• Rainy Days: Navy, trench + scallops

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    DIY scallop skirt (buy similar), similar petite gingham shirtHunter Tour boots
    Burberry trench coat (similar here or here in petites for less), Talbots navy tights

    Happy Tuesday! Just a quick post today sharing this easy ensemble I wore last week. My skirt is old and I hemmed the scallops myself, but I also own this similar version (also sold here) that’s been restocked from last year! That one is made in a sturdy, stretchy knit material and is fully lined – see it on me in sz US2.
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    On another note, we’re currently planning some travel to Tokyo and possibly Singapore and Bali – all spots where Nick and I had really wanted to go after our wedding last year! We didn’t go on a honeymoon due to our schedules at the time, but are really looking forward to taking some trips this year. I’d love to hear about any must-visit places, and of course your favorite recommendations for where to eat and things to do in those areas!

     

    61 thoughts on “Rainy Days: Navy, trench + scallops

    • LostInStyle March 10, 2016 at 2:42 pm

      Love the classic navy & khaki outfit. Would you give details on the bag you are carrying?

    • Unknown March 10, 2016 at 6:40 pm

      Jean – where is your blue umbrella from?

    • Cee March 10, 2016 at 10:37 pm

      Jean!

      My Tokyo recs:
      – HARBS (amazing strawberry cakes)
      – Sushi Dai
      – Ichiran for ramen (cool experience; can skip Ippudo)
      – Strawberry mochi from some shop in Ginza that’s located on one of the main streets. So vague, but I don’t remember the name

      Lemme know if you want to see pics or is thinking of visiting other parts of Japan 🙂

      I personally don’t think Singapore is worth visiting. Well, let me amend that. If you’re making multi-stops, put Tokyo last. The other places will probably pale in comparison and you’ll wish you had just stayed in Japan. That’s how I felt at least!

    • Sophie March 11, 2016 at 9:38 am

      Restos in Singapore:
      – burnt ends
      – din tai Fung
      – Chili crab at jumbo on East Coast
      – neon Pigeon
      Bars:
      – the library (it's a speak easy- you can get the password on their fbook page, changes every week)
      – 28 Hong Kong st (also a speak easy, no password required tho!)
      – screening room on club st (rooftop bar)

    • Sophie March 11, 2016 at 9:49 am

      For Tokyo-
      All I have is a business card from a bar where they do close up magic- amazing! Phone number is 3571-4054-4056- maybe your hotel could help you out? We needed to call in advance because the bar only fits about 15 people at a time. It's in Ginza somewhere..
      And like a lot of things in Tokyo, it's a little hidden.
      And you should check out Kappabashi street- they sell lots of pottery and plates to restaurants. Beautiful bowls and plastic imitation food.
      Shinjuku golden Gai is also a must see and I would throw the robot show in there as a thing 100pct for tourists but also 100pct bizarrely worth it..

    • Anonymous March 13, 2016 at 10:02 am

      Ichiran is tasty and they have locations in the US.
      However, I must mention that Ichiran is Fukuoka tonkotsu ramen!

    • Erny Kurniawati March 17, 2016 at 1:37 pm

      Hi, i always love your style and i'm so happy you plan to trip asia. If you don't mind, you can check my blog at http://bingkaipetualang.wordpress.com and http://ernykurnia.blogspot.co.id for recommendation place in Tokyo and Bali.

      But the must visit place in Bali is Ubud, Tabanan, and Kuta. Have a nice trip ya!

    • Minau March 20, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      Great look! Have a nice time in Japan!

    • Ode to Aubergine March 25, 2016 at 2:01 am

      I'm really digging that scalloped skirt! What an adorable outfit!

      -Jennifer

    • Anika March 31, 2016 at 11:09 pm

      I'm planning a trip to Tokyo myself, and there's a spa just outside of Tokyo where you can bathe in wine, green tea, and even ramen. If you're into Hayao Miyazaki movies, the Ghibli Museum is a must-see, and I'm partial because I learned to walk in the adjoining park many years ago 🙂

    • Anika March 31, 2016 at 11:12 pm

      I'm planning a trip to Tokyo myself, and I found a spa just outside Tokyo where you can bathe in green tea, wine, or even ramen! If you're a fan of Hayao Miyazaki films, the Ghibli Museum is a must see, although I'm partial because I learned to walk in the adjoining park years ago 🙂

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