This has been really bad of me, I have ignored this blog for more than two weeks now. But no, I haven’t closed it, haven’t stopped writing for it, although to be honest I was considering that.
The reason is, there’s no point to keep it going anymore. I started it as a blog dedicated to street fashion and parties in London, and now I’m no longer in London, so what’s the point. But then again, I changed my mind. It could just be an international street style blog now (might be even better than, no?), mostly Vietnam, because that’s where I’m residing, and anywhere else I happen to have a chance to travel to, probably mostly Asia. And I’m trying to get my friend Bee to help me keep the London part going, but I can’t promise anything since she’s a shy (and lazy) girl (no offense Bee, I’m just being honest :P). So yah, probably you won’t see any London street style on this blog in a while, but instead you’ll get a glimpse of the South East Asian style. That could be cool too, I hope.
Anyway, the last few weeks have been pretty crazy for me, spending most of my time packing my London life up to leave, and seeing friends, and celebrating Christmas, and digging in the Boxing day for the first time in my life (ended up buying a bunch of most fabulous underwears, I’m very happy). Was not feeling like going out spotting stylish people at all, so this is all what I got for your viewing pleasure at the moment.
My friend Bee and me got sleepless this one night about two weeks ago and we decided to go out shopping really early in the morning and ended up digging in the Topshop sale for hours before any other shop opened. I can’t remember now how I fell out of love with Topshop Topman but, really, I didn’t hope to be able to buy anything at that place anymore. I think Bee agreed with me too. That’s why we were both very surprised when Bee found this chunky knitted jacket on the sale rack for half the price.
What I love the most about it? It looks like it belonged to Bee’s grandmother – the colour, the style, the texture. That’s even more than cool!
Chunky knitted jacket from Topman sale £20
Trousers by Paul & Joe Sister from Bicester Village £78
Boots by Zadig & Voltaire from Bicester Village £70 (originally £256, isn’t that amazing?)
Bag from a random shop in Korea
No doubt the boots are my favourite though.
Right, back to me. I’m in Singapore at the moment, visiting for a few days before going back to Vietnam. And God knows how much I want to do (lots of) street style stuff in Singapore. But seriously, I’ve been out everyday, and I haven’t seen one single person with cool style. To be fair, it’s really hot here so almost everybody goes out in shorts and tees. But really, everybody looks exactly the same. This is really sad. Well, I’ve got two days left, so I’ll try my best, but really, I don’t know. Will get back to you guys later about that.
Now, last but not least, I hope you all have a really cool new year ahead. Rock it baby!