Tuesday, January 31, 2012
One of my latest vintage catch, the belt pattern shirt. I love love love it!
Vintage glasses = my savior. I can get away with not wearing eye makeup by hiding behind them :)
Oh, you don't think so?
vintage shirt, jacket and glasses; monki skirt; steve madden boots
Friday, January 27, 2012
Sometimes I just love slapping stuff together. Vintage floral, stripes, tribal, navy...bring 'em on, pile 'em up!
I tried taking pictures with my iPhone in the dark too. As you can see, it didn't end up well :)
PS. I LOVE my new boots! They're from Bershka. So comfy, quite flattering and not expensive! LOVE!
Vintage dress, Zara stripey sweater, Uniqlo fleece jacket, H&M socks n bag, Bershka boots, unbranded glasses
Friday, January 20, 2012
I made him wear my granny cardi.
It's not a granny style cardi. It is really a cardi that I bought from a granny store ^_^
I love how warm and comfy grandma cardis are, and I love the multicolor sheen too!
And it costs only HK$79!
What a steal!
I meant to buy this cardi for Chinese New Year, but of course I couldn't wait and decided to wear it before CNY. So typical.
Have a fantastic Lunar New Year, may the water dragon bring everything fantastic this year :)
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
I'd totally blend in with the uncles who hang out around Ap Liu St Market Sham Shui Po...
I should take their pictures someday...they're so unbelievably chic! I got nothing on them.
Uniqlo hat, vintage shirt, SC's sweater, cotton on pants, converse, H&M bag, unbranded glasses
Wore this ensemble shopping for building materials around Shanghai St, MongKok with my sis
Friday, January 13, 2012
My new favorite! Very comfy cardi, perfect for 16-18C weather. I love the little tribal-esque detail on the shoulders..
The stripes on the sleeves...
And...I never thought I'd wear anything with fringe except my hair, but I am loving this one!
Unbranded cardi from Maple, SC's Uniqlo shirt, H&M socks, unbranded jeans, shoes, hat & glasses
Wore this ensemble to Korean BBQ lunch & shopping for building materials in Wan Chai ;)
Friday, January 6, 2012
It is one of my favorite places in Hong Kong. Supremely photogenic and colorful...but this time, I posted the pictures in black and white because.....................
...............I shot them in the wrong white balance and they were a pain in the ass to correct.
But if you love street and cultural photography, seafood, and need a little break from metropolitan Hong Kong, charge your camera battery, bring your favorite lens, use the correct white balance (ahem), and head to Tai O.
PS. I used Canon 7D + Canon 35mm f/2 for this trip
Here's how to get there:
Tai O Fishing Village, Lantau Island (Outlying Island)
1. Catch ferry from Central Pier 6 (MTR Hong Kong Station Exit E1. Walk through ifc mall) to Mui Wo, then bus 1 to Tai O.
2. MTR Tung Chung Station, then bus 11 from Tung Chung Town Centre.