I’ve styled this faux-leather biker jacket in all possible ways I can imagine and just the other day, I thought it would be fun to not only wrap around this plaid shirt around my waist, but to wear it almost as a skirt.
Wild Leopard Coat and Standout Creeper from Forever21, Custom fitted shirt, Overlay woven t-shirt from Soulland, Clear blue sunglasses from Oscar Magnuson
One of my favourite things about dressing up in fall/winter seasons is layering.
While New York Fashion Week is full on blast, it’s been rather calm and serene in Vancouver. The rain has come back (after days of freezing sunshine). I don’t think I’ve been happier to see the rain pour again.
Hello guys!!! I know it’s been a long while since my previous post, and as per usual — life is busier than ever! But hey, it’s all good! I’ve been working on a lot of new interesting projects and I can’t wait for you all guys to hear about it.
The super awesome team at H&M Canada sent me a little gift including this lovely tote bag from their recent collaboration with Isabel Marant. Everything else i’m wearing you’re probably familiar with already (If you’ve been following my blog).
I purchased my first ever NIKE trainers last summer and I can not stop wearing them!
Repurposed and screenprinted vintage HANES sweater.
I have been on the easy dressing and minimal styling lately, but every now and then I like to accessorize myself — maybe a little too much.
Transitioning to fall is always very tricky for me and when you’re in Vancouver, weather can be very unpredictable. Fall is my favourite season and this sweater from American Apparel is definitely a perfect piece transition piece.
I was invited to do a collaboration project with snaptee, a super cool mobile application that lets you create your own personalized t-shirt.
Sadly, I couldn’t make it to New York Fashion Week this season, but that doesn’t stop me from being in the NYFW spirit
Someone pointed out the socks are very reminiscent of ‘Spiderman’ which made me laugh a little bit
The classic Black and White worn in the summer.
It seems like that’s been the rotation of my summer essential. I find that my summer looks this year has been very easy and simple. I like easy to throw on garments while staying true to my style. This look is casual, and very easy to pull off.
ClearlyContacts launched its first ever offline store on Robson St. Vancouver. Find out what I wore after the jump!
I literally put on what I could gather from my closet as fast as I can. The result is a little different from what I would normally wear. Regardless, I went with it and just rocked it — like the coolest 90s baby than I am.
This is a fun little number I wore on my first few days in New York.
I have been itching to wear this glittered socks from TOPSHOP but I haven’t found the perfect time to sport them out.
I don’t usually go with turtlenecks because of a childhood trauma I had wearing them. My mom used to dress me in wool turtlenecks that would make my neck itch — not the cutest look.
St. John Blazer, Shirt by MadeTailorCustom, and Cuff-bracelet from Merrin & Gussy
Vintage St. John Blazer from USED, High Waist Shorts (Bleached Denim) and Knit Tank (Bone) by COTTE D’ARMES
As you may already know from my previous entry, I wore this look for the ManRepeller event at Secret Location last week. The jeans are from my sister, shirt from TopMan, coat from Zara, clutch by Fe, Necklace by Johanna N, and bracelet from Pilgrim via BloggersWardrobe.
The weather has been quite a challenge for me lately as it’s been raining more often than not. But then again, I shouldn’t be surprised. It rains a lot where I live and everyone knows that. I have been into a lot of colors again lately. I’m starting to notice I’ve had a pretty dark […]
Cat eye sunglasses have been hitting runways and fashion streets for a long while now and I thought I’d finally give it a try. I never intended it to be, but it seems like I always adapt a certain trend when everyone is tired of it already, just right before it dies — and I […]
I guess a new outfit post is long time overdue, so here it is — me again.
Sunglasses from OscarMagnuson, necklace from JohannaN and leather iPhone case from Nic&Mel via BloggersWardrobe
Blazer, Shorts and Belt from Zara / Shirts from H&M / Shoes from ASOS / Sunglasses from Oscar Magnuson via BloggersWardrobe
Hat from Forever21 / T-shirt from H&M / Jeans from Zara kids / Necklace by JohannaN, shoes from LOFT82.
I’m starting to fear that summer this year will be so late again, or even worst, it might not come at all. But that will not stop me from dressing up like I’m about to hit a beach party, or hop on a cruise for that summer escape of my life.
Sweater and Shirt – thrifted from Community Thrift Store / Shorts – DIY from mom’s capri / Necklace from JohannaN
I can’t help but think of this look as something I’d wear if I were tasked to fix a broken elevator, or to change auto body parts — very blue collar chic (and still very gay).
Summer is finally approaching. I can foresee I’ll be a bit more inspired to play dress up.
When wearing animal print (specially leopard print), there’s a very thin line between tacky and classy — I’d like to think this is a good example of how you can pull it off without looking like you came from cougar-town.
Well hello there refreshing mint. I got these sweater from my mom’s closet 3 years ago (as you may have seen from this look) glad to have mint hit a major trend, it saves me from another shopping trip. Meanwhile, I am currently *INLOVE* with this OSCAR MAGNUSON spectacles. I just think they […]
Summer is almost here. I can’t wait — it seems like forever. I’m getting very impatient and tired of layering. I’m also tired of catching a cold because I’m never dressed warm enough.
I do love the high-contrasting on this outfit. This look features sunglasses from BonLook, belt from tie-ups and Jeans from LuckyBrand.
This look is a bit casual than what I usually would go for. Still keeping my own twist by buttoning the shirt all the way (I just like my shirt button all the way up all the time). It’s no secret I have a huge crush on Sean O — so why not do a […]