I prioritize comfort when I travel, and generally, I don't care about looking stylish in flight. I admire those who can look super polished, wearing shorts, mini skirts and heels. My sis doesn't belong to the heels and polished traveler category, but she'd be damned if she's caught traveling anything but in style.
...and for her, it's not only about the outfit. The bag, the luggage, the hat...everything's gotta be cool.
I love my old hair style... It's the remnants of the curly short bob I had...
The bit of curls at the end made styling very easy. Bundle everything into a low bun and I'd get pretty bottom curls. The fringe is a problem though...the expert stylist knew I cut my own messy fringe the moment he saw it. Opps...
I had to let the medium length hair go as lil' Marcus can now grab my hair... Plus, my hair always gets in the way and I have to live with an ugly pony tail most of the time... So, it's time to do something about it. The stylist recommended the most popular style for new moms... ...the messy bob. I know I look better with longer, curlier hair...but this has to do for now :)
Please excuse the grays...I won't be able to do any chemicals until at least 6 months later. The stylist taught me how to easily replicate what he did...let's see if I could do it ^_^'
If you're Indonesian, chances are...you've spent quite a bit of your childhood being carried in this Indonesian baby carrier, selendang batik. I think I spent most of my childhood being carried in one...in fact, my old nanny carried me on her back using this selendang while cooking and had my toe burnt by the stove while doing it. Ah...what fun!
My helper brought one selendang batik with her when she came to work for us...and it has work its magic. Its convenient, it helps us manage the baby's weight on our body, it gives us one free arm, and most importantly...little Marcus loves it! Being carried in selendang batik, he sleeps like...a baby ;)
Have you ever seen someone and thought...gosh, I wish I had her style/body/hair/etc?
That's exactly how I felt when I saw pictures of Tepi, I just had to ask her to guest star in my humble lil' blog. I love love LOVE her effortlessly chic, quirky sense of style, and her fantabulous curly hair (I'd have to sit for at least 5 hours in a salon to get my hair done that way, and for her, it's au naturel!).
I am a sucker for pretty glass and porcelain containers...and look what I've bought! The two glass containers are from Franc Franc, they were on sale!...and the heart shaped porcelain container with roses is from a random Hong Kong souvenir shop in one of those lanes of Central. All cheap, they prettify my home (that's not even a word?) and they keep my rubbish... disorganized (as I forgot what I put in them) ^_^'
The kicks I am currently lusting over...although I know these aren't so "me". Love the red, and love them more against my gray wall and my sis' leopard luggage. How should I wear these to make them "me"? Any ideas?
Arnold Palmer, HK$350, from Sportshouse, also available in silver, gold and purple.
Finally! I've always wanted to wear something sequined... and I love love LOVE this black vest...I was too excited to go out (went to attend a friend's birthday buffet lunch - I am a huge sucker for buffet), I forgot to photograph the back of the vest...it's lace!
z Kept everything black and gold, with a touch of red.
I know this look is more of a night look than day...but I just couldn't wait to wear something sparkly... What a girl to do?
Top = UNO, HK$20 Vest = Kwai Chung Plaza, HK$99 Leggings, shoes = H&M Bangles = Argyle Center, Mongkok Bag = i.t