Happy Women's History Month! As we wrap up this month, I wanted to take the time to thank everyone who celebrated and continue to celebrate women and diversity. Two very crucial topics today, along with all the craziness that’s happening globally. This generation is trying to make a change and I'm proud to be in it.
I chose these bold colors from Pomelo to represent bold, strong, independent, unique, loving, beautiful women around the world, who are trying to make a difference as a wife, mother, daughter, sister, girlfriend, human. It is important for you to celebrate others, and most importantly celebrate yourself, and know that you are a bold, strong, independent, unique, loving, beautiful woman.
Hello! I’m back from my 3 month blog hiatus. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed with social media, and how much content was blasting at me. I couldn’t really find inspiration, everything looked the same and all the algorithms were messing with the people that I really wanted to see. I found myself instantly retreating and minimizing how much I was checking all my platforms, and posting. But sometimes… a quick late lunch at shake shack with a friend, or a workshop with other creatives, and a core team of good friends to remind you to stay creative pushes you out the door again.
I’m excited to be back with a new outfit from Tobi! We’ve been having conversations about how your looks play a big part in how people perceive you in the workplace - no matter if you like it or not. I have a baby face and a very soft voice, so to balance it out, it's important for me to wear something more professional or more mature so that people take me more seriously. This is my work hard play hard outfit... Blazer for the day, cold shoulder for the night! Check out more of Tobi here!
Tis the season of gift giving! We're doing a giveaway on Instagram, where one winner will get to choose one watch and one bracelet from The Peach Box! I absolutely love this watch, it is my choice of armswag almost everyday. I like how light weight and simple it is, and can match any bracelet paired with it.
There's only a few simple steps, so don't be shy to put your name in the hat. We will run the giveaway till next Friday!
Leather goes with everything. I can't think of an outfit that a leather jacket doesn't go well with... This is the first week the weather has dropped below 20C, and I'm super stoked about the cold. It's always so exciting to dust off the sweater drawer and move those jackets to the front of your closet. Unfortunately, I didn't plan well for my winter stay in HK and left most of my jackets in LA. Fortunately, I was able to snag some swag from Pomelo to rock this winter. I'm going to have to get a new suitcase for when I move back after the New Year.
I've been looking for bluetooth earphones for quite some time now, and found this amazing brand that is sleek, good quality, and convenient. If you commute on public transportation everyday, like I am right now in Hong Kong, it changes your life! I'm always carrying 2 phones (work and personal) and jumping on calls morning and night, playing music or my morning podcasts. It's so nice to not have a wire dangling and getting tangled in your scarf, earrings, or accidentally getting hooked onto someone's arm during rush hour in the subway and yanked out of your ear.
Thanks for finding me at the perfect time Sudio! :) Get yourself a pair on sudiosweden.com and use HEYYEH to get 15% off. They have so many other designs as well.. More colors below!
It has finally cooled down a bit in HK, and I finally came out of hibernation. I was hiding from all my friends, trying to avoid stepping outside into the disgusting heat as much as possible. We got hit with our fourth typhoon 8 this summer, and these were taken right before the storm came. I'm so glad to finally be wearing long pants and not sweating profusely through them 10 minutes into my walk. These boyfriend jeans get me ready to take on every weekend! I've only got a few more weeks to go in HK and I'll be back in LA within a few weeks. Where did the time go?
I wear a lot of black. I wear enough black to induce a jaw drop on days I’m wearing colour (from memory, she actually dropped everything and ran across the office yelling in excitement). I wear black because I’m actually awful at pairing colours— that’s why monochrome is my jam. I love the textures that come to play when you’re working with a monochrome palette but I’ve always felt like it’s hard to pull off the tone-on-tone vibes at home without it feeling contrived. Is it just me or does the tone-on-tone trend feel exclusive to highly-curated product photography? You tell me.