2016/02/10

Outfit: Pastels by the Weser River




Apologies for, again, weirdly edited pictures, as I had to use a spare laptop with unfamiliar programs while my own was being repaired (the irony of asking of warranty repair of a previously messed up warranty repair... I wonder just how many faulty keyboards Toshiba produced).

That day I dragged Gerald to see an ending exhibition at Schwankhalle gallery. Sadly, the part of the exhibition I wanted to see the most - recording of the scenery in Tokyo made from one of the train lines - wasn't working. We only saw exhibition made fro objects found by a bunch of artists on their roadtrip through Southeastern Europe.

The outfit I wore was largely composed from pieces I got while in Korea - a cute bunny snowman hair tie from Nami island, wool coat from Doota department store I got on sale at the end of winter (before anybody knew Serenity was going to be a thing in 2016) and matching blouse from Japanese second hand store in Gangnam station underground shopping center. The giant scarf (a trend I spotted in 2015 pre-fall and fall collections) was a Christmas gift from my mum, who made it herself from spare yarn.



 


 

Schwankhalle



 



Yours truly
 Vita 

11 comments:

  1. My dearest Vita I have lost track of you for so long. I am so glad you keep in touch my sweet.
    In the end I have decided to answer comments in my own blog. It is easier for me I know. I will still visit your blog, of course
    Much love
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    1. Thank you! Yes of course, I actually do the same :)

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  2. I haven't been on your blog in a while, shame on me!
    Your pastel look is way too cute, I love your blog and you coat <3 Blue perfection!

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  3. cute accessories! I was lucky the weather was clear when I went to Busan ><
    www.samanthamariko.com

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  4. Wow what a gorgeous dress, adore the lace and the pastel colour scheme. These pictures are very beautiful

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    1. Thank you! Well, I love pastels, haha :)

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  5. My toshiba keyboard also failled but lucky enough I managed to get one on ebay and repair it. I am not liking toshiba anymore, my computer had too much problems and after 4 years I had to get a new one.Great putfit by the way! You are a brave girl for wearing tights in the cold snow!

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    1. I will never ever buy their laptop again, I was so disappointed - especially with them taking 6 months to admit it was a manufacturing defect.
      Haha I swear I was not cold!

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  6. awww I really love ur pastel dress and coat >3< its really cute

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