Being an Indian I love to wear colours!! Bright colours are a great way to be noticed!! Although there are a lot of pinks and reds in my wardrobe..but I see myself gravitating towards more neutrals these days. Because wherever I go I feel out of place if I have a lot of colour on. Maybe because in Japan only older people wear red or bold colours. Maybe because it is one of the facts about Japan that Japanese people don’t wear a lot of colours as they don’t want to stand out in a crowd. Japanese world is extremely conservative when it comes to colours. Neutral shades are what you will find here on everyone. They prefer shades such as black, navy blue, white, beige and gray. However I took the plunge and wore this majorly red outfit to a dinner at World Wine Museum at Grand Front Osaka. They have a lot of different wines from around the world and a small but good menu of French food. Not to forget their awesome wine cocktails!! My new favourite place these days..

Forever 21 Sweater

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Forever 21

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Zara coat

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Zara coat

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Palm Tree Sweater – Forever 21, 21 $, 2013;
Coat – Zara, 40 $ on Sale, 2012;
Pants – H&M, 20 $, 2013;
Shoes – Aldo, 123 $, 2008; also worn here;
Sunglasses – Mango, 13 $, 2011, also worn here;
Clutch – Bershka, 19 $, 2012; also worn here;

Bellini and Riesling

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Cheese Platter..

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Truffle flavoured French Fries..

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Roasted duck served with white wine and mustard sauce..

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Home-made hamburg steak and foie gras served with madeira sauce..

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Crepe Suzette with vanilla ice-cream..

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