Things You Do Not Want to Miss in Nara, Japan

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Todai-ji

Nara, often bypassed by tourists either heading straight to Kyoto or Osaka, is Japan’s first permanent capital city and definitely a place not to be missed! Not only it owns a lot of UNESCO historical sites, such as Daibutsu, Todai-ji, one of the most majestic sights in Japan. Nara is also well-known for its wild and tame deers running everywhere (YES you can easily spot them)! Most important, Nara can be explored in a day or two! Hence, if you want to indulge yourself in a peaceful and scenic place, make sure you pay Nara a visit!

Check out my Osaka travel guide if you haven’t –> here

Nara Japan Manhole Cover
Everything in Japan is so beautiful. Look even their manhole is a piece of artwork!

Nara can be easily reached if you’re traveling from Osaka or Kyoto. There are two main train services that link Osaka and Kyoto to Nara. One is the Japan Railways (JR) train and the other is the Kintetsu train. I personally opted JR since I’ve already bought the JR pass and my hotel is just beside the JR station which is super convenient. However, if you only plan for a day trip and want to visit all the attractions right away, pick Kintetsu railway as the station is located closer to Nara Park (approximately 10 minutes walk). While it takes 20 minutes to walk to Nara Park from the JR Nara Station.

Wendy Quah Travel Blog Nara Japan By Bicycle
The bike I rent to travel around Nara.

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Getting around Nara – Nara can easily be explored on foot. However, you might need to take bus, taxi or train for some of the sights. If you want a more challenging and local way, rent a bicycle like me. ** But I’ve to warn you there are many slops and uphill for certain attractions, so your energy will definitely be drained by the end of the day!

wendy quah travel blog nara japan super hotel lohas jr nara eki

If you happen to stay in Nara for a day or two, I would highly recommend Super Hotel Lohas JR Nara Eki. As it is situated beside the JR station which is extremely convenient especially for those who are traveling with family and many baggages.

wendy quah travel blog nara japan super hotel lohas jr nara eki

wendy quah travel blog nara japan super hotel lohas jr nara eki breakfast

My stay at this hotel is absolutely pleasant. I loved how they make sure you have a great sleep by giving you the chance to choose your own pillow. Regardless you like it soft, or hard, you’re bound to find the perfect pillow here! Besides, this hotel also owns natural hot spring so you can definitely indulge yourself after a whole day of exploration in the city. Not to forget, their buffet breakfast is simple but delicious!

wendy quah travel blog japan seven eleven icecream

P.S There is a seven-eleven on the first floor of building! You can easily grab snacks or meals there.

Without further ado, let’s jump into places you have to visit when you’re in Nara!

1. Tōdai-ji Temple & Nigatsu-do

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Todaiji Temple

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Todaiji Temple

Tōdai-ji is one of Japan’s most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. In fact, its officially listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main hall of Todaiji, is the largest wooden building in the world. Daibutsuden also houses the largest Buddha in all of Japan at 15 meters in height. Aside from the magnificent architecture and buddha statue, the surrounded landscape including lake and garden is absolutely picturesque.

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Todai-ji

After seeing Todaiji Temple, make sure you check out one of its most important halls, Nigatsu-do. Tucked somewhat far away from the main tourism area, the beautiful Nigatsu-do rises quietly and majestically. Built into the mountainside, this building is definitely a great place to get a breathtaking view of Nara cityscape!

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Todaiji Temple

 

2. Kōfuku-ji Temple

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Kōfuku-ji Temple

Kofuku-ji is a very important temple in Nara. It was transferred from Kyoto in 710, and used to be a family temple of the Fujiwara family, the most powerful family at that period. There are two famous pagodas in this temple, three stories and five stories. The five stories pagoda is the second tallest in Japan. Continuing through the complex you’ll see the northern and southern octagonal halls, the Central Golden Hall, and a series of less eye-catching but still beautiful secondary structures.

