I've been dashing around on work lately but things are finally settling down. Still here are a two fuzzy pics captured in hotel mirrors.
ASOS. How I love that store.
Bolero: Paperdoll Boutique (RM70)
Dress: H&M London (GBP7 on sale)
Boots: Maud Frizon HK (HKD1,800 after 50% discount. Still a sin though for which I feel very guilty)
Monday, 28 November 2011
Sunday, 13 November 2011
|Source: Street Peeper|
Living without a car has left me taking the MTR and hiking up Lan Kwai Fong with my usual beloved satchel bags slung around me and a Roo-Shopper bag with my lunch, flats (if I suspect my shoes aren't going to carry me through the day), umbrella and Kindle.
So far, I tell myself it works because pretty as the Roo-Shopper is, it's clearly "not a part of my outfit" since it looks like a grocery bag. But what if we were to acknowledge these poor second bags and make them a part of our look?
Since I'm never giving up my satchel's I'm on the lookout for a boxy square-ish tote (so it looks utilitarian and tidy). I want it to either be square or taller than it is wide and certainly not wider than my satchels I haven't decided yet if a fun print or a formal brown leather-look is called for - so perhaps both? =P
So do you girls tote two bags? And what's your favourite pairing?
Update: If the size is right, this is kinda what I'm looking for!
Sunday, 6 November 2011
The only way to get around it is to layer, layer, layer and always resign yourself to be slightly too cold or slightly too hot at a certain point during the day. As it gets warmer or colder you can add and remove layers. A classmate of mine once described it as the world's most frustrating public striptease.