1/29/2017

THE UNEXPECTED MONOTONE LAYERING

The pairing of this black top and this white blouse was incidentally made
in a closet. They were just hung next to each other and happened to be
layered.
They made for such a chic look when worn together and was an unexpected
composition. The creativity for fashion has no limits or rules!





black top: J.W. Anderson(similar here)
white blouse: Stella McCartney(similar here&here)
pants: zara(here)
earrings: zara
bag: Chanel
booties: Sophia Webster(also love this pair!)


1/25/2017

EXCEEDED BUTTONS DRESS

Here's such an eyecatching yet so versatile dress I rotate lately.
Thanks to this zara discovery, cold mornings got a little sweeter.
Definitely a perfect piece for layering both as a dress and a coat(or a cardigan)!









dress: zara(here)
belet hat: no brand
necklace: Kenneth Jay Lane
bracelet: Ranjana Khan
ring: Chanel
bag: Fendi
boots: Chanel(here)


1/19/2017

IN CRISP AIR

With the shiny sky that came after freezing days, blue&white is perfect color combo.
The headpiece made of old scarves ads an interesting twist to this winter- pop attire.







top: Marni(here)
skirt: Maje(similar here)
headpiece: old scarves
bag: Nina Ricci
boots: Latitude(similar here)


1/13/2017

DOWN TO WORK AGAIN

The long holidays are over a week ago though, I still have
some dreamy mind like I'm lying on the beach.
Oh no, let my switch on! Busy days are coming again, piles of files on my desk,
does anybody know how to adjust down to work other than the well-taylored
jacket?






jacket: Maison Margiela 1(similar here)
cropped pants: Stunning Lure(here)
necklace: en Inde
bag: Chanel
shoes: Elizabeth&James(old)


1/05/2017

BEAUTY AND THE BEACH: TRAVEL REPORT FROM OKINAWA

Happy New Year!! Thank you so much for reading, I always appreciate
your support.

If you have already experienced the chaos of Tokyo or the tradition of
Kyoto or Kanazawa, I recommend you to add Okinawa onto your travel
wishlist.

Okinawa is in a word an orphic place. They believed that the land is protected by
the gods of nature that created the serene beauty here.




Oriental Hotel I stayed this time was breathtaking. Set on a spectacular
hilltop site overlooking the blue ocean. The intimate 14 pavilions have its
own private pool and uniterrupted sea views.