Travel Style: What I Packed and Wore in Japan
If you follow me on Instagram, you have already seen a peek at my recent Japan and Bali trip. This trip was a pandemic reschedule centered around the destination wedding of two of my longtime dear friends. I was over the moon to be invited to their rescheduled wedding, be able to attend, and plan out a two week Asia trip around it. Our itinerary included time in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Bali. You can read my Tokyo travel log here, my Kyoto travel log here, and please stay tuned for a Bali travel log coming soon.
You have seen these outfits in my blog and social media posts, and today I want to share details on what I packed and wore during our late November Japan trip. The weather was honestly perfect for late fall and early winter, with sunshine and temperatures in the mid 50's F during the day (12ish deg C) and low 40's F at night (5ish deg C). It was perfect layering weather! We split our week between Tokyo and Kyoto, using the bullet train to move between the two cities, so we wanted to keep our luggage fairly light for the journey. I packed a mini capsule of pieces in neutral black, tan, and white hues in my usual luggage combo of my Tumi 19" Aluminum International Carry-On Case and my Tumi Voyageur Contine Weekender Laptop Bag. Please continue on to see photos of my outfits along with links to either exact pieces or similar current alternatives.
This final outfit is what I wore to our dear friends' wedding in Kyoto. I was so happy to see and catch up with friends we haven't seen in several years that I completely forgot to take typical outfit photos! However, I had to share this beautiful velvet dress that is perfect for a winter wedding. While the black is sold out, there is a gorgeous pink still available and linked above. A dress like this is a statement on its own and all I did was style it with my Celine Triomphe belt and Louboutin Pigalle 100 heels.
You can scroll through the widget below to see exact or similar pieces that I packed for our week in Japan:
What are your favorite pieces to pack for a winter vacation? Please don't hesitate to leave me a comment below to let me know. Thank you for visiting my blog today and I hope you have a restful weekend!