3. Nara Park

wendy quah travel blog japan nara park
There was a huge painting of a deer in the road to remind the drivers that deer may make a sudden movement to cross! There were also circular warning signs along every road.

wendy quah travel blog japan nara park deers

Nara park is home to numbers of freely roaming wild deer. Considered in Shinto to be messengers of the gods, Nara’s nearly 1200 deer have become a symbol of the city and have even been designated as a natural treasure. Nara’s deer are surprisingly tame, but you have to be careful when you have any food as they might think you will feed them and become a littl aggressive. There were some small stalls where you can purchase deer crackers. As soon as you had the crackers in hand, the deer would come close to you and nudge your clothes and arms. Some of the deer even learned to bow to visitors to ask to be fed.

wendy quah travel blog japan nara park deers

wendy quah travel blog japan nara park deers

4. Isuien Garden

wendy quah travel blog isuien garden nara japan

Isuien garden is the most picturesque garden in Nara. Isuien means “garden founded on water”, and this garden’s name is derived from the fact that its ponds are fed by the small adjacent Yoshikigawa River. It’s a spacious stroll garden with a pond and plenty of blooming flowers and trees. This garden looks even more breathtaking during the Spring and Autumn. However, due to we visited during the late Spring all we spot are these greenery.

wendy quah travel blog isuien garden nara japan

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Isuien Garden
The neighborhood of Isuien Garden

5. Kasuga-taisha 

wendy quah travel blog japan nara kasuga taisha

Kasuga-taisha which was established at the same time as the city itself, is Nara’s most celebrated shrine which also famous for its lanterns – and the deer, of course. Even the shrine’s chōzuya is carved in the shape of a deer. wendy quah travel blog japan nara kasuga taisha

6. Naramachi walk

wendy quah japan travel blog nara naraachi walk

In Naramachi you will experience the atmosphere of old times created by old “machiya” (historic merchant townhouses) and small alleys full of interesting sights. You can spot many cute shops that sell clothing, souvenirs, and food.

Food You Have to Try
1. Nakatani-dou 中谷堂 | Mochi
wendy quah travel blog japan nara Nakatani-dou mochi

 

After wondering around the streets, we came across this mochi shop, known as Nakatani-dou, 中谷堂. We were attracted by the crowd and the high-speed mochi-pounding performance without knowing its popularity! However, I’m glad we did try it!

The result of all that pounding action is soft, chewy yomogi mochi dusted with kinako powder. Kinako is roasted soybean flour and it has a slightly nutty taste that goes well with the natural flavour of yomogi. Since the mochi is made fresh, it was still warm when it handed to me. When you bite into it the sweet red bean paste oozes out!

2. Edogawa Naramachi 江戸川 | Eel Rice

wendy quah travel blog nara japan Edogawa Naramachi eel restaurant

Edogawa Naramachi is Nara most well-known eel restaurant. Despite the long queue for almost an hour, we decided to give it a try as we do not want end up regretting in the future. I must admit, I’ve never really been a big fan of eel, but after eating it here I have truly changed my mind! It is extremely delicious and worth the price. P.S if you’re on budget, make sure you consider before entering as it can be quite pricey.

3. Taiyaki

wendy quah travel blog japan nara taiyaki

When you’re in Japan, of course you need to get your hands on one of their famous dessert, Taiyaki. Taiyaki is a fish-shaped cake and it is usually filled with red bean paste that made from sweetened azuki beans!

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Nara was simply amazing and I’m glad that we visited here, a place which is so rich in culture, history and also nature! So, make sure you do visit Nara if you’re in Japan!

You’ll never know until you go!

Dark Romance | Dancing in the Floral Print Maxi

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

When we think of floral print, instantly we think of Spring. Cuz what else can be more perfect than floral patterns to associate our outfits with the Cherry Blossom season?

But now, floral prints can be worn for any season, depending on the colors, fabric and print you pick! You’ve probably noticed that one of the massive trend in A/W 16 is floral prints. So, you can now literally don your favourite floral pieces 24/7 and nobody is gonna judge you!

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

When it comes to buying clothes, yes I do love trendy pieces but I love to invest in clothes with versatility even more. This shows why I picked this black floral dress as the colour and length gives me the ease to cruise into any occasion and season effortlessly. All I have to do is jazz up with different accessories.

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

I bought this maxi last December during a Zara sales and I got to say I get a great deal for such an amazing quality! This maxi dress which crafted with super lightweight and airy fabric is great for the scorching hot weather and also a perfect piece for layering during the cosy season. it comes with two layers. The inner layer is a simple scoop neck spaghetti short bodycon dress. While the outer-layer which crafted with sheer chiffon is shaped in a form of ruffle neck, sleeveless bodice, and a billowy high low maxi skirt with some ruffle hem. Oh dear, ruffle my weakness how can I not purchase this frock!  (if you’ve come across my previous posts, you’ll know how much I’m obsessed with them!)

Not to forget the highlight of this dress is the beautiful roses that dancing all over the black backdrop, instantly injects whimsical and romantic accents!

