hi world. i'm back and finally recovered from a two-day fever i had over the weekend which was not fun at all. so it was nice to get out today, monday morning, and remember what it was like not to be bed-bound and to actually see the outside world! i didn't know this, but my friends recommended me to drink 'pocari sweat' which is a sports drink that is supposedly good for when your body has over-sweat - in my case, terrible fever - and it was great to keep me hydrated from the litres of fluid I was losing. it was insane. luckily i was in good hands though so no need to worry! i wore the the sunflower print jumpsuit from motel rocks (i still had a slight fever earlier this morning) so it made me look a bit more alive. let me tell you something i learned for sure... never wash your hair and forget to dry it, especially if you're under the aircon. stupid me, i know! i'm alive though, yay.
( Top - B-side by Wale ; Jeans - SIWY Denim ; Shoes - Buffalo )
Anyone else get caught up in the storm that happened on Sunday? Literally, as soon as I snapped the outfit shots, thunder and lighting struck and it just rained non-stop heavily for hours. I was in Harajuku, but I saw some friends uploaded that nearby Shibuya the roads had flooded. I had eaten only sweets the whole day, so towards the end when I was having coffee I felt a little nauseas - so I thought it was best to have a huge savoury meal after that (in case you're wondering why I am making a sad pouty face). That was my weekend, you can see it in video format below!
(outfit: leather leggings, halther neck top, kimono - h&m ; boots - OZ Shoes ; bag - market in hong kong)
On the top floor of Sky Lounge of Hikarie mall in Shibuya there's a great cafe called 'The Theatre'. I had a friend over from Sweden, along with another friend that lives in Tokyo and we went for afternoon coffee and cake at this place. Cheesecake has always been my weakness, so I had that along with iced coffee which is my ultimate favourite drink right now for summer. The day had gotten a little chilly, so thats how I was able to wear leather leggings and boots, with a halter neck top and a chiffon-material kimono.
Long time no see non-iphone photos - yes, this was actually shot on a dslr, it's been forever. These past few days I've had Kavita's company from shewearsfashion, and in between jobs and castings we've had a ridiculous amount of iced coffee's and combini snacks!
Thanks to HYPE LONDON for shipping me this awesome t-shirt dress which has been perfect to throw over boring clothing for castings. The shoes I'm wearing are from YRU, and I cried with joy when I found them in a shop back in London and immediately had to buy them... Went for the white pair because I own too many black shoes. And then just my usual bucket hat to protect me from the sun and a heart choker to add some extra edge to the outfit.