You take time off work, dig into your savings, book a flight, arrange accommodation, read a thousand where to go, where to eat articles online, you don’t speak the language, you depend your life on free Wi-fis, you might lose your passport, you might actually meet the love of your life (!)… all that effort and you still don’t see Travelling as something important? Heck, you dress up for funerals! Do this properly. Do it chic. Dress like you are onto something great. Because it is.
【Travel Chic】 is a series of blog posts to catalogue all the Style pictures I took during my travels. It’s a little category I create to showcase my layout designs and, as the name suggests, to push for Travel in Style. Only images, no words. Oh, and of course, there will be answer to the frequently asked question, “Where’s that dress from?“
I am not sure whether it’s her clashing colours that I swooned over or some of her very gripping asymmetric details and patterns. This write-up about Serbian-born Roksanda Illinsic was a two-and-a-half page article that kept me fixated on this woman and her clothing line until today.
When I saw Peter Pilotto‘s jumper from afar, shining under the soft dreamy spotlight of Selfridges, I had to pelt across the room to touch and stroke the ribbed colourful prints. And of course, in such epiphanic moment…
So today, we shall continue Burberry on about designers and trends that are likely to go Stella (McCartney) this season. This information might not be essential to all but knowing it will undeniably give you the (Dorothy) Perks(in) because fashion, like technology, will always be on the (Anya Hind)march.
To say that I know fashion is a lie, a big ostentatious lie. It’s a world, an industry that often intersects my social circle but it’s an area that I know very little about. To say that I have my own style is maybe a bit splashy and attention-seeking. But I guess I have my own preference, a way that I like to pair my tops and bottoms, a way I like to accessorize.