My Travel Wardrobe for Japan

My Travel Wardrobe for Japan

If you follow me on any social media, FacebookTwitterInstagram our even Bloglovin’, you know I’m currently in Japan. Which is also why my posts appear at random at strange times of the day 😀 I had to put a bit of thought into what to pack for half a month trip to the other side of the world and I think my travel wardrobe is pretty spot on. Good enough to be Instagramed and comfortable enough to enjoy my time in Japan.

It’s around 30°C in Japan at the moment, late August/beginning of September, so most of my clothes are shorts and light shirts. I love Gap and their distressed denim shorts and if I could, I’d probably wear them for the entire two weeks. They’re comfortable, because denim is a bit softer and I can plonk myself down wherever without worrying about getting dirty. I also packed a white and light blue pair, both Gap, so I’ve enough shorts to change. The next pair are Banana Republic Bermuda shorts, which I packed just in case I’ll have to cover more of my legs to go into temples. But I shouldn’t worry about that, as I’ll explain in one of the next posts.

My Travel Wardrobe for a two week trip around Japan

 

Most of my tops on this trip come from Zara and I don’t mind that most have longer sleeves, especially because I burn so quickly. The good thing about them is that they don’t have a big cleavage, because it looks like women in Japan don’t expose that part. Showing legs is fine, but plunging neckline appears to be less so.

My Travel Wardrobe for a two week trip around Japan

 

I can’t travel without dresses, so I packed three, a Banana Republic one for going out in the evening, a day Jack Wills dress and a Zara off the shoulder one, which served me well in NYC too.

My Travel Wardrobe for a two week trip around Japan

 

I mostly wear my Levi jeans in the evenings, but I have a pair of white ones too.

And two jumpers, just in case. And a light Zara bomber jacket are a part of my travel wardrobe too.

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