Monday, 31 March 2014

Spring Lookbook 2014

Yay! Spring is here which means the weather is getting warmer! (It's funny because as I'm typing this entry it's pouring outside, oh the irony.) So it's time to bring out those light and pastel pieces from the wardrobe. After some trial and error, I put together a few simple looks for spring. :)

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

9 Outfits with Floral Dr. Martens

As I have mentioned in one of my previous posts, I bought two pairs of Dr. Martens (one pair of burgundy and one pair of floral) from Schuh. Floral prints are extremely pretty to look at however they are not always easy to coordinate with. I have been experimenting with a few outfits which I could wear with my floral docs, and here are some outfits that I came up with:

Friday, 14 March 2014

Roses Overload

Whenever you travel to new places, you will always have the opportunity to learn about the local culture. So I recently travelled to Hong Kong and I happened to spend Valentine's Day here. Being very honest, Valentine's Day seems like a BIG DEAL in Hong Kong. It seems to be even more important than Christmas. The amount of bouquets I saw were phenomenal. I have never seen so many people holding flowers in my life! Back in the UK, we may see a few bouquets here and there on Valentine's day but we hardly see giant heart shaped balloons or a mountain sized bouquets. The funny thing is that most of the time it ends up being the boyfriend/husband who carries the flowers or balloons with a very proud looking girlfriend trotting along next to him. It felt as if the flowers is a trophy to show to all the girls around. The bigger the bouquet, the better. I was quite fascinated so I started counting the number of bouquets I saw on my way home. I'm not even joking, when I reached home I counted 50 bouquets. (Remember this is just on the way home.)

When I got home I was inspired to make a cartoon based on this funny Valentine's Day which I experienced, and the impression I had of it. So my latest creation is called 'Roses Overload', just a silly video for a laugh. Enjoy! :)

Wednesday, 12 March 2014

A Break From The Concrete Jungle - Exploration

It can be really exhausting when you're always in a city that hardly sleeps. On top of that, you're constantly surrounded by skyscrapers. Wouldn't it be nice to spend some time with some fresh air by the sea? I love a vibrant city but it can make me feel somewhat stressed. So I recently went for a small getaway with some friends to a place called Sai Kung in Hong Kong. It's a really nice place to relax and escape from continuous crowds in Hong Kong. If you ever drop by Hong Kong, this place is definitely worth a visit. Unless you have water phobia because Sai Kung is mostly surrounded by the sea. XD lol

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