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A Japanese student is being hailed as a style icon for wearing an old Ireland jersey out and about

Influencers, take note.

FIRST IT WAS GAA jerseys, now Umbro’s offerings have become the height of style.

Ryoki, a 17-year-old Japanese student was recently stopped by TokyoFashion.com to have some snaps taken of him – a regular occurrence for the stylish guy.

HOWEVER – this time was different. This time, Ryoki was wearing a very significant and recognisable jersey.

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Peep that 2002 Ireland jersey! Robbie Keane is SHAKING.

Describing his outfit, TokyoFashion said:

Sporting a blunt bob, Ryoki is dressed in a green Umbro soccer jersey, which he tucked into grey Balenciaga cropped pants and cinched with a Comme des Garcons leather belt.
White socks and a pair of black leather loafers from Ralph Lauren rounded out Ryoki’s casual style.”

NK-2018-07-15-015-001-Harajuku-D58-0584-600x900 Source: TokyoFashion.com

Source: TokyoFashion.com

As for Ryoki himself?

Legendary Japanese streetwear brand, Comme des Garcons, is Ryoki’s fashion favorite, and he likes listening to musicals.”

Wonder how he felt about the Cher/Mamma Mia news.

The tweet of Ryoki’s outfit is blowing up, and Irish people want answers.

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Teach us your ways, Ryoki!

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