continued: even more beige and gold

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Even since it got a little colder, all I wear are cardigans. And this beige cardigan I already sneek peeked a few posts back, is my number one choice of the moment.

This also reveals, yes, I like wearing the same outfits more than once!
I like putting outfits together that I can reuse on days I’m simply not as creative. Then exchange some accessories here and there, different bag – just changing little things can bring a whole new feeling to a look!
The photos were taken on a different day than the ones from this post and I only changed the jewellery to a more statement neckline instead of the wild earrings, and added a chain bag and high heels and et voilà! Cozy at home look became a casual going out look!

And a little more on the cardigan, it is made of a super soft cotton, linen and wool mix, and you can see that they took one thread of each and knitted with three threads as one, which also gives it a very unique mesh-look. Perfect in-season piece!

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Cardigan – goa | you can find it here

Top – goa, Leather coated Jeans – Zara, Necklace – Forever 21, Bangles – H&M, Earrings – Rebecca Minkoff,
Shoes – Buffalo, Bag – Chanel

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  • The Sartorial Coquette
    September 19, 2014

    Gorgeous look!! I especially love your coated jeans <3
    thesartorialcoquette.com

    • tiredoftokyo
      September 20, 2014

      Thank you so much! That’s so sweet of you!♥️

  • ローラ (@ningyoero)
    September 19, 2014

    You have such a nice style! I was wondering if you’d know any shops in Japan that sells bigger size shoes? My size is European 39~40 so it feels kinda difficult to find pretty shoes for that size in Japan…

    • tiredoftokyo
      September 20, 2014

      Thank you very much!♥

      And I feel you!! I have 39 as well and it’s sometimes a little tricky to find shoes here… I mostly just go for European brands or shops, for example they have the same European sized shoes at Topshop and Zara.
      But other than that, I found that a Japanese 24.5/L size works most of the times and recently malls like Marui started carrying sizes up to 26cm!

      But really, most of the time, I just go for Western shoes and order online when I’m sure the sizes will fit – also because it’s so hard to find shoes with good quality here too… All the plastic stuff breaks so easily and costs 10000¥+ most of the times anyway…

      I hope this helps you a little!♥ If I find something else around, I will let you know!

  • bohoclub
    September 20, 2014

    love the netruals x

  • Claire (@SmileItsClaire)
    September 20, 2014

    So in love with this outfit, especially that top with the detailing. The dusky pink cardigan is so pretty, it even looks cozy in the pic 🙂 think you paired it perfectly with the Chanel bag.

  • tiredoftokyo
    September 20, 2014

    Thank you so much, that’s so sweet of you!♥
    The details on the top were what made me buy it in the first place too, but then I sadly realised that it’s so rare that I can actually show the pattern off!

  • Screammae
    September 21, 2014

    I love your outfit!! 🙂
    I’m a starting fashion blogger, feel free to check out my blog 🙂

    • tiredoftokyo
      September 22, 2014

      thank you very much!♥
      definitely checking out your blog!
      I just started this blog a month ago too, let’s give our best!

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