Hello dear readers! How are you?
The other day I went to Daikanyama for the first time. There’s no BABY store there anymore sadly, but there are vintage and second hand shops, and it’s a nice area.
Here’s my outfit, taken near CouCou, a really cute 300yen shop!
Ribbon: Jane Marple
Fawn collar: H&M Kids (modified)
I was aiming to achieve a sort of fairytale maiden look with this outfit. I got the fur collar ages ago but it’s only recently that I started to wear it regularly. Some items are hard to get the knack of, aren’t they? I think it helped to replace the pink satin ribbon with a cotton lace one, it goes fits in much better with my wardrobe now.
The first thing I did was to stop at a cafe for lunch. I couldn’t resist having a cake afterwards too! We were provided with coasters that featured a bespectacled gentleman exclaiming “WOOOW! TASTY!!”, which was rather strange and amusing. It was all very tasty though, so he was quite right.
Daikanyama’s streets are wide and quiet and the shops are widely spaced out. This gives it a very relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. I do sort of wish there were more shops, but it is such a pleasant place to walk around, so light and airy. Tokyo Metro recently had some improvements, so now Daikanyama is very easily accessible. If you fancy a quiet but stylish day of shopping and cafes, I do recommend going. And the 300yen shop is definitely worth a visit for cute cheap things.
I hope you enjoyed the pictures, see you next time!