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Hey guys,

Anyone right here know learn how to say howdy in Japanese? From what Max tells me it’s “konichiwa”, however hopefully you guys can train me extra phrases on the meet up this Saturday 3:45pm in entrance of the Hachikō statue subsequent to Shibuya crossing! Feel free to convey your mates as a result of I’ve a very humorous Tik Tok concept that we are able to all make collectively! Make positive to convey your umbrellas! I’m so excited to satisfy all of you so let me know within the feedback in case you’re going to be coming!

So it’s nonetheless November, which suggests I get to put on my favourite fall outfits and sweaters! Last week I pushed myself somewhat too exhausting and received the flu, however that meant I had extra time at residence whereas I used to be recovering to undergo my closet and set up issues. I put a bunch of fall impressed appears collectively utilizing a few of my previous piece and some fundamentals that I discovered second hand on-line. Anyone else right here wish to go thrift or classic procuring? In March Max determined that he wouldn’t purchase any extra new garments besides boxers and socks (fortunately). He does all of his procuring on an app or on-line and every part he’s discovered is pre-owned so I made a decision to begin doing the identical! Who else has began shopping for pre-owned?

I used to be pondering in December earlier than I depart city I can ask a couple of of my associates to go classic procuring and if any of you guys wish to be a part of us we are able to do all of it collectively. I’m positive a few of you might have heard of Beacons Closet in Greenpoint or Buffalo Exchange? Those are nice locations to look. Since I’m all the time on the street I like to make use of ThredUp, which is without doubt one of the largest on-line classic outlets, you guys ought to positively test it out and you should utilize my code THINKTWICE on their web site for 30% off. They have nice items on there and actually I discovered a bunch of my fundamentals there that weren’t too costly that I can put on all yr. In this video I wished to point out you the way I type a few of my new classic items and 5 important that I feel everybody wants of their closet for the Fall. I’m planning on doing a winter trend haul or favorites video in preparation for the vacations, so let me know what you guys would really like me to check out!

For the subsequent two weeks I’m going to be touring Japan beginning in Tokyo. Last time Max and I attempted to spend time right here we needed to depart as a result of I needed to shoot an Express marketing campaign in New York, however this time we’ve blocked out two weeks and nothing goes to get in the way in which. If you guys are maintaining with me on instagram I’ll be certain to share a few of my favourite sizzling spots, my favourite locations to take photos in Tokyo, and many FOOD PICTURES! I can’t wait to go to all of the classic outlets and see if I discover something particular!

Thanks guys for being right here with me as we speak! I’m so excited to see all of you on Saturday! I’m going to be making a Tokyo vlog so if there are any locations you assume I ought to go to remark them down under. I hope all of you subscribed and joined our neighborhood! If you might have be certain to activate publish notifications and provides this video a giant thumbs up!

Love you guys!



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Look 1
• White Sweater from Forever 21 at Thredup
• Gucci Belt:
• Acne Dark blue Jeans:
• Frankie Shop Camel Coat
Look 2
• Zara plaited costume at ThredUp
• Dr Martens High Boots:
• Camel Cardigan Aritzia related:
• YSL little bag
Look 3
• Oversized Vintage blazer at ThredUp
• White wool turtleneck:
• ReDone Blue Jeans:
• Brown Nordstrom belt
Look 4
• Camel sweater by SamsoeSamsoe:
• White Madewell denims at ThredUp
• Gucci Belt
• Prada bag
Look 5
• Silk high at Thredup
• Leather pants Frankie Shop
Look 6
• White ReDone tank high:
• Gap baguette bat at Thredup
• Closed blue denims:

5 Fall Essentials

Nr 1.
-Brown ReDone Jeans:
-Closed wool coloration sweater:

Nr 2.
Knitted costume from Song by Style at Revolve:
Zara excessive Boots

Nr 3.
1. Camel Sweater Samsoe Samsoe

Nr 4.
2. White ankle Boots Thursday Boots:

Nr. 5
3. Maje Leather Skirt:
4. Black Bomber jacket Acne:

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  1. This felt so sponsored/corporate compared with your usual content which usually feels honest and real. I would love to see more fashion videos, but not if they are just advertisements.

  2. Hi Sanne! I'm your Japanese fan who always enjoy your videos😝As a Japanese, I feel like it is still better to say "Konichiwa" in any kind of events. Because I see many actresses and models saying "Konichiwa" at all kinds of events. And there aren't really alternative words for "Hello" such as "Hi", "What's up" etc. But obviously, we don't say "Konichiwa" to our Because it can sound a little distant. So, these are some of the words that I say when I see my friends
    -"Yahoo" ヤッホー "hey"
    -"Hisashiburi" 久しぶりー!” Long time no see!"
    -"Genki?" 元気? "How are you?"
    -"Ohayou" おはよう ” Morning"
    -"Hajime mashite" 初めまして "Nice to meet you"
    I hope this will help you in some way. And I didn't know that there will be a meet up this Saturday!!!! I think I'll be there with my friend!😊

  3. reading your lovely letter/note in the description box made me feel so warm and fuzzy.
    thank you!

    really enjoyed this video! i love vintage/thrifting videos!

  4. Hi Sanne, I larned Japanese for 6 months Ohayo ko-sei-mus which means good morning / Kom ban wa – good evening. Arigato ko sei mus – Thank you very much in Japanese : )

  5. thanks for fashion look book . i always find winter hard to dress up , contrasting most people who think its easier when you can lay up. idk i feel winter make u feel heavy when u stack clothes up and hide your beautiful clothes with your coat. i still find it hard haha

  6. Ah wanna borrow that plaid Zara dress!! So wish we lived near each other lol! I imagine you’d be the nicest friend to chill with. (I’m a girl btw lol)


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