Gayle was walking in Makati (Philippines) when I met her. She was wearing a blue top, grey skinny jeans, and dark blue sandals. Her complements were a grey handbag, a fine necklace, and big sunglasses.
Anissa lives and works as a personal shopper in Barcelona, where I met her.
She was wearing a white blouse with pearl buttons, a long black skirt, and black and silver flat sandals. Her complements were a black leather bag, big black sunglasses, pearl earrings, two golden star rings, some bracelets, and a golden Marc Jacobs watch.
Mboko is from Paris but he was spending some days in Barcelona when his style caught my attention and I met him.
He was wearing a white short sleeve shirt with big flowers print, yellow shorts, and brown leather sandals. Mboko’s complements were a brown leather belt, some bracelets, a watch, mirrored lenses, black rimmed glasses, and a straw hat.
Vanesa was walking by the beautiful Passeig de Gràcia in Barcelona when her style caught my eye.
She was wearing a black tank top, shorts with paisley print in green tones, and lilac sandals tied at the ankle. Vanesa’s complements were a black and blue necklace, big sunglasses, and a Massimo Dutti handbag in blue and brown leather from last year.
I am collaborating with the Spanish blog Yuanfang Magazine. As they use Spanish, here you have another of my articles for them translated into English. You can read the Spanish version here. I hope you like it! 🙂
FOR THE RAIN…
Because of its subtropical climate, Taipei is a city where it rains throughout the year. But the city is ready for it and does not stop at any time. Most streets have porticoes, and umbrellas and raincoats are sold in all convenience stores that are scattered throughout the city.
Its inhabitants are also prepared and do not change their day to day because of the rain. In my case, I’m not afraid to cringe, but when it rains I would rather like to stay home and watch the rain comfortably from my couch through the windows.
As this is not always possible and you have to go outside yes or yes, I noticed that many Taiwanese girls and women wear flip flops when it rains. As they have told me when I asked them, they use flip flops because it is a very clear way to not spoil the shoes with the water.
Usually the flip flops that they wear are plastic and with wedge, although there are also flat, shiny or not, with different patterns, colors, etc.. Here high-heeled shoes or sneakers with wedge, such a trend in recent months, are very common, so why the flip flops would not have height too?
For who does not like wet feet, especially with the puddles, the other majority choice for rainy days are the rain boots. Its use is increasing and it is easy to find wellies in night markets and shops. They are practical and have also become a new and trendy complement. They are in all colors, prints and prices, with or without wedge, etc., to suit all styles and budgets.
Of course, the best known brand of this type of footwear and with more presence here is Hunter. The British brand has several shops and distribution points in the city, and the fact that a few years ago did a collaboration with Jimmy Choo or that it is the favorite of the celebrities, only increases its popularity among girls eager to follow the fashion and that enjoy watching and commenting on the style of the celebrities who wear them.