3/25/2015

SPRING WEATHER

There's no more exciting moments than early spring in Japan: the season for cherry blossoms. They've just begun one by one and I do recommend you to choose this season if you are interested in traveling in Japan. It's breathtaking and I'm sure they will fascinate you away making you feel like walking in the wonderland!!







dress: Marni(here)
bag: Zayan
earring: Unoaerre
bangle: Forever 21
shoes: MICHAEL Michael Kors(similar here)


3/22/2015

A HAT LOVER

A little hat action for today's post! Hat is a forever staple in my closet.
A simple, well-made hat can make any outfit perfect. Now I'm so into this
all-white hat for prefetching crisp spring air.

Wish you a lovely weekend!








hat: Maison Michel(color option here/here)
top: Dressterior(JP brand/similar here)
skirt: Front Row Shop(old)
necklace: zara(here)
bangle: Malene Birger
bracelet&ring: vintage
bag: DVF(similar here)
shoes: Christian Louboutin(similar here)


3/19/2015

BEST STRUCTURED DRESS

When I came across this unique dress, it reminded me of Kuntzel + Deygas's paintings.
 An unique, abstract pattern gives a striking finish to simple silhouette.
Especially love the details of a see-thorough panel around the shoulder,
beautiful structure reflects on unexpected details.









dress: Cedric Charlier(here/also love this!)
stocking: Sorry! I don't remember...
bag: Pierre Hardy(similar here)
ring&bracelet: Buccellati
shoes: zara(here)



3/16/2015

BRICK COLOR COAT

I found that I've been utterly affected by my nails with Japanese paintings
as you saw in the previous posts of Wabi+Sabi series.

Now, back to the fashion post.
Today, in a warmer weather I pulled this brick colored coat from my wardrobe
first time this winter. I loooove the tone of red as well as the hems in a rough-hewn state.








coat: Lanvin (similar here)
dress: Ohne Titel(similar here)
hat: Helen Kaminski(similar here)
gloves: bought in Italy(similar here)
shoes: zara(old)


3/14/2015

3/12/2015

WABI+SABI PARTⅡ

So this is the sequel post about Wabi+Sabi tradition.
I had my nails manicured ''ume'' blossoms. I adore the blurred parts of them
by stroking with a split brush roughly. So cool, isn't it??




3/10/2015

WABI+SABI




    my favorite pottery by Kumiko Tokuyama

Wabi-sabi is aesthetic centered view common in Japanese tradition that describes beauty as imperfect, impermanent, incomprehensible, and incomplete.
Materials, textures, or even space are sacred art within themselves.
The rustic earthiness is elegant enough even if it's not significant in eyes.

So in other words, Wabi-Sabi is the heart itself that can see a shadowy world of solitude with depth, and also the attitude to catch subtlest moods thorough nature whispers.