Camel Coat Three Ways

Now that I'm back in Tokyo, I can't wait to relive the good times I had in my previous trips, and make new memories!

Let's not forget the winter moments I had in possibly my best coat acquisition evah: the long varsity-style camel coat. Putting photos of the three times I was in this coat side by side really shows how lighting plays such a big part in taking good photos, doesn't it? Anyway, they are all the exact same coat, in case you're wondering. 

I styled this coat quite differently each time but I personally like the one on the left the most; I really like the laidback yet bright layered look.
And also because there's a 'The Matrix' vibezzz thing going on there.

Speaking of pop culture references, my younger brother probably likes the one on the right, because he thinks I look like a Jedi (and he's kind of correct, and that's cool with me).

But I'm wondering: which of these three looks is your favourite, and most likely to wear yourself?

Photos from these original post, left to right: Long Camel Varsity @ Tokyo StationThe Cat's MeowBelted Varsity Coat


  1. Darling you look absolutely beautiful!! That coat just looks gorgeous and it is so versatile!!! I think my FAVE look is the first!!! Just because I adore denim and leopard print hehe!! Fab post darling !

    1. I adore denim and leopard print, too! Thank you so much, Saira =)

  2. That is a tough question...hmmmm....
    Probably the first look as I love your leopard scarf and the touch of denim.
    But, I would (very) happily wear the lot!
    Camel looks so good with black, doesn't it?

    1. Camel DOES look good with black! I don't know why, but it's not that easy to find a good piece of weather-appropriate camel anything in Malaysia. Perhaps it's due to the tropical-ness?


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I'm a modest blogger based in Malaysia. Here on The Good Weekender, you can find journals of my evolving modest personal style, based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest, and doing it all on a budget.