Before I start to tell what I suppose to tell, I have to ask you a question, do you feel weird if I’m using this black-n-white photo as the face of this post? Do you like it or not? (Do tell me in the comment box below) :3

Last week, I was in a mood of half-work-half-entertaining for The Cat Street Gallery which is located in the end of the quiet block in Hong Kong’s art zone and where I felt I’m stepping into Melbourne or Paris and also felt a bit “naked” in front of so many art pieces and fashionable items.

The night, I was intentionally dress up while keeping myself in a chic way like those cool artists. They always dress differently from others and stand out in the crowd just that easily, agree or not? Picked this black sleeveless trench (similar here), which is an old item I’ve got long time ago in Zara, and it’s on sale! I always keep it in my closet and seldom take extra effort to think about the matching outfit for it. I’ve even tried with denim shorts and slip top, but surprisingly I’ve got banned by my boyfriend who said “a long to ankle coat doesn’t match to shorts”. Feeling so “insulted”, I insisted this look with NBD’s white minidress (highlight: it’s MINI). I got it in summer from my first abroad-online-shopping experience with Revolve (turned out to be big pleasure for me). The two V-line and little fringe design of this body-cut dress is absolutely the feminine and sexy expression, and I really love its length to show the best ratio of my legs. I used the black trench to balance this feminine feeling and lower the sexy level by covering most of my legs from the back. Probably this trench would survive for a while for the typical Hong Kong weather whose summer extends till November (according to my standard), because I can always use it as a lightweight cover indoor without feeling too heavy outside. To keep the chicness, I finished the look with only three accessories , Nine West White Pumps, DKNY Chain Bag and my red lips, which I love my own lips the most for its most natural-ity 😀

I hope you guys enjoy today’s reading and will not feel too gloomy by the first black-n-white, see you soon



上周半公半私的原因参加了The Cat Street Gallery的新画展开幕式,地点在全港出名的艺术街区,漫步在这个街区的我感觉飞离香港,是走在墨尔本或者巴黎的小巷子里了,街上一般没什么人流,沿街的商铺大门紧闭但橱窗里的展示却是“赤裸裸”的让我感到自己是个文化和艺术呆子。

那晚的穿搭我是有意挑选酷酷的单品,搭出少有的艺术家感,懂艺术搞艺术的人通常都能不会吹灰之力把最简单的单品放在一起,转变成脱颖而出的效果(即使是有些怪异的,不合群的),同意这个观点么?我特别选了黑色无袖长衫(相似款),长久之前在Zara的减价季捞到的,我总是把她压箱底,因为要配上这条飘逸感十足的无袖长衫还真要费点功夫,我有试过配上丝质吊带衫和牛仔短裤的,结果被男友笑为“(长短)不搭边”!有点被“欺辱”的感觉了,这次的搭配我硬是选了NBD迷你白裙(重点是:迷你),这件剪裁贴身的连衣裙是今年夏天我的首次 Revolve 海购单品之一。V字形的设计加上一点点的流苏“羽毛边”设计让这条裙子十足女性化和性感,提一提裙子下摆的长短让露出来的双腿比例最佳,而长及小腿腹的黑色长衫平衡了这份女性化,从背面也大部分遮住露出来的双腿,降低性感度。以香港的天气来说,这条长衫可以一直穿到11月份(以我个人的抗寒能力),轻盈的质地可以在室内稍稍抵抗冷气,在室外也不至于太过厚重。Nine West White PumpsDKNY Chain Bag 还有我的红唇是其外最简单的三个搭配单品,当然我最喜欢的还是最自然的红唇!




One of my favourites that night




Coat: black sleeveless trench (similar here and luxury version here)

Dress: NBD’s white minidress

Shoes: Nine West White Pumps

Bag: DKNY Chain Bag

Lips: YSL Lipsticks 01 Le Rough


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