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LOOK: Arci Muñoz brings her equally fashionable mom to Japan

/ 05:14 PM December 24, 2018

For actress and singer Arci Muñoz, the best way to celebrate the holidays is by bringing her fashionable mother Yolanda to Japan.

Muñoz made sure she remained in style during their trip to Osaka, wearing a blue and white collared shirt with stripes, a white Beavis and Butthead shirt, and a denim coat to battle the cold, as seen on her Instagram account on Dec. 18.


To welcome her mother to Osaka, the singer-actress took a photo of them together in front of the iconic Glico man, a signboard of a Japanese food company which features a man running.


She and her mom also explored the food scene the city is known for.

A visit to Osaka will not be complete without a trip to Universal Studios Japan. Because of the cold weather, Muñoz donned thick layers. Wearing a golden yellow knitted top, a plaid skirt, black tights, black boots, nude coat, nude gloves and a black beret, the cold did not stop her from showcasing her street style.

Her mother was equally fashionable in a long off-white trench coat, light wash jeans and black boots. Yolanda also had her first taste of butterbeer, a drink made popular by the fantasy book series “Harry Potter”.


During a trip to Aichi prefecture, Muñoz had the opportunity to feed pigeons. Despite the panic she felt while doing so, she still strived to keep her cool.

Muñoz and her mother opted for dark ensembles during their visit to Aichi’s capital, Nagoya. While Muñoz was chic in her black fur coat, black top, gray pants and black sneakers, her mother was a picture of grace in her gray scarf, black trench coat, black pants and black shoes.

“Twinning with my greatest fashion influence,” wrote Muñoz. “Love you okasan (mother)!” JB


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