dress Mercuryduo runway OP, pumps Ingni, tights from Japan (courtesy of uponwitchee)
In every Spring, lace and pastels are indispensable. If you consider yourself a sweet and girlish lady with retro fashion sensibilities, allow me to introduce you some more girlish outfits to you. Sometimes Asian fashion has more feminine details and you may want to incorporate some of them in your wardrobes!
clutch Titty & Co Novelty Fair// booties, bag and cardigan Allamanda// skirt set Secret Magic// (all courtesy of Uponwitchee)
You've never seen me in such cute outfits, but this time I'm modelling for my university friend's boutique selling Japanese clothes targeting at younger girls, so I'm detaching myself a bit from my cup of tea (usually more elegant) to younger and more girlish materials. :) I've shot more outfits and you may see them coming soon!
Kung hei fat choi! Here we are, on the first day of Chinese New Year- our biggest festival!!! Obviously the pink and red pretty much summarize everything about this festival - at one point or another, all of us need love, health and luck, and the list is ever-expanding...
I'm wearing my new white lace dress, it goes without saying that all new dresses should be finally exposed under the sun in this joyful festive season.
Family means the most to us, if you know Chinese, the word "nation" in Chinese means kingdom + family. Well the bone-chilling temperature sometimes has its upsides - hotpot with parents, radish cakes, red packets and purring with my kitty (blanketed!) around the sofa - I'm oh so grateful ;-P
After years and years of experience, we've learnt to just uphold the I-don't-give-a-darn attitude. But then, if no emotions are involved, and we lose that sensitivity to sentimental moments, will I still feel my heartbeat? Will I still call it life? I've been running, I mean literally running, just because I want my heartbeat to race.
L.G. Coat and collar, Max & Co. booties, Anna Sui tote and Chanel earrings
Ok...right. I can't resist wearing this pair of shoes. This can be my Lady Look Part II, perhaps you can see this ensemble watching an aged 60s drama. There's more to this collar-embellished beauty than meets the eye - the lace is soft, sophisticated and well-made. Let's not limit this romance chic to only our wardrobes and hope you all will enjoy a romantic moment like this like I do. xx
In case you're a cat lover (which I know many of you are), take a peek at the Mannings video which I've been watching over and over again. Enjoy kittens! x
I wore... a dress with belt from Naze mi, Muse necklace ,Coup De Foudre oxford heels, Miu Miu bag and Chanel earrings.
The recent D&G incident at Canton Road has triggered off the massive HKese-Mainlander conflict. It's true that with the economic growth of China, thousands of mainlanders bring cash and buy up to 10 Louis Vuitton bags, a dozen of Prada shoes and endless high-end items per visit as Hong Kong has no sales tax and has a good reputation of selling authentic products in Southeast Asia. Consequently, all shops are dominated by mainlanders and salespeople start ignoring HK customers. This time, a D&G salesperson prohibited a HKese to take pics of its window display while allowing the mainlanders to do the same, causing a few thousand HKers to stand up for their rights in front of the D&G shop in Tsim Sha Tsui. Personally, with a HKese identity and a bit of conscious or unconscious post-colonial mentality, I have to admit we have not been 100% agglomerated with mainlanders. There must be cultural differences - the way we act, we talk and we buy...
They do bring huge economic profits to HK. Many said that HK has lost its edge, and if it had not been for the mainladers, the LV shop in Canton Road wouldn't have been the LV shop with the highest sales in the whole world with a long long queue storefront. I did not attend the D&G protest this time, but is this how we're going to feel the cultural collage of both cultures in the next 10 years?
Refer to the news article here. How do you feel about this?
I was wearing a skirt from a local store, 2% leather jacket, Tie Rack scarf, Alexander McQueen booties, Chanel bag, Gucci sunnies, YSL and Artini rings.
I'm looking forward to having a party - not just "partying", Lady Gaga's music in a giving-me-an-heart-attack volume just disturbs my conversations with friends. Just an intimate one, with a few closest friends, dressing up and sharing laughters and having nice food. It sounds pretty much like a dream in HK, because our apartments are really tiny (check the price! $6 million HKD for a 500sq metre) and public areas are really crowded (check the population! 7 million in 1,095 sq. km) - A wide variety of entertainments, not enough intimacy.
I am wearing a dress I got from a local store, coat from Perfect, Max & Co. booties, Chanel bag, Gucci sunnies and YSL ring.
I sort of find out that, body and soul are two seperate units, although one may be affecting the other...
I was wearing a blouse and trousers from Zara, pumps from Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu bag, Polo Jack glasses, Tiffany & Co. bracelet and Artini ring.