April 30, 2014

WORK IT WEDNESDAY: Japan Looks

Assalamualaikum my lovelies!

I'm back from Japan, Alhamdulillah.. The whole experience I had and enjoyed in Japan was truly rewarding and I look forward to sharing with you all my travel pics and stories. But first, lemme take you on a journey of compilations of some of my looks when I was in Japan. 

Do note though, you might see repetitions of items as you know, traveling is totally ain't cool when you bring your entire closet with you. Even though I tried to bring as much as I can, I found myself taking out some of my clothes in the very last days closer to departure. This is because I had to fit in food in my luggage! Imagine all those instant Brahims, rice, bread and serunding that I had to bring with me. 

Oh, the sacrifice a girl has to make! :p


Outfit:
Parka: Forever21
Orianna Blouse: Poplook
Scarf: Forever21
Trousers: Cotton On
Bag: Zara
Flats: Rubi


 
Outfit:
Scarf: from Palestine
Flannel shirt: Milktee
The rest: repeated



Outfit:
Scarf: Everdainty
Tassel scarf: Night Market
Ariel Fishtail top: Arnadia by Gaya Collective
Pants: H&M
Bag: Kate Spade
Flats: Rubi


 
Outfit:
Sweater: H&M Concious Collection
Pink shawl: Forever21 Japan
Bubble skirt: Vintage
Leggings: Cotton On
Flats: Forever21
Bag: Zara
Sunnies: Karen Walker

Meanwhile, read up on my Life Lessons in Japan piece up on Aquila Style!


P/s: I will get back to your emails asap my dearies! As you might've noticed, I was on a holiday the past few weeks, therefore I vowed to not look at all my email accounts while I was away. Now that I am back, let me get on it straight away ya! :)
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Sizzling Suzai said...

ohh ohh dear LOVE all the looks yup especially the last one. that layering is just too awesome! ur die hard fan is here HHAHAHAHA very nice babe :)

nurin khairi said...

Curious. How do u cook your rice in japan? Heard that the voltage is not the same as ours, thus most ppl will buy rice from convenience store like 7e or lawson n cook in microwave oven there

Jo Jie said...

Japan is awesome...just buy the rice at convenient store.its good you know..used airbnb..