(Long) Sweater Weather & All Fuzzy

If you had expected Tokyo to be less cold in late February compared to early Decemberwinter versus early spring and all that you'd be in for a surprise. Like I was.

I was so, so glad to have this split sides sweater to accompany me to Tokyo. It's thin but cosy enough, and the best part is it "hangs" on me in just the perfect way.

And, oh my God, I finally own a fuzzy jacket and I am LOVING it. RM 40 in H&M sale, guys, can you even believe it?
I wish I could wear it here but I have a feeling that having it on in a place where the average temperature is 33 degrees, with super high humidity level, is just me asking for trouble. I feel faint even in a tee and cardigan sometimes here; that's just how hot Malaysia is. 

I'm mentally berating myself for not wearing this fuzzy baby more often when I was in Japan, because honestly, I love it so much.

Fuzzy jacket: H&M   |   Split sides sweater: H&M   |   Pants: Cotton On   |   Ankle booties: Forever 21


  1. Marilee (Judy) GramithNovember 05, 2016

    I LOVE this furry little jacket and would love to see it again!
    I'm just flipping through some of your older posts and enjoying your oufits Liyana.
    FYI Those Japanese girls have got nothing on you my dear!!!=)

    1. I love it SO MUCH toooooooooo!!! I always felt pretty whenever I had it on! Thank you for your last sentence there, it's so sweet of you, but I have to say, their style left me in awe - so original and SO CHIC. It's weird, I lived in Paris for a while but the infamous Parisian style didn't jive with me as much as the fashion of Tokyo peeps...

      Unfortunately it's too hot to wear the furry jacket here in Malaysia. But if I find out I get to go overseas, somewhere cold again, this jacket would be one of the first things I'd pack, for sure!


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