Japan Trip: What to Wear (Spring Edition)

Hello gorgeous people! Packing for a Japan trip for the first time can be tricky. Do I take warms clothes, or cool ones? When travelling in spring, that usually means both. And of course, there are social customs to also take into consideration. Here are some of my tips on what to wear there through sun, rain and cold- I experienced all three on my recent vacation in springtime Japan!

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New York I Love You

Remember that jewelry store where Audrey Hepburn had breakfast? We strutted in there wearing sunglasses and clutching croissants. Nobody else has ever thought of doing this.

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Exotic Fare at the Buckhorn Exchange

When you get tired of chicken or fish, why not try some rattlesnakes? Or maybe you’d prefer some yak? Mmmm.

Look at the herb butter melting down the side of that yak tenderloin. Glorious.

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Fairytale Wedding by the Chao Phraya

A year ago my childhood bestie informed me she was to be wed in Thailand. In a show of support, I squawked and hyperventilated. I then proceeded to squeal for a whole twelve months in anticipatory joy.When our plane landed in Thailand, I squeaked excitedly at the immigration officer. He bleated back. It was a symphony of joy.

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Look at the stunning bride! Doesn’t she look happy! She wears a Sabyasachi lehenga, which is basically the cat’s (silken, hand-embroidered, delicately besequined) pajamas.

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