A Midi Skirt With An Ethereal Touch – Photo Diary in Japan Part II

Japan is an awesome place to take beautiful photos and we really enjoyed the process of capturing gorgeous fashion-related images during our time there! Apart from my traditional kimono shots as presented in the previous post, I am also really happy to dress up for the following shots. This photo diary is dedicated to one of my favorite OOTD pictures taken at the famous Osaka Castle.

This style is also feature on Fashion & Style Police

I simply adore this skirt! The vibrant colors as well as the attractive mirroring prints really caught my attention when I first laid my eyes on it. Since a young age, I have been drawn to dreamy yet beautiful images which probably explains why the skirt has such an appeal on my aesthetic senses. In my opinion, the lovely and mystical landscape prints truly make the skirt a unique piece infused with an ethereal beauty that resonates well with me.

To end off, just a couple of photos with my husband, who I am so grateful for making the trip in Osaka so fantastic! He doesn’t appear in photos much and we did not have too many photos taken together apart from our wedding album, so I am really glad that we managed to have some great shots together!

Hope you love this post and see you again soon!

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30 thoughts on “A Midi Skirt With An Ethereal Touch – Photo Diary in Japan Part II

    • Thanks so much for your kind comments Alex! Really delighted that you like my blog and this is really encouraging for me, thanks again! Have a great week ahead!

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    • Thanks so much for visiting Angelica! I find the skirt amazing too and Japan is really a beautiful country to have photos taken! Very glad you like what you see and wishing you a great week ahead!

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