Girly pink version of this outfit. I even got the same shoes in a different color. I can’t bear the thought of having to eventually throw out my favorite items, so I tend to stock up by getting it in other colors, just in case the brand/store stops selling them. Raise your hands if you can relate!
Obsessed with my new tulle skirt from New York designer Alexandra Grecco! 6 layers of tulle AND fully lined. It’s so hard to find good quality tulle skirts nowadays. I’ve always wanted one that was also long enough to cover my knees. Anything for that full princess effect. I think I want it in other colors too.
I tried to style it with Carrie Bradshaw in mind, but opted to make the look more casual/wearable (and less ballerina) with a statement tee and some slip-ons. Of course, I couldn’t help but inject some sort of pink in there.
What’s a homage to ’90s fashion without an oversized denim jacket and chunky platform boots?
My first introduction to this kind of outerwear was when I was about 7. My mom got me my first denim jacket, and I loved it because it had Looney Tunes characters embroidered on it. 19 years have passed and I never knew what happened to it, but I really wish it were still around.
This sort of thinking has led me into becoming the kind of person that always has a hard time letting go of old clothes. I’m always hoping that I can still wear them 5, 10, 15 years down the line. I just need Santa to give me bigger closet space.
Among my latest spring/summer Lookbook posts, a rogue fall/winter-inspired outfit appears! This was taken just after I dyed my hair darker, so I was in the mood to leave my florals and pastels for a while. Missed this?
I’m off to the US in a while for vacation! I’ll be queueing posts so my blog won’t die while I’m away! I will try my best to make new posts every night. Work never stops when you’re me!
Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro (となりのトトロ) actually came out the same year I was born! It’s admirable how timeless most Ghibli films have become. People of all ages still know them by heart decades after the films came out, and the characters have also become pop culture icons in their own right.
Sadly, I wasn’t able to go to the Ghibli museum in Japan last March. The tickets sold out so early and so fast! *cry* I’ll make it happen one day. In the meantime, I’ll probably just ogle at the pretty merchandise in Donguri Republic (a Ghibli-themed store in Hong Kong).
What’s your favorite Studio Ghibli film? Mine is a tie between Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle. My first Ghibli film was super depressing though. I don’t think my heart can handle watching Grave of the Fireflies again. After the ending, I had to watch the first scene again just so I can have proper closure, lol.