小襪 (Xiǎo wà) was with a friend in the music festival A Rockable Day and I couldn’t avoid paying attention to her colourful outfit.
It was composed by a knee lenght dress with white and yellow stripes on the top and big colourful flowers on the bottom, and her shoes were red with small white polka dots.
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.
Ling was with a friend, Lan (who also starred a post here), in Songshan Cultural Park, where the Chanel’s exhibition “The little black jacket” took place.
Ling was wearing a yellow top, a denim vest, printed trousers and sneakers. Her complements were some bracelets and a black leather bag.
And there are already good news regarding to this picture: it has been selected in The New York Times for this week’s Street Style section, under the topic “Sneakers”.
I met this cute girl in the Hua Shan Creative Park, a very nice place to spend a Sunday afternoon with restaurants, clothes stalls, food and drink vans, etc.
She was wearing a dress, blue with small yellow dots at the front and yellow at the back. In the front it has a small yellow pocket with white lace at the top. Then, black tights, blue and yellow socks (with yellow dots in the blue part) and brown leather boat shoes. Her only complement was a blue backpack.
龍農 (Longnong) was walking with his friends in the Shida Night Market. He is wearing all black (black hat, black-rimmed glasses, black coat, black trousers, black Converse) except for the coloured striped sweater (blue, pink, orange and grey) and the yellow pendant. Maybe if you see him from behind, his look could seem quite common, but the sweater really makes a difference!