Another thing I’m totally vibin’ over this frock is the sheer chiffon that shows off my legs without really bearing it all. Creates that peekaboo style and make my legs look slender tho.

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

For this look, instead of being dressy from head to toe. I teamed it with my crisp white Adidas Super Star instead of heels. I then finished off this look with a pink mini chain crossbody.

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

Black Floral Maxi Dress – Zara

White Sneakers – Adidas Superstar

Pink Mini Chain Crossbody – Coach

wendy quah fashion blogger black floral print maxi zara trf

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Frog Hill Gua Perahu – Prepare to be Mesmerized by Its Beauty

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I’ve been wanting to visit Frog Hill for quite awhile and finally I managed to pay a visit there last Saturday. I swear I adore every corner of Frog Hill landscape and thinking of going back for the second time!

Frog Hill which is also known as Gua Perahu or Gua Petai is an abandoned quarry which located in Tasek Gelugor, Bukit Mertajam. It is largely flat and surrounded by rice fields, clumps of trees and houses. You can even spot the trains pass by (every 15-20 minutes I guess) as the railway is just few kilometers beside the Frog Hill.

Although Frog Hill is secluded from the public eye, it has already gained so many praises thanks to the power of social media! Keep reading and you’ll find out how scenic is this place.

wendy quah blogger frog hill gua perahu gua petai sunrise malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

We departed around 6 but only manage to reach Frog Hill around 7.20a.m (you know sometimes choosing the wrong directory map will ended you up in nowhere, luckily we realised it early enough, so make sure you follow this -> location). When we arrived, we are absolutely lucky to catch this breathtaking sunrise. I’m more a sunset person but I’ve to admit this is by far the most beautiful sunrise I’ve come across. I remembered how huge the sun was when it started to peek over the horizon. And listen to the sound of the train passed by, suddenly everything turned into a movie or music video scene. (Which I instantly think of BTS – Spring Day).

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

After a short drive on the red laterite road, you will need to take a 15 minutes hike up to the 50m high cliff in order to have a panoramic view. Make sure you wear comfy clothes and a pair of sneakers will come in handy! Be extra careful if the day before you visit rain as the path might get slippery.

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

The scenery already swept me off my feet even though we do not reach the top yet. With the crystal clear blue water surrounded by red cliffs, many said that Frog Hill looks like China 九寨溝, but I’ve never been there so I’m not sure how similar it is but I can promise this place is heavenly gorgeous! Just look at those reflections!

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

And after the climb, look how scenic is this place! The turquoise blue lake seriously makes my jaw drop! For those who wants to take photograph, this is definitely the ultimate spot! P.S It took me quite some courage to sit at this spot tho, but for the sake of photos, oh well~ I’m in! Keep scrolling to check out those photos!

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

And here come’s my favourite shot! A picture of me and my sister, Celine.

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

So here we go, bringing dab to a whole new level. The guys below might be thinking what the hell are the two girls doing up there.

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasek gelugor malaysia

Make sure you walk around to discover the surroundings. Somehow the reddish landscape reminds me of Lahbab desert in Dubai tho.

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

wendy quah blogger froghill gua perahu gua petai tasik gelugor malaysia

Notes:
1) Be mentally prepared, and don’t be shocked and wonder if you’re lost as this place is really rural. As long as you follow the location I tagged, you’re good!
2) Try to visit here in pairs or more as it can be quite dangerous since there’re no any residents around.
3) You will have to wash your car due to the red laterite road and perhaps some mud.
4) Make sure you wear comfy outfits and sneakers! Unless you’re going for some fashion photoshoot (but still bring sneakers along).
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That’s all for today!
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Mustard Yellow for SS 2017

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith

I used to be the girl who extremely afraid of wearing colors especially those refulgent ones. Afraid of the bright colors might not complement my skin tone and make me look extremely odd. But, after some experiments, I started to embrace colors. As long as you team it with the right color, BAAAM you’ll look great! Recently, I’ve been obsessed with the color combo of mustard yellow and black as it gives off the Spring/ Summer vibe. Besides, yellow is seriously a happy color that instantly enliven your day!

Mustard yellow has been making its entrance to the runways since last Fall and it continues to dominate the Spring/ Summer runways as Yellow is one of the on-trend colors in 2017. Ranging from bright lemon yellow to mustard, you are sure to find the perfect shades that look good on you!

