Shirt From My Sister ☆ THE EMPORIUM

The shirt is one of my favorites. One of my sisters (I have three!) bought it for herself, but she didn’t want it anymore, so when I was in Tokyo visiting my family this past summer, I inherited it from her. (This is one of the things I LOVE about having sisters.) The brand is called “THE EMPORIUM“. I have never heard of this brand, but next time I go visit Tokyo to see my family, I’m definitely checking out the store. The websites I provide are mostly in Japanese, so it might be tough to navigate a bit, but here is THE EMPORIUM’s official site and you can see some of their items here. Under “Styling Letter” on the official site, you can check out what’s hot in Tokyo based on their styling. Click on the dates written in numbers to see back numbers.

My friend gave me this bracelet. How I got it is that my friends and I did a clothes swap after my friend, Yumi, gave me and my friends a color analysis. I got rid of some clothes in ‘autumn/fall colors”. Knowing that “summer colors”, for example the color of the shirt in the photo, are the best colors for me to wear, I could no longer wear autumn colors even though I used to love wearing clothes with autumn colors like brown and different shades of green. I still keep a few items in autumn colors like this one though. After I had a color analysis done on me, I have started to transform my wardrobe with clothes with summer colors little by little and a clothes swap was helpful.

It’s the change of season and time to clean up your wardrobe? Why don’t you have a clothes swap with your friends?

Comments

  1. says

    Kaho———-! It’s soooooooo nice to see my bracelet here :) I see it looks much much better on you.. I’m glad it now belongs to someone who is meant to have it.
    For people who may look at my website – it’s still under construction in case you are wondering. (But I don’t mind at all, Kaho!)

  2. says

    LOVE that top!! I wish you were my personal stylist :) I’ve never had a colour analysis done. I’ve often thought a clothing swap would be fun to organize. Amanda x

    • says

      Awww, you’re so sweet!! Color analysis really helps me pick clothes and I love that I don’t vacillate when I see something I love, but it’s not in my color range. :)

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