Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Show Love to an Open Back Top?

I think I have done a lot of looks with white tops, but never for an open back top until now?

This open back knit caught my eyes on the gram and I have been searching it for so long. I could not find it in one of the glassons stores close to me, so I finally got it from another. I just cannot give it up, could I?

You know my personal style is always casual but to put something really ME. Neutral colours are what casual means to me. But detailing and comfy are what I have been pursuing. The Khaki pants I got from Zara matches well with the white top. Not to mention the boots are from my favourite brand Tony Bianco.

Wherever you go, wear something that speaks for you and make you comfortable. It tells who you are before you even speak.

This whole outfit was done in wellington point (at the jetty). Just because so many of you asked on Instagram so I decide to give some information in this post. This is one of my getaway location when I feel really stressful or even very depressing. I have this emotional resolution that once I come by the ocean side and sit for some time, everything negative would gone. They also have a cafe just by the cornor you could sit and relax. You could try my resolution if something ever bothers. It might help!

*Outfit: Top from Glassons
Pants from Zara
Boots from Tony Bianco
Earrings from Verge Girl
Sunglasses from Dior

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

How to Wear Your Maxi Skirt for Winter and Summer

I've been owning this skirt for alomost 5 years and I am still in love with it. My value and belief with clothing is that they should not just been worn once and quality is the key. Please do not let trend own you, you should own a style. For me, I like to wear skirt for both summer and winter. With limited budget, I encourage girls to spend money on basic piece with higher quality and fine detailing. This skirt I got from The Fifth Label 5 years ago is still on duty. It goes well with either a cashmere top during autumn/winter, or a crop top in summer. I'd also like to layer a crop tank inside a cashmere top during spring season, so I could pull the cashmere when it's a bit chill and take it off during the heat hours in the afternoon.

Would you like to copy this look?xx

*Outfit: Crop top from Glassons
Cashmere knit from Everlane
Skirt from The Fifth Label


Thursday, October 10, 2019

Blooming Denim

Ar--hhhha! Have you noticed that I wear this outfit for my bush horse-riding few months ago?

Well, same but not the same. I paired the denim shirt with a cashmere knits that time when it was still winter in Queensland (I don't even know whether we own winter or not). But it's currently the transition time from Spring to Summer, so I'll match a mustard tank inside to pop the whole denim look. It's super casual and weather friendly. No matter is a chill spring or autumn, you can copy it without making a mistake.

Love ya.xx

*Outfit: Long sleeve shirt from H&M
Jeans from Everlane
Belt from Witchery
Tank from The Fifth Label


Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Sunset Lover

If you never ever heard the name of Adrian Norris and Edwina Forest, you must have heard the big name Aje. The duo behind the label again rocked the runways with fluid and feminity this season, and defined how a summer could be well-spent with its design.

Originated from Noosa back in 2005, the prelife of Aje was a designer store that selling clothing of many Australian designers called Strada. Later on, to appeal to the market need, Strada started to produce its own clothing and that was how Aje had its life. If you see the reason why Adrina made Aje live, you’ll see why the design of Aje has so much casual and holiday elements, but yet blend into the city life so well. Because you do not want to buy one piece of clothing just to wear it for once when you spend holiday in Noosa, but keep it in your wardrobe forever when you return your 9-to-5 life. You still would like to wear it from time to time. That is how Aje able to fill the gap in the market, and with Ed. joining the label for its business side, it earned its success among numerous young brands.

Like Adrina himself said, he and Ed. both love beautiful things, but he will not make beautiful things unless there’s a reason. The connection between the designer and its customer defines the direction of its business. As a big fan and customer of a brand, I love beautiful things, but I will not put my money in their pocket unless there is a reason. The value of Aje expresses myself for me, that’s why I’d always like to be supportive, since it builds a connection with me. For the last few years, Aje has led an attention to some of the most surreal and magical sites of its motherland--Australia, as well as speaking for its culture. For the SS19, it headed back to where everything started, the iconic ocean side of surfers paradise. The fluid style and hyper colour made the collection a highlight, a holiday makes you believe that is worthy spent with Aje’s design.

I was lucky enough to shoot for their runway back to August in the MBFF Brisbane, and fell in love with their sunset dress at the first sight. With this sunset dress, you do not necessarily need to fly all the way to Bali to get yourself into the holiday vibe. I am all holiday ready once I pull it on. Don’t you see me ready for a Pina colada already?

Outfit: Dress from Aje
Sneakers from Gucci
Bag from Gucci
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