Actually even I can’t wait to see the rest of the photos. I started the series of “This what happens when a lot of free time happens” photos:))) Last time it happened in one of my favourite areas in Shanghai – the Bund! “Too touristy!!!” – you say!!!! I say: “Come there on weekend at 8am and you will be truly amazed by the absence of crowds”. That’s when you can really enjoy the scenery! So, more photos are coming soon:) XOXO from Shanghai
Photo by Vladimir Andriychuk
This what happens when a lot of free time happens:)) I had the whole morning and afternoon free last Sunday so decided to walk around Shanghai and take some photos with my friend and amazing photographer Vladimir Andriychuk. I finally decided to start my “Asian inspired” outfits posts. After living in China for so long I’ve became really interested in Asian fashion and I truly fell in love in certain pieces of traditional Asian fashion like kimonos and qipaos. This kimono is from one of the taobao stores, it gives the certain sophistication to even the most simple and casual look.
More photos are coming soon:) XOXO from Shanghai
Just imagine…it’s crispy and sunny August morning in Paris. It’s funny, I’ve never been there but it’s just enough to close my eyes and I see this city. Sitting in a small cafe, drinking coffee, eating fresh croissant and reading Vogue Paris. Do not hurry anywhere, do not worry about anything, but get fully soaked in a perfect moment….And crop top, light blue cigarette cut pants, Charlotte Olympia clutch and ankle wrap wedge espadrilles seem like a perfect outfit for such a day. Easy, laid-back with a hint of Parisian romanticism!!!
Continuing the Spring topic fever….I really like to add vintage vibe to my outfits. i like vintage and vintage inspired clothes. They have a great ability to change the mood of the whole outfit. I bought this vintage dress in one of my favourite vintage stores in Bangkok “Again&Again” and I’m in love with it since. I can pair it with hight heels and shoulder bags, wedges and totes, sneakers and leather backpacks and this dress still looks “appropriate”. This time I completed the look with Coach bag and EQ:IQ wedges. If you are ever in Bangkok, go to Room B1a, Market Place Thonglor 4, Sukhumvit 55
XOXO from Shanghai!
Have been experimenting with different colours this spring. I was always sure that my colour is definitely blue, just this colour and no other!!! And…guess what, I discovered that green looks good on me too:) I bought this top from one of the taobao stores and got completely in love with it, with it’s colour and comfortable it is. This time I paired them wide Zara pants (which unfortunately I trimmed too short, but love them so much, so still wear them) and vintage clutch from the flea market in Bangkok.
Happy Easter everybody!