To whoever come accross my blog,
This blog is nothing much of a deal to compare with all other amazing fashionistas from all over the world. I started this as a project for my class and I truly never thought that I am good enough for a being a fashion blogger. However, I promise myself to keep this running because I appreciate every single person who cheer me up and believe in me. I am very open to any suggestions, collaborations, or anything. Just send me an email at email@example.com.
This is my very first post for this year. I wish all my friends, viewers a great 2013 (this maybe late but better than never).
With this first post, I am doing a mix-match with the green crosses velvet skirt from ROMWE
I missed the beautiful snowing sceens this year since I was in California over the break. SanFrancisco made up for the beautiful snow though.
//Oversized Ann Tayler Cardigan from Goodwill
//Head-scarf made by just a long scraf that wrap around the head
//Green turtleneck from GAP
I really like GAP turtleneck because of the soft matertial.
This look might not be the best choice for an everyday school look but sometimes just mess it up and have little fun. That won't hurt, will it?
Look2: Smile can lie but not the eyes, so hide them.
//Beanies from American Apparel
//T-shirt from Yesstyle.com
//Platform shoe from ASOS
This is my personal favorite style, I do like matchy look for a daily basic wear and green have been my favorite color since I was young, but now Red and Gold took over.
Look3: Velvet and Plaid
//Vintage earings (on the collar)
//Outterwear by BDG.
//American Eaggle T-shirt
//Platform by ASOS
The 3rd look can be great for hangout with friends for a movie. By the way, Les Miserable is a must-watch.
//Knitted Collar by me
//Floral sleeveless shirt from my mom when she was 20
//Red bowtie belt from Forever 21
//Knitted onesize cardigan
//Cute sock from Forever 21
//Platform by ASOS
The last look is a perfect outfit for the upcoming Spring by combination of the current trending Velvet.