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Hey sweeties!

How pretty are these kimonos? These pics are from Kyoto, from when we visited Fushimi Inari Shrine (see more posts from the shrine here and here). These two cute girls were sitting and chatting in front of a small lake and looked so pretty 🙂

I’m meeting a friend for dinner soon and then we’re going to a jazz event so I need to get dressed now. I just wanted to say hi 🙂

I hope you’re having a beautiful day! I’ll talk to you tomorrow ♥

Love,
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5 Comments

  1. Beautiful look. The kimonos are amazing and so vintage. This culture belongs to Japan and there are amazing. Imagine a kimono dress in Paris.

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