林佳璇 (Lín Jiā Xuán) was attending the Taipei In Style fashion fair (you can read my posts about it here), where I met her.
She was wearing a white blouse with black collar, burgundy leggings, and black ankle boots. Her complements were a black watch, a Sony camera, and a big black handbag.
Jill was near the white Sogo department store when her two-coloured outfit caught my attention.
She was wearing a beige gabardine with black details tied at the waist with a bow, black tights, and black ankle boots with platform. Her only complement was her black leather handbag.
宜娟 (Yi Juān) was in the area between Zhongxiao Fuxing and Zhongxiao Dunhua when I met her.
She was wearing a top in nude colour with black and golden trims on the arms, black trousers with a satin-style cummerbund, and white sandals with precious stones. Her complements were a navy blue Longchamp handbag, earrings, a lace in the hair and a statement necklace in golden, red and blue colours, bought in the Shilin Night Market.
Vivi was walking with her boyfriend in the Zhongxiao Fuxing area, near the white Sogo. We all commented how Taiwanese people like photography, specially boys taking pictures of their girlfriends.
Her outfit was composed just with a lime green sweater and her shoes with lace. Vivi’s complements were a straw hat, golden necklace and watch, and a white and golden Ralph Lauren handbag.
I met Vivian, a nice bank worker, on a rainy afternoon in the Tianmu area.
She was wearing a wide yellow and white dress tied at the waist, and brown plastic sandals with a flower. Vivian’s complements were, besides the indispensable umbrella, a black handbag with white dots, a bracelet and a necklace. The dress and the bag are from an original shop called Wow Bravo & Funky Rap (you can check their website here), also in this area.