For this look, I wore a mustard yellow ruffle long sleeve top. Since the top is quite sheer, I wore a cami top underneath. Then, I team this top with my trustworthy pair of black mom jeans. To add a splash of edge, I added a black leather statement belt featuring studded detailing. I finished off this look with a pair of black mules and carry a burgundy shoulder bag.

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith Studded Statement Belt Mango

Wendy Quah Fashion Blogger Mustard Yellow Ruffle Top HM Black Mom Jeans Topshop Bag Charles and Keith Black Mules Charles and Keith

Outfit Details: Top: H&M, Jeans: Topshop, Belt: Mango, Bag: Charles & Keith, Shoes: Charles & Keith

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Things to Do in Osaka for First-Timers

 

Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle

Japan has never been in my travel wishlist even though my favourite cuisine is Japanese food (pretty ironic isn’t it). However, I am absolutely glad that I’ve paid a visit there with my family last year. Japan does not disappoint me, in fact it exceeded my expectations. The food, the people, the architecture, the culture, — it was bliss. I’ve visited Osaka, Nara, and Kyoto during my trip, but I’ll be breaking down the content into 3 different articles. So, if you want to check out those posts, stay tune!

1.Visit Osaka Castle and Nishinomaru Park
Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle

Osaka’s monuments really don’t get any more iconic than this majestic Osaka Castle. It was surrounded by breathtaking Nishinomaru Park, which happened to be a great spot for Hanami during the Cherry Blossom Season (I wish we went there a week early to catch those beautiful scenes!) Osaka Castle park is free so make sure you stroll around, you can even have picnic there.

Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle Osaka Japan
Osaka Castle
We bought some food from Kuromon market and enjoy it with the beautiful scenery.

The castle opens it’s doors at 9 am and the park surrounding the park is open all to the public at all times. It will cost you 600 Yen to go inside the castle.

Matcha Ice-cream
Matcha Ice-cream

Don’t forget to grab the delicious Matcha ice-cream while admiring the Osaka Castle!

2. Go Kuromon Ichiba Market
Kuromon Market Osaka Japan
Kuromon Market
Kuromon Market Osaka Japan
Kuromon Market

If you are a hungry soul (like me) craving for mouthwatering fresh seafood, and street food, you must not miss this market which has more than 190 years of history and tradition. There are tons of shops (approximately 150) selling food from sweet to savory.

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Fresh tuna sushi – I can still remember how the tuna melts right away after I put them in my mouth.
Grille Scallop Kuromon Market Osaka Japan
Grille Scallop

Food to try:

Grilled Scallop, Tuna Fish, Sashimi, Takoyaki, White Strawberries

3. Shop until drop and Eat all you can at Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi 
Glico Dotonbori Shinsaibashi Osaka Japan
Glico Sign, Dotonbori

Going to Osaka without making a stop at Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi is like going to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Shinsaibashi Arcade is the premier shopping area in Osaka. Around 600 meters long, it’s filled with trendy boutiques, retail chains, and luxury department stores. Whether you’re looking for Japan designers’ shops or international brands, you’re bound to find what you love here! When you walk into this open area and see that large Glico man sign. That’s when you know you’re in Dotonbori. The giant Glico Man is Dotonbori’s most iconic landmark.

Dotonbori Osaka Japan
Glico, The Landmark of Dotonbori
Dotonbori Osaka Japan
Dotonbori

Food You Must Not Miss In Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi

Ichiran Ramen

Ichiran Ramen Dotonbori Osaka Japan
Ichiran Ramen

Ichiran originated from Fukuoka offers Classic Tonkotsu Ramen from the 1960s. It is an extremely popular ramen place in Japan even the locals will queue up for their ramen! I can literally have this every day, it totally taste different (in a good way) with what I had in the past!

Luke’s Lobster

Luke's Lobster Shinsaibashi Osaka Japan
Luke’s Lobster

Ever since I had my first burger and lobster experience in London, I will not miss any possible chance to have a bite of it, and I’m glad I did.

Pablo Cheesecake

Pablo Cheesetart Dotonbori Osaka Japan
Pablo Cheesetart

Pablo which originates from Osaka as a takeaway cheesecake shop has attracted long queues for its signature “Rare/Medium” cheesecake. Recently, Pablo have even packaged its products as Osaka souvenirs targeting at travelers.

Authentic Japanese Street Food

When in Japan, eat Japanese food (including their delicious street food) as much as possible. Don’t lie, you’re going to miss the authentic taste when you’re back home.

Try Sashimi, Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki, Yakiniku, Kani.

Sashimi Osaka Japan
Sashimi
4. Visit The Universal Studio
Harry Potter Universal Studio Osaka Japan
Harry Potter

If you enjoy the adrenaline rush or want to reminisce your favourite movies’ characters. Universal Studio can never be wrong! The prior reason I visit USJ is of course the sake of Harry Potter!

Make sure you grab yourself a mug of butterbeer! I had the frozen version and it tasted like caramel root beer! I swear it is soooo good! There are few rides which are extremely enjoyable. For instance, Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey (duh! even though it’s in Japanese version, I still enjoyed it a lot!), Hollywood Dream Backdrop (utterly thrilling), The Flying Dinosaur (if you have a strong heart make sure you go for it despite the long queue)!

Butter Beer Universal Studio Osaka Japan
Butterbeer
Harry Potter Universal Studio Japan Osaka
Harry Potter and the Wizarding World
Chocolate Churros Snoopy Bun Universal Studio Osaka Japan
Chocolate Churros and Snoopy Bun
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Universal Studio
5. Visit The Convenience Stores!!!
Look how happy is my sister after getting all her favourite snacks

You might be thinking am I serious? Why include convenience store in a travel list. Trust me, you’re gonna thank me later when you find out how much you get to save while getting yourself some delicious meals and snacks. There are three main stores name you should know, which are 7-11, Family Mart and Lawson Station. You can literally grab so much things here, ranging from light breakfast (sandwiches), to bentos, coffees, beers, and ice-creams!

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Drinks Selection in 7-11
curry katsu don udon seven eleven osaka japan
Curry Katsu Don, Omelette Rice, and Teriyaki Udon
sandwich sweet melon bread bento starbucks coffee osaka japan convenience store
Our breakfast for the second day!
6. Grab Great Deals at Rinku Premium Outlet

If you’re a shopaholic, or wanted to grab cheaper designer pieces, seek no further than Rinku Premium Outlet which has more than 200 brands including some of their local brands.

Make sure you grab the discount coupons at the information counter to get some further deductions.

If you are planning a visit to Rinku Premium Outlets, you can plan it on your Day 1 or your last day since it is located so near to Kansai International Airport.

Tempozan Ferris Wheel Rinku Town Osaka Japan
Tempozan Ferris Wheel

If you’re not aiming to shop, I still recommend you to drop by Rinku Town as you get to see the breathtaking city scape from this huge Tempozan Ferris Wheel. You can even visit the Marble Beach to catch sunset.

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I hope this travel guide comes in handy if you plan to travel Osaka!

Do not hesitate to leave me your questions, or better tips!

“Jobs fill your pocket, adventures fill your soul”

 

It’s Ruffle, Baby

topshop poplin ruffle shirt levi jeans mango belt coach chain crossbodyRuffles were having a BIG moment in 2016 and the game is still going strong this season, which I am absolutely thankful for as I’m definitely the “rufflemaniac” who just couldn’t get enough of ruffles.

If you have come across fashion weeks, or trend reports you probably notice that it is difficult for us to find a fashion runway that didn’t feature a little bit of flounce. So, if you’re still hesitate whether you should get your hands on, you should definitely give it a try!

Last year, ruffles were widely to be seen on dresses or chiffon blouse, but this season they were presented in unusual fabrications such as sweaters, leather skirts, or even the on the classic button down shirt.

topshop poplin ruffle shirt levi jeans mango belt coach chain crossbody

Ruffles have the tendency to be feminine, romantic, and a little bit dressed up.  For this look, I’ve decided to combine the eye-catching statement piece (ruffle button down shirt) with a basic (skinny jeans) to create that perfect balance. To inject a sense of edge, I wore a statement belt, and carried a chain crossbody.

topshop poplin ruffle shirt levi jeans mango belt coach chain crossbody

topshop poplin ruffle shirt levi jeans mango belt coach chain crossbody

The ruffle button shirt – I fell for this ruffle shirt at first sight and decided to purchase it for my graduation. This white button down shirt is versatile as you can easily dress it up and down depending on the occasion. And thanks to its ruffles and small cutout detailing on the back, this elevated button down shirt is definitely an eye-catcher and balances between being basic but yet a statement piece.

topshop poplin ruffle shirt levi jeans mango belt coach chain crossbody

 Outfit details: 

Top: Topshop ; Jeans: Levi’s ; Belt: Mango ; Bag: Coach

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