OUTFITS: TOPSHOP | HONG KONG
Finally decided to take a breather from the pockets of time in my hectic lineups and back at my favorite playground for a short vacay. There are still many of the contemporary alleys in Hong Kong that I have yet explored. But was in the radiant of feeling strongly at home and stationed myself at Central & Soho over the weekend of last was real amazing, so pleased as Punch! The lodging was against Harborview, extremely on point!
Took my mind off the bustling streets and ventured south of Hollywood Road en route to Soho, from local boutiques to hidden gems of cafes, Hong Kong wasn’t about concrete skyscrapers after all. Strolling on the steep streets and a million flight of stairs in Soho, Beeb and I stumbled upon boutiques championing Hong Kong’s emerging designers, small galleries showcasing local and international talents, and demitasse-size cafés where expats and local tastemakers mingled.[11.9.15]
Topshop collections eased my weekend get-up of itinerary from casual brunch to dinner appearance. Cursor on for details…
Decked out in a summer ensemble mesmerizing the second den, it was denim and white jeans kind of weekend where I paired with my black suede fold-over clutch to complement the overall hues. An alternative combination would be with a slouchy brown v-neck long sleeve basic knit top and nude scrappy heels look!
Out for brunch on my all-time favorite vibrant shades of turquoise and white, putting together of my ZARA white spaghetti strap with sea foam High-waisted Satin Shorts from Collate the Label; foiling up the white raw-edge sleeveless vest, I guess everything in this outfit fits the bill.
And I decided to break away from my vein of white turquoise wardrobe by putting on a rather chic and sleek guise, en route to one of the signature flight of stairs in Des Voeux Road West, wearing navy blue cross-over wrap midi dress before I headed to Aqua, 1 Peking Road and indulged in their exclusive ambience for dinner. Nude essential is the new black, gaming up with a pointed toe nude patent heels; it will never go wrong x
|| Photo courtesy of Ashleey Leong & of me by Michelle Chan ||