I brought the most basic of Aya basics on the trip because it's just a week, but I do get a big ol' sartorial bonus: my mom brought home OzzOn (website down for maintenance. not helpful, guys!) clothes from Japan for me!
Here are the website photos of the jacket and camisole I wanted:
Here I am after reassuring my family I would have come to visit them even if I wasn't picking up the sweetest of sweet fashions from Japan:
|Still seeking camisole. Will not rest until it is found.|
Last month when I was taking a break from
The brand has so much detail in its clothing. The zippers are matte black. The little buttons have raised dragons on them that match the collar embroidery. There's extra stitching at the elbow to help the jacket crimp where you bend your arm. The only pity's the jacket is a summer lightweight piece, not lined and padded like I'd expected for San Francisco life.
I think this is the first outfit I've worn on the blog that has no thrifted items. I should have pointed this out to my family. They might have been excited, since normally my thrifting habits garner gentle exhales and whatever the subtle Japanese equivalent of eye-rolling is.
My OzzOn dress is going to be featured tomorrow. :D (Spoiler: it's fabulous and makes me excited.) Does your family travel and bring cool things back? What was/is your favorite birthday gift?
Jacket: OzzStock website
Tank top: Roots (old)
Jeans: 7 for all mankind dojo style (gift)