Mismatched

Friday, April 11, 2014

coat borrowed from my aunt
gloves borrowed from my aunt
ribbon Daiso (100 yen shop)
skirt & tights Romwe • striped top bought in Bangkok • polka dot top (inner) SM Surplus • boots Forever 21
earrings Vivilli
Our eight day in Japan was by far the second to the coldest temperature I've experienced during the trip. The first one was when we went to Gotemba (3 degrees). Bold, little ol' me, decided to wear clothes with thin fabrics. As soon as I walked out of the house, I felt the freezing cold wind creeping up my legs. Smart move, Arra. But I didn't bother. Might as well enjoy the natural cool breeze I am missing now that I am back here in the Philippines.
I also realized that the more we stay there, the more I was starting to adapt the quirky fashion sense they have in Japan. I was starting to embrace mismatched clothes, and overly mixing prints and colors. It was liberating knowing that you can wear anything you want without being judged or being stared at by people. They don't seem to care on how I look and I definitely enjoyed it. :)

Have a great day everyone!

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