Style by Soho Grand

During fashion week, there was a event by Rachel Zoe at Soho Grand yesterday.
Yesterday was a very overwhelming day since it was the first time I have met Minh Huyen, a fellow German based blogger, and experiencing the frenzy of that day . Unfortunately, this was the only one that we were able to cover from the whole eventful week...

Here are the photos I captured and I hope you really enjoy browsing through these photos. Look carefully at the details that I have selected and snapped below! Most of these attendees are well known fashion bloggers and major editorialists so you may see familiar faces, keke.

Many photographers (and us as well) were waiting for the chance to capture their outfits upon their arrival. Of course, this was my first time appearing in such places like this so I found it to be quite thrilling yet overwhelming. Indeed, all of the attendees dressed powerfully to leave a strong impression.

Nonetheless, I was really happy to do a blogger meetup with Huyen today! It was actually her idea to visit by Soho Grand and catch a great glimpse of everyone's own fashion style. She will be here in New York for awhile so you'll be seeing her with me frequently. Visit her blog since she took so much more photos than I did and much more full body outfits and bloggers as well 

My next post will be the outfit that I worn during that day. Please look forward to it!


Down in the Rabbit Hole

photography credits to Connie

Eyelet Dress - Old Navy
Black Socks - Uniqlo
White Velcro Sandals - Yesstyle

The color and the hair accessory reminds me of an all-time popular children story- Alice in Wonderland. Although not similarly dressed as the adorable Alice, it has a sense of sweetness and pureness that lies within the main character. I envisioned myself living in that wonderland as I wandered in IKEA with Connie, hehe.

Lately, it's been very common to pair shirts with dresses just like sandals with socks.
I find this styling technique to be such a simplistic tactic that highlights the design and the architecture of the main piece but projecting it in a creative way. But then again, color is the key balance to the whole out. Sorry for my rambling but I hope you guys experiment and see what I mean ^^


Touch of White

photography credits to Connie

Collared Shirt - Vintage
Chambray Shorts - American Apparrel
Socks - H&M
Crochet Platform Wedges - Ebay
Vintage Bag - Coach

White and denim are perfect compliments for the summer season.
Starting from the color white, I then extended it to somewhat compatible colors
But truthfully, everything goes well with white ^^

I've noticed that the summer this year is less hot so I dared to wear a collared and long sleeved shirt.
The result wasn't so bad but (as expected from summer) I was feeling sticky at the end of the day.