Maybe since I've been a big fan of Annie Hall, houndstooth tailoring pants are
listed on my all-time favorites.
With a waistcoat just like Queen Annie, or maybe a fluffy blouse with a
feminine details can go with them very well. Or how about pairing them with
a striped top doubling patterns together?
And don't forget nothing like a contrastively colored belt can mediate between the talkative parties.
Colored belts always do me great job!

top: zara(here)
pants: Miumiu(here)
belt: Orciani(here)
earrings: Iria Ashimine
Bag: Chanel
shoes: zara(similar here)



Finally the best season has come with beautiful cherry blossoms in full-bloom!!
I just can't believe it actually snowed last week and it brought warm days.
Cherry blossoms start to bloom by the temperature gap, so naturally we
expected the news would come earlier than usual.

Having lovely weather these days, I'm so happy to choose outfits every morning
and to share them with you.

top: Jacquemus(here&here)
trousers: Ebony(similar here&here)
earrings: Iria Ashimine
choker: don't remember(similar here)
bag: zara(here)
sandals: Alexander Wang(similar here)



Cut-out details top to toe, with a choker, jacket, and pants.
A beautifully swinging cape reminds me of early spring birds who are now
back in town giving me a nice glance every morning.

jacket:Junya Watanabe Comme des Garcons(similar here)
pants: Koche(here)
choker: asos(similar here)
bag: bought in Italy
pumps: Sergio Rossi(similar here)



A little lush of light and whisper of winds ran 'round in a serene bloom.

cape dress: Dresscamp(similar here)
clutch: Tom Ford(color option here)
booties: Gianvito Rossi(here)



Listen to the spring scent in the smoky fog visualized only in a camera lens......

moto jacket: zara(here)
skirt: Roksanda(here)
brass choker: ?? (similar here)
bag: Chanel
shoes: Toga(color option here)



The circle skirt has become my staple best friend by its flattered and statement
silhouette. I'm often a fan of the old style and wanted to put a retro spin on
the classics of 70s and 60s.
This skirt is one of the best friends. Love the retro-chic flounce and subtly glittering silver
with whimsical star patterns, plus the zip-slits that show a sprinkling of bare legs step by step.

top: Stella McCartney(similar here)
skirt: Chanel(similar here)
necklace used as a charm belt: zara(old)
clutch: Tom Ford(color option here)
pumps: Jimmy Choo(here)



Though the trend evokes and it's doomed to fade within a season mostly,
I sometimes stick to one trend that lasts for years.
Suede is one of them.
I do love the texture that reflects light in a very subtle motion.
And love how it changes every time I wear, getting softened to fit my frame
like a candid boyfriend.

coar: Madison Blue(similar here)
dress: Bouchra Jarrar
bracelet: Ranjana Khan
clutch: Chanel
pumps: Valentino(similar here)



The color trend changes every season.
It's true some authority arrange the year's trend color though,
that's not necesarily followed now when the fashion comes up on streets.

I love to search for the trend tones or shades at the beginning of each season
and consider some unique combinations shown in unexpected ways.
Dusty pink and vivid blue here is one of the combos that I lately found it great.
If you want to wear pink in the mode mood, blue is so helpful......yap, in the
unexpected way!

cape coat: Fendi
clutch: bought in Italy
watch: vintage Hermes
boots: Chloe(old)



This coat was big splurge for me to celebrate my own birthday on Dec. 29th.
Like the most ladies, I'd longingly adored Chanel tweed jackets (or coats)
and been waited the right timing and the right age.
The first one was vintage. I got that five years ago. And the second one was
even older vintage again.

Last summer I was invited to ''Metiers d'Art'' show exhibited at Ginza flagship boutique.
Then I saw Caroline de Maigret and had a personal style session with her.
She picked up this tweed coat in Chanel icon colors: beige,white, and black
pairing it with her skinny black pants. I was just fascinated by her sense
to dress down such a luxurious piece, and felt this amazingly-crafted coat
was just what would change my sense, wardrobe, and even creative aspiration lifetime.

coat: Chanel
top: opening ceremony
jeans: Deuxieme Classe(similar here)
 clutch: Tom Ford
shoes: DKNY