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Long Fall Overcoat

Long Fall Overcoat

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One of the most magical parts about Tokyo is without a doubt Shinjuku Golden Gai. It's so easy to get lost in one of the view places in the city that still feels like "old Tokyo". It’s insane to think that these streets and shops are still around after all these years. In the 50’s it was known for prostitution, but now is home to many bars and restaurants.

Today, the weather was getting a bit brisk and crisp so I opted for one of my most cherished overcoats. This Norse Projects wool coat is easily an essential in my closet. The quality is so spectacular and it fits me like a glove. I also really enjoy the length. It's a little longer so it makes a difference as the temperature starts to go down.

I decided to wear my wool trousers by You Must Create. They are the perfect length and sit right above my Common Projects sneakers. I really enjoy the way they feel and how easily I can maneuver in them. You gotta be able to keep up with the street traffic in Tokyo. Pairing all of these items together make a simple, yet very distinguished outfit that is fitting for Fall. 


Travel Guides: Japan

Travel Guides: Japan

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Editorial: Japanese Shrines and Temples