Lace and Cherry blossom

Cherry blossom spring dress
Today we spent a little time in Tokyo, here in Wien. Not far from us, in the 19th district, there is a famous park called Setagaya, a very busy park by the photographers during the tulip tree and cherry blossom season. There are many bloggers or cosplayers whos making photos in the park, and of course a hundred of visitors making selfies with the flowers. (You can see them on the pictures in the background haha) The park was design by the japanese landscape gardener Ken Nakajima, because the district, where the park is twinned with the Tokyo district of Setagaya. Near the entrance, there is a stone engraved with the word Furomon what means “ageless gate” – which blends perfectly in the garden. When you are there it’s like you step out of the modern everyday life and also you sense the time in a different dimension, you don’t have the feeling that you have to rush, you are just enjoying your very great time in the park.
I was wearing my white lace dress, which is perfect in this season, it’s not too cold and not too warm and my black basic ballerina shoes. I love to combinate this dress with my acorn necklace whitch makes my set more lightsome.

Ma egy kicsit Tokyoban jártunk itt Bécsben. Nem messze tőlünk a 19. kerületben van a híres Setagaya park, amit ilyenkor tavasszal ellepnek a fotósok. Maga a kert egész évben gyönyörű, de március-április tájékén virágzanak a cseresznyefák és a tulipánfák, amelyek vonzzák a bloggereket, cosplayereket és azokat is akik csak egy selfiet akarnak lőni a virágok között.(A háttérben láthatjátok néha őket haha) A parkot Ken Nekajima japán tájépítész tervezte abból az apropóból, hogy a kerület testvérkerülete a tokyoi Setagaya kerület. A bejárat mellett található egy kő, amire a Furomon szó van vésve ami azt jelenti, hogy “kortalan kapu” – ami tökéletesen illik a kerte:  Egyrészt mintha visszamennénk az időben és kicsit kiszakadnánk a modern hétköznapokból, másrészt pedig mintha maga az idő múlása is más dimenzióba lépne, hiszen nincs az az érzés, hogy sietned kell, egyszerűen csak vagy és élvezed az ott eltöltött időt. 
A fehér csipkés ruhám volt rajtam, ami tökéletes a tavaszi időszakban, nem túl hideg és nem is túl meleg. A fekete basic balerinámmal kombináltam, valamint a kedvenc nyakláncommal, ami kicsit könnyedebbé tette a megjelenésemet. 
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Forever 21 dress // Primark shoes // F&F bag  // Topshop necklace
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14 Comments

  1. 4. April 2016 / 11:31

    OMG so so pretty, I cant even stop looking. Now I want to go there so badly, and I understand why so many people are there haha. Also you look great, lovely lace dress 🙂

  2. 4. April 2016 / 21:36

    Love your lace dress! So beautiful and Spring! You’ve made such amazing photos in the Setagaya park! Cherry blossom is amazing!

  3. 5. April 2016 / 1:55

    The background complements really well with your dress. I like it. I had my wife look at the dress and she loved it. Because we are tight on budget, what we may do instead is to buy the fabric and replicate what you wear.

  4. 5. April 2016 / 5:34

    Are those cherry blossoms? Always wanted to see them in Japan. Love your dress!

  5. 5. April 2016 / 5:59

    I love the cherry blossoms! It feels like new birth and happiness to me! The lace dress looks fantastic, too!

  6. 5. April 2016 / 9:34

    Gorgeous photos. The dress compliments the background so well

  7. 5. April 2016 / 10:09

    Wow! You're so lucky to be in Japan! The Cherry Blossoms are wonderful 🙂 so are you!

  8. 5. April 2016 / 21:51

    Stunning post I have always wanted to take photos in front of a cherry blossom backdrop. I love your necklace!

  9. 6. April 2016 / 4:42

    I love this dress! The flowers are awesome too! I think I might have to grab the dress for my oldest daughter.

  10. 6. April 2016 / 12:01

    I am in love with that dress! It looks like the perfect summer outfit that you could dress up or dress down 🙂

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