Song Myeung Gue was walking with a friend by the streets of Seoul when I met him.
He was wearing a dark brown jacket, white shirt, teal trousers, socks with argyle stripe, and black suede moccasins. His complements were a brown leather belt, black gloves and a maroon tie, both with a typical winter print.
Andreina was walking with a friend (who will also star a post soon) by the beautiful Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona, when I met her.
She was wearing a black turtleneck sweater, a a black and grey jacket with golden buttons and zippers, dark grey skinny jeans, and brown leather ankle boots with golden studs. Her complements were a Bimba y Lola handbag and a burgundy hat.
Chrisey Chi was walking with her friend Juby (who also starred a post here) in the Shida night market when I met them.
She was wearing a jacket with black, grey and red vertical stripes and with 3/4 sleeves, over a mustard dress, dark blue leggings, and black platform sandals tied at the ankle (which you can see better at the second picture). Chrisey’s complements were a big blue handbag, and a long scarf combining white and red.
When I met Vivian Liang and Harry Ling in Zhongxiao Dunhua, I thought they were a really nice and stylish couple.
Vivian was wearing a dark blue jacket, a white and blue striped shirt, skinny jeans and light brown moccasins. As complements, a black bag, a ring, simple pendant and earrings, and Ray Ban sunglasses.
Harry’s outfit was composed by a gray sweater with some borders on the top, white Bermuda shorts and a pair of Havaianas flip-flops. As complements, just a pair of sunglasses.
When I met Yona Ho near Zhongxiao Dunhua, I thought her style was very elegant and feminine.
In her outfit, Yona mainly combines two colours: black and very light brown (almost looks like peach). In black, the jacket, the long skirt with tulle and the handbag. In light brown, the boots, the sweater with shiny threads and the beret with a strip of leopard print.
I think Yona’s outfit is perfect for one of these hot-during-sun-time/chilly-after-the-sunset days that we have in Taipei’s winter! 🙂