One colour I will never get tired of wearing is charcoal grey. It’s so dull and boring but very versatile. And lately, it’s the colour of my mood. I’ve been dabbling on this post for a bit now. I kind of want to jump into the personal side of things this time, because this is my creative space, but sometimes this is my outlet to write about anything I want and get feedback. I promise to keep this short!
Vancouver is looking like Vancouver again with rain and all, but let’s not forget it’s still summer and I’m going to miss summer fashion, even though breaking into fall clothes is one of the best parts of fall! A few weekends ago, I finally tried out L’Abattoir and decided to dress something that’s not just jeans and tees, got to take advantage of the beautiful backgrounds at Gastown!
Hey all, I’m kind of bored doing reviews (they could be exhausting sometimes) and figured it’s time for a casual outfit post! have posted many blue related outfits on the blog and yup, this is just another one of them. The weather took a downturn this weekend, so I’m reminiscing this summery look when I went to Neverland Tea Salon a few weeks ago!
Both Mark and my mom nagged me when I came back to Vancouver that I should’ve bought more clothes in China. And I guess they were right, because the three things I bought from Aritiza so far could’ve gotten me another 10 pieces from China I bet *sigh.* Nevertheless, my clothing haul can finally be displayed for all to see! The only thing I wish I could find in Canton (aka Guangzhou) was more no-branded long sleeve clothing. Yes it was boiling hot over there, but I’m a wimp when it comes to being in an air conditioned mall and its definitely a necessity to bundle up in Vancouver.
Squeezing in one more vacation outfit post before bringing the full on clothing haul on board (mainly because I’m not done washing all my clothes; go ahead and punish the lazy side of me.) If you love shopping, then you must visit the pedestrian streets if you’re in Guangzhou, it’s basically a whole street full of food, shopping, and huge malls for more shopping. One of the pedestrian street I went to was Beijing Lu.