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Hachiko

I have to admit that this outfit is also very casual and it basically the same outfit I wore in the post before but with a tiny twist. I think it turned out lovely and I felt very comfortable wearing it. Big bag helped me to carry everything I needed including stuff for the baby (because I seriously hate diaper bags, they look horrible!). The shorts look and feel great and I still can't help it but remind myself I found them in the boy section in Walmart. Still feels crazy abut i do think I have to admit I wear 12 year old boy size these days.
I took the photos in my personal favorite boba tea place in Cancun. Not only it's delicious, it's very geeky and stylish to be at. It is Hachiko Boba tea and the whole decor is about Hachiko the famous dog. I am also a big fan of their sweet waffles and ability to play jenga.


I was wearing:
Cuidado con el perro shoes, hat and top
walmart pants
lacoste bag
c/o Nordgreen watch
necklace is a gift from my parents
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Super cute shoes ! Love the background , gives off Japan vibes !!

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  2. Cute outfit and bag! And the boba tea cafe looks like great fun.
    Carol
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  3. Love your shoes 👟 so so nice & stylish. Always inspiring by your nice comfy OOTD. Thanks for sharing lots of OOTD ideas. Cheers Siennylovesdrawing

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  4. The boba tea place looks awesome, with great decorations, and I love your look.
    I have shopped in the kids' section before. Actually, one of my favorite tops is from there. Unless I tell people, nobody knows because kids' clothes can be quite stylish, too!

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  5. I love it - and I SO agree with the bag idea! I've never been a fan of the traditional diaper bag look. Although, a local company came out with a diaper bag that I did love - so much so that it turned into a day tripping bag for me and the pets even without a child in the mix lol But, it looks like a typical tote-style bag with all the perks of a diaper bag like a built in cooler pocket for snacks lol

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    1. I agree: inner pockets are cool. I found out there inserts to transform any bag into diaper-like bag, many options on amazon and the prices are pretty good too

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  6. Your outfit is both cute and casual. Great for this warm weather paired. I love the shoes too, they look stylish and work well with the rest of the outfit. I agree, diaper bags don't look the best.

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  7. Such a cute outfit and I never would have thought they were boys shorts - they look great on you! :)

    Hope you are having a good weekend :)

    Away From The Blue

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  8. What a cute outfit! It's so casual and comfortable, it's perfect for a relaxing day out!

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  9. The boba tea place looks super cute! Glad you were able to enjoy. This is a great outfit. I just love that hat!
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  10. I like how you put the outfit together.

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  11. I would also have a picture taken since I know the story! Man, Hachiko!

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  12. Cute photos! I like your outfit, especially the hat!

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  13. Love the getup dearie! Cutie hachiko with his movie is my fave :)

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  14. I felt the same about diaper bags when my kids were babies! I had a rather large purse I used instead that held everything I needed.

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    1. I also found out there inserts with pockets for women like us, who dislike the diaper bags. thankfully it's so much easier to stay yourself with a baby these days, and it gets better with every passing year!

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  15. You look so summer ish, very simple I love your hat

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  16. That's a great look for any day - a shame we can't see the bag or necklace

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  17. This is giving Kawaii vibes you look comfy!

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  18. I love how much you've been embracing comfortable and casual since you've moved to Mexico! You look happy, and that is simply wonderful. I don't have kids, but I imagine I would be like you in carrying something other than a diaper bag. They seem so bulky, awkward, and ugly.

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  19. This is awesome, the outfit look amazing and the background is a new style.

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  20. Awww. Nice concept for a boba tea place. We love Hachiko and we'd love to visit. :)

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