Spring Into Summer

It’s been a while since my last style post as I’ve been trying to reorganize my closet and put away all the late winter/early spring clothing I had out. However, since we are still technically in the spring season, yes summer doesn’t officially begin until June 21st, I decided to share with you one of my favourite looks.

A friend of mine posted a picture of some beautiful floral arrangements and I was dying to know where it was located cuz what’s spring without flowers, right? When I received the info, I knew I had to do a capture a moment there. This not so hidden treasure was located in Hoshigaoka, Nagoya, Japan (星ヶ丘, 名古屋, 日本), about 20 minutes from my apartment. But you didn’t need to know that. Ha! So I took up my phone and messaged another friend, who has no life (kidding), that their services would be needed in the early hours of a bright Sunday morning. The usual complaints followed but we agreed on a time and the shoot was set.

I already saw the outfits in my head and actually planned on wearing them to different events, which is why it didn’t take long for me to decide what to wear on this shoot. Per usual, I didn’t spend a lot when shopping for trendy spring fashion and I was quite pleased with my purchases. For the first look, I wanted to be comfortable but stylish at the same time. I wanted the look to scream look at me but not really. Get it? I got the top and bottom from Zara, my shoes from Bershka love me some Bershka), the mini shoulder bag is Cordura Brand Fabric which I got from GU Japan and my glasses are from Forever 21.

For my second look, I wore the same top but this time I went with a plaid shorts from Bershka and my pair of black, high top converse from ABC Mart. I wanted a more preppy street style, at least my interpretation of it and I felt like the patterns and colour combinations worked perfectly.

I loved these two looks and hope to share more with you.

-CHATTERBOX KEIRN

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