Welcome to my first outfit post for the year 2016. As the old adage goes, when in Japan, do as the Japanese do – therefore visited the shrine to seek divine blessings for the coming year, instead of the usual party, party and party. Well I guess I need all the support as this year I am going to stick to my new year resolutions.

My first being – don’t break resolutions, the second – post more often & for that I need all your love, encouragement and support. If post more often then I also need to eat clean & eat healthy (how original!) – this third resolution seems to be the toughest – the call of the chocolates is much too strong – it is easier to run to the fridge than run on the treadmill – considering both involve running – so I hope running to fridge negates the calories of the chocolate! But a girl’s gotta do, what a girl’s gotta do!

Do keep visiting my blog, watch out for all the surprises I have planned for 2016. And hey, would love to hear about your New Year Resolutions too:)

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Top – Zara, $ 40, 2014;
Culotte pants – Uniqlo ユニクロ, $ 40, 2015, also worn here
Leather jacket – Azul by Moussy, $ 120, 2015;
Sunglasses – Forever 21 フォーエバー21, $ 10, 2015, also worn here;
Shoes – Zara, $ 60, 2015, also worn here;

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  1. Diva @curlacious

    My very first resolution too is to not break resolutions this year…rest all are regarding my hair and care 😉 anyway so far going good….

    You look super fab, dear! 🙂

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