Hot girl summer has officially ended. This might be a sad news to some but for others it means reviving your wardrobe and getting ready for new season trends. Instagram is currently filled with endless fall outfit ideas and layering opportunities. What might be surprising, however, is how many of these fashion favorites can be found on Amazon. More and more bloggers and influencers are copping fashion forward pieces on the retailing giant, and we're so here for it. Here are the best Amazon fashion finds we discovered on Instagram this week. San Diego blogger Jen kicks off this list in a simple yet classic outfit. She paired an$18 black high-waist denim skirt with a $10 grey bodysuit, both found on Amazon. She finishes off the look with a Halogen cream cardigan and black thigh-high boots from Goodnight Macaroon. Her Instagram interiordesignerella will have you coming back for more fall inspiration. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next From a $20 floral kimono to comfy … [Read more...] about From a $9 leopard print skirt to cozy blanket scarves, the best Amazon fashion finds we’ve seen on Instagram this week
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The NYPD police officer who made the first arrests in the Central Park Five investigation has condemned Netflix's drama When They See Us as 'lies' and said it puts the lives of cops and prosecutors at risk. Eric Reynolds, who as a plainclothes officer arrested Raymond Santana and Kevin Richardson, tells DailyMailTV that the four-part television adaptation is so filled with errors that it is 'malicious recreation'. He described the miniseries, produced by Robert De Niro and Oprah Winfrey and directed by Ava DuVernay, as 'total nonsense' that left him 'flabbergasted'. Reynolds retired in 2001 after a 20-year career where he rose to Detective Third Grade and earned department recognition multiple times for his police work. He spoke out after an outcry in the wake of the series led to prosecutors Linda Fairstein and Elizabeth Lederer losing publishing contracts, board seats and lecturing roles. Reynolds, 59, rejected criticism of the investigation, prosecution and … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘When They See Us is LIES.’ NYPD cop who arrested two of the Central Park Five says they DID attack jogger and forensic evidence proves it – and showing police and prosecutors as racist is putting lives at risk
By Manami Miura, award-winning sake sommelier at the Ginza Kimijimaya liquor store, instagram.com/sakephygram My city in a nutshellTokyo is a city of gigantic proportions: 47 neighbourhoods slotting together like parts of an elaborate puzzle, home to more than 4,000 shrines and temples, 6,000 parks, and 300,000 restaurants (10 times as many as New York). Quiet shrines stand near neon-lit electronics shops, and serene parks edge up against alleyways lined with late-night ramen bars. But it wasn’t always this way: in the 1600s, when Tokyo was still called Edo, it was nothing but a tiny fishing village, until the shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu decided to build a castle here. In 1868, it was made the capital, and it is now among the largest cities in the world. If you do one thingAsk 100 people what to do in Tokyo and you’ll probably get 100 different answers. I tell people to walk around Ginza. This central neighbourhood is one of Japan’s wealthiest postcodes, where glossy … [Read more...] about The insiders’ guide to Japan’s Rugby World Cup cities
We are in the ancient Imperial city of Kyoto, Japan’s cultural and spiritual heartland, in the last days of cherry blossom season. My husband and I and our two daughters, aged four and three, are en route to one of the country’s most iconic temples, Kinkaku-ji – the Golden Pavilion. Japan had been on our bucket list for a while – and front of mind recently, with the Rugby World Cup and Tokyo Olympics next year. The cruise includes daily excursions but passengers can also organise their own trips, such as a visit to Himeji castle, above I had visited before but what held us back from returning was how hard long-haul travel can be with kids – never mind the culture shock of Japan itself. Then there was the lightbulb moment: we realised the best way to tackle a destination as challenging as Japan was by cruise ship. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The world's most unusual borders revealed: Spain's 'mini... Never sit next to … [Read more...] about The tour of Japan that’s child’s play: There’s only one thing you need to make taking two small children to the Far East easy… a ship!
Winning tip: architectural gems, Hakodate This summer I visited Hakodate, on the southernmost point of Hokkaido. On steep hills overlooking the harbour is the area where the outside world set up trading and diplomatic missions following the end of policy of isolation in the mid-19th century. You find colonial-style European architecture mixed with Japanese features such as sliding doors, painted scrolls and pine tree bonsai. There is even the sound of church bells from a Russian orthodox church. These buildings feel unique, not just within Japan but the world. You can go inside many of them to learn more: we visited the former British consulate for just over £2, to see historical exhibits, preserved rooms and a well-kept rose garden. Will The Lion Café, Tokyo The Japanese reverence for high-quality recorded music finds an outlet in classical music listening cafes. One of the oldest is Meikyoku Kissa Lion, the Lion Cafe, opened in 1926. It is in the sleaziest part of Shibuya, … [Read more...] about Cultural highlights of Japan: readers’ travel tips