Hi everyone! A few of you expressed interest in the topic of Halloween party over the weekend and the DIY costume I created, so here it is… Swapping from my usual morbid gothic character (Black Swan died … her black tutu caught on fire at the last year’s Halloween party. Thanks to the smoking folks so won’t be able to recycle that outfit this year), to a happier colorful costume. This year I became the legendary unicorn!!!
Hi everyone! I meant to publish this post after getting back from Paris last September but hey better late than never right?!
So I wanted to share with you lovely people 10 ways to experience Paris like a local, ready? Continue Reading “10 Ways to Experience Paris Like a Local”
More scribbles on my relationship with clothes today and if you haven’t read the previous part yet, it’s here:
So let’s dive into the influence of culture and travel on defining our personal style and how we build our wardrobe. From my experience, travel purchases (often on impulse) are the most successful ones because they are unexpected findings and there is a sense of reminiscence of good memories associated with them as well as a story to tell. Care to know my recount on my last buys from France and South Korea? (Get ready, here comes another lengthy post… but more visuals this time) Continue Reading “How to Suck at Finding a Sartorial-Self (Part 2)”
If you follow me on Instagram, some of you already know that I was in South Korea on a business trip for a little over a week. I have a few thoughts to share with you from my experience of this trip (and first time in Asia also)!!! Continue Reading “Seoul 2017”
And every morning when we rise to face the day we have to make a decision about what to wear. The two are interconnected. The selection of something to put on is not merely an aesthetic decision. It’s not just about what looks nice. It’s about what feels right, what suits our mood and how good it might make us feel.
– Mind What You Wear: the Psychology of Fashion, Professor Karen J. Pine
Ever since I’ve finally acquired the well curated capsule wardrobe of less than 50 hero items composed of basic building blocks of a minimalist wardrobe, I thought naively to myself that I would have reached the culmination of the worldwide sought after perfect “french” wardrobe, the one that would give me so much satisfaction in getting up in the morning to put the “best” clothes on myself. For a few years I was rather content to be able to dress in a coveted effortless french chic way. But in truth, during the last couple of years as I stopped writing about style and preaching about the quest for attaining such bizarre perfection, I realized I was cruising through life on auto-pilot and became utterly uninspired and dissatisfied with my clothes and even with the basic act of self-dressing (Luckily for me my mind was put towards my career and finding inspiration in traveling in the meanwhile). There was one major flaw (there are in fact many but let’s just say one for now) that I identified in following the process of curating the minimalist wardrobe, can you guess what that is?
The end of summer in San Diego is marked by one event; the CRSSD music festival taking place at the beautiful landscape of the Waterfront park. Between the skyscrapers, the sea, the boats, lots of palm trees, the water fountains, the perfect weather and great music mix of house x techno, I’ll admit that life here isn’t so bad. (Come visit me!!!)
For this festival, I was honestly struggling to dress myself this time and I cannot understand why I felt stressed over these kind of first world problems. Don’t I have more important things to worry about?! And like at Coachella, I didn’t wish to throw more cash on this type of outings seeing that ticket prices are already skyrocketing high (out of budget for Ultra Miami 2018 already Urgh!!!) and so what did I end up wearing? Continue Reading “CRSSD Fest 2017”