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GEOMETRIC HOUR

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Clear Aviator: Asos |  Earrings: Kenneth Jay Lane |  Sweater: Gap |  Denim Jacket: American Eagle | Slit Skirt: Banana Republic (short version and similar) |  Boots: Steve Madden

Accessorizing is so important even though you are well dressed up with nice outfits! Recently I never leave home without any necklaces, rings or choker etc. I have to add some golden or silver details to make my entire look outstanding and chic. Especially in winter when we covered up with knit and layers, you never wanted to make it too bold! When geometric hits the trend, I have stocked up more to show you up on the next blog. Stay tuned guys and Happy Friday!

COWGIRL LOOK BY STYLING WITH BANDANA

IMG_3545 IMG_3537 IMG_3543 IMG_3567 IMG_3571 IMG_3575Top: Gap (love this and this similar) |  Denim Jacket: Gap | Jeans: Zara (similar) |  Bandana: ASOS |  Slip-on: Sam Edelmen (here, here similar) |  Bag: Balenciaga

I am sure bandana rave has been awhile but I was kind of shying away from it because, #1, when I wear something around my neck, my face look rounder. (I know how I look like when wearing turtleneck or scarf, but I don’t care since I love them too much to complain). #2, I really don’t know how to style myself with this “funny” thing. But things changed after I saw many of my insta besties made the fabulous bandana demonstration, I just decided to give myself a chance.

Side note, my favourite girls met through Instagram, like Raysa, Ashley, have been so inspiring to me. (They were also the first girls that I interacted with when I just started IG). Thanks to instagram and blogging! Getting to know friends to talk about common things we love is awesome!

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