I die... Bananas


wearing: vintage denim jacket | EBAY dress | DEANDRI shoes | COTTON ON sunglasses

Completely forgot that I had these photos. Back then, I was embracing the warmer days through wearing playful prints full of bananas. I wanted to contrast the bodycon dress with an oversized denim jacket for a more casual look and wore platforms... well because my lack of height needs them. 

A short post, but next one is coming right up!
Hope you guys enjoyed your weekend! Tomorrow is Monday (*sigh).

xoxo, ET



wearing: top, hat and shoes from Japan | mum's pants | DAY AND NIGHT rings and double stud bangle | PEACHBOX roman bangle

Why is it that when you can't do or have a certain thing, it becomes more enticing? I find myself wanting to layer up in the summer and vice versa, having the urge to wear bright and light clothing when reaching the colder months. Perhaps I am still used to the Japanese season  or maybe I just want to wear the recently bought items. Not sure, just wear whatever.

Over in Japan, Jessica and I mainly likes and buys the same things, whether it is clothes, shoes or even those kawaii souvenir pouches. One time we were at Forever21 and we both picked the exact top and bottom that goes together, meaning exact outfit replica. The same scenario goes for this top. I instantly fell in love with the gorgeous feminine pattern and thought that it would go well with something white o that the vibrant colour pops even more. To continue with the warm tones, i decided to wear gold rings from Day & Night as well as bangles from The Peach Box. 



wearing: THE EDITOR'S MARKET top | TOPSHOP skirt | JEFFREY CAMPBELL Everly boots | TIFFANY & CO necklace | trench, hat and backpack from Japan 

By the time Jess and I reached Sushi Land, most of the cherry blossom has fallen, instead being on the trees. It was quite hard for us to find a street filled with blossomed trees like what people posted on Instagram earlier in the month. However luckily there are other types of cherry blossom that seem to bloom slightly later than the usual ones.
On the way back from the Bamboo Grove to the station, I spotted these two trees right by the station. Although the weather was quite horrid, we quickly put down our umbrellas and grabbed our camera instead. We ignored the spits of rain, cold temperature and people passing by. Some stayed to take photos as well so we had to work around them, or just wait until they disappear. However, both Jess and I were satisfied with the bokeh result.

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