Pants: Urbanvibe. Sweater: Street vendor. Bag: Night market. Shoes: Vintage.
Just bought this sweater last weekend from street vendor at weekend market in Chon Buri. I thought I would wear it with navy leopard-print jeans, but couldn't find one that I like. So, instead, I paired my faux leather that I bought years ago with this soft multi-colored sweater to make my street look a little edgy. I love how leather pants turn heads on you. This is a MUST in your closet ladies! Get a pair or more. I, myself, will look for a new pair as well coz these one starts to worn out.
Oh by the way, Happy Father's day Thailand!
Dress: street vendor. Jacket: Night market. Boots: Zara. Shades: Street vendor.
These boots are really made for walking. I have worn them all day long and I can still feel my feet. They are foot friendly. These shots are taken in front of a second-hand shop behind my office. I think I have become a good friend with the shop owner as I have been there so often and she is very friendly and kind. We have conversation and shared our sense of style. Also just bought a black coat from her shop. It is not a thick coat, so it can be worn in toasty Bangkok. :) I think I'll wear it as a mini. I love this shop... What about you? What are your favorite shopping spots?
Dress shirt: vintage. Floral black dress: vintage. Earrings: Target. Shoes: used shop behind my building.
When I first saw this blouse at a vintage shop, I fell for it; color, print, length and sleeves. I knew I would wear it as a dress. However, when I tried it on, I found out that it wasn't a button down shirt. Well...actually it was but no buttons! There was one button at the collar. I need a dress underneath and found it at the next door vintage shop at Union Mall. I like how its fabric drape down beautifully. Cuff sleeves works as cuff bracelets as well. Adding a python over-side clutch and a few pieces of jewelries would be perfect.
Pants: Lee cooper. Polkadot corset: Frederick's. Green crochet: used shop. Shoes: used shop behind my office. Necklet & ring: street vendors.
A very good friend of mine sent me these bright red pants from England. They are so Bright. They are very comfy. They are eye-catching. What can I say... I was thinking wearing black on red but I wanted to do something different, so why not color-blocked it. It is a pretty bold move. :)
Top: Night market. Leggings, hand cuffs & hat: Street vendors. Bag: vintage store.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that... This is morning shots taken while waiting for my uncle to pick me and my aunt up to travel to my parents'. I've come to understand an old saying that said "an early bird gets worms." I get to capture the sun rise. Very beautiful. This is how I start my day. Getting together with family. It's gonna be a very busy weekend. Good morning Sunshine. :)
In love with this dress so much. It actually is a maxi dress, but I pull it up making it a mini and top it off with a loose top to cover a flap on the waist giving it a taste of sexiness yet girly. It wasn't my intention to pull my hair up but I couldn't make it look nice wearing it down, so a messy updo worked pretty well with big hoop earrings.
If you were born in the 80s, you'd know exactly what is in my hands.
Chicken and egg which one was born first?
Dress: Zara. Belt: American Apparel. Military jacket: Night market (used one). Bracelet: Street vendor (it actually is a necklet but worn as a bracelet). Ring: F21. Shoes: Used shop.
Exploring a new restaurant called Bangkok (บางกอก). I love how it is decorated. Every single detail gives 80s feelings. Food was great and everybody there is very attentive. New spot to hang during lunch time. The owner is also very nice letting me taking pictures. It wasn't my attention to take some shots during lunch break, but it was just the right place, and I knew at some point during the day I would sneak out to take shots of me anyway. So why not here and now? Bam! Here I am.
I just bought a slightly used dress from my colleague who is obsessed with shopping. She'd probably have so so much to get rid off. I picked out a couple of pieces of her unwanted collection. It fits me pretty well. As long as I feel comfortable with what I'm wearing, it doesn't matter whether it's new or has been worn before. :)