I have only one #OOTD to share for my recent winter holiday because truth to be told, I was in my ski gear almost everyday and there is almost zilch fashion brownie points from that everyday outfit. In case you think I’m committing a crime, hang on because this is exactly what a really famous style blogger said >> click (#namedropalert).
Anyway, I spent a day in Otaru to enjoy the fresh seafood and delectable pastries!
Jacket: Mango | Jeans: Uniqlo Ultra Stretch | Bag: Le Pliage Neo | Gloves: From China | Hat: Taobao | Leg warmers: Uniqlo | Boots: Sorel
This Fall, expect textures and sequins from H&M. If bling bling are not quite your “thing”, you could opt for the flowy, silky pieces that are perfect for early Autumn, or ideal for layering in Winter. Here’s a preview of what would be in store at the second half of this year.
The preview also offered a glimpse of H&M Studio Collection, which was unveiled at Paris Fashion Week in February this year.
I am headed to Hong Kong soon and I heard that the weather is chilly over there. I was wondering if I need any winter hat to keep me warm and came across some really hilarious but functional beanies at Karmaloop!
Frog or Moose?
Are you heading to anywhere for a winter holiday? I don’t think I am heading anywhere this year although I have taken a fancy to capes for the winter.
Image: Mr Newton
Tagged as: H&M floral dress, Winter outfit
Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Fashion
Just remembered that my friend from Shanghai, W, bought the same H&M shirt dress as me and wore it in the cold wintry weather early this year.
I like the way she mixed and played with colours.
She wore 3 layers – the dress, a purple cardigan and a leather jacket because the dress is quite flimsy and the temperature was 0 deg Celsius!
As a girl from the tropics, my collection of winter clothes is paltry and pathetic. I wanted to look presentable in Shanghai but packing for 0 degree Celsius weather and coordinating was beyond me. So, I was quite conservative with my colours and stuck to gray, black and white most of the time.
Striped tee from H&M (from the flagship store at Huaihai Road)| Long cardigan from F21| Gray skinnies from ASOS| Wool scarf from People’s Square at only S$5| Striped gloves from China years ago| Jeffrey Campbell knock-off boots from Gojane.
This was me without my brown winter jacket when I was inside the Memