Frankie was with his friends walking by the streets of the Shida night market when I met him.
He was wearing a light denim shirt over a black sweater, ripped denim shorts, and brown boots. Besides his tattoos, Frankie’s complements were a brown leather belt, black-rimmed glasses and a green snood.
Luna was walking with a friend by the streets of the Shida night market in Taipei when I met her.
She was wearing a long printed cardigan, a mustard sweater, a dark blue skirt with white print, black tights, and brown leather shoes. Luna’s complements were a necklace, and a brown leather bag that she bought in Internet and that you can see better at the second photo.
Wonderful news!! Two of my pictures were featured in the Reader’s Photos “Pajama inspired” section about Street Style in The NY Times!!
The star of the first picture (and thumbnail of the section) is the beautiful 花花 (Huāhuā) and the star of the second one is this amusing girl that I met in the Shida market.
I’m really excited about this! Thanks to boths girls and The New York Times people! =)
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.
This smiling girl is 陳家翊 (Chén Jiā Yì), and I met her on a sunny day in the Shida night market.
She was wearing a shirt with floral print buttoned to the top, a dress with ethnic print, a denim shirt, dark tights, printed large socks, and brown boots. Her complements were a dark brown hat, colourful necklace and bracelets, and a big black leather envelope purse.