July 19, 2016

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As a foodie and fashion junkie, Kagurazaka definitely has my heart. It has a narrow, thin stoned-paved road with a large variety of French cafes, upscale Japanese restaurants, fashion workshop, and the geisha houses. On my previous post about my trip to Jingumae Harajuku, I visited the clean, bright, and modern area. Kagurazaka is just the opposite of that. This district is full of old buildings that give a true vibe of Japan.

So when we decided to visit Kagurazaka, I immediately took out my printed flared skirt from Kenzo, paired it up with oversized sweater – also from Kenzo. It was such a nice view behind the background and I think it blended well with my outfit. Apart from that, the sweater and skirt were both comfortable companion for me to walk around this district for a few hours while enjoying the view.

Anyway, if you happen to love this outfit as much as I do, you can find my them in Kenzo store in Plaza Indonesia.


Plaza Indonesia Level 1/ #147-151, Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 28-30, Jakarta Pusat.

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