the guy behind him doing? Taking a picture of you taking a picture of him?
It seemed that way. Not sure why though…
Building with style!
Only in Tokyo, man 🙂
Yes, he’s clearly not letting his standards drop despite having to go to work!
Once An Expat says
Only (sigh) in Japan
Yes, there’s certainly that element about it.
Hans ter Horst says
Haha, he just proved the pointlessness of the LV brand by taken the brand obsession to the extreme.
Those distinctive Louis Vuitton bags don’t seem to be quite as ubiquitous as they once were, so maybe the Japanese love affair with the brand has wained a little bit. Although even if it has, the company is obviously still doing more than just ok.
That’s hilarious. Ginza-dori on a Sunday afternoon, no?
Absolutely spot on. Ginza really isn’t my kind of place, but on a Sunday, when the weather is pleasant, it really is a fun place to spend an hour or so.
Love it! Wonderfully tacky!!
Yes, that’s a very apt description!
If the village people were still around, that’s the kind of costume they’d wear.