Time for another Share in Style . This time the theme is Japanese inspiration. Can you see it in my outfit? I'm wearing a dark blue shirt that I absolutely love because it's 100% cotton and has really long sleeves that fit even my monkey arms. The collar on this blue shirt is what we would call a Russian collar but isn't it similar to traditional Japanese collar? The second item that is inspired by Japan is this lovely white vintage jacket that I hand pained myself. When I think of Japan, I think of beautiful hand-painted clothing items so perhaps that's where the inspiration for this jacket originally came from. This outfit would look much better without a coat but I was not feeling that great this morning hence I didn't want to take any changes. It took two pain killers, lots of herbal tea and lavender oil inhalation just to get me out of the bed. Over the shirt and under the white jacket and coat, I wore a green dress wit
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necklace: DIY/moj ručni rad, sneakers/ tenisice (patike): umbro, the rest/ostalo: no brand Don't feel bad if you can't travel at the moment. Many people can't afford a vacation and there are always those with small kids for whom travelling is difficult. Just because you're not able to take a vacation doesn't mean you can't have some fun. Being a tourist in your own town can be a lot of fun. Forget about make up (and hairdos), wear sneakers and jeans and go for that long walk that will show you another side of your town. Find a neighbourhood you haven't been in, discover something new, let yourself be taken over by your inner traveler (we all have an inner traveler in us- that's one of the things I strongly believe in). No matter the size of the town you happen to live in, the chances are there are places in it you haven't seen before. Imagine that you're a tourist.