Listen: If it was even remotely socially acceptable, there is a good chance that I would wear a full on Kamen Rider suit, complete with helmet andhenshinbelt, every time I left the house. I mean, the only thing keeping me from accessorizing with one of those sweet scarves is that I have no idea where to find one, or even what to ask for. Can you just roll up into JC Penney and ask for "a Kamen Rider scarf?"

What I'm getting at here is that tokusatsu costumes are not exactly acceptable street clothes, but fortunately, Kekai Kotaki, perhaps best known as the lead concept artist for Guild Wars 2, has found a happy medium. He's drawn up some redesigns for everyone's favorite Kamen Riders and Super Sentai that add a fashionable flair to their uniforms. Check 'em out below!

First up, the heroes of the original super sentai, Himitsu Sentai Gorenger:

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

And now the Kamen Riders:

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

And hey, why not have a few Kikaiders, too?

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

Tokusatsu redesigns by Kekai Kotaki, http://kekai-k.tumblr.com

 

For more, check out Kotaki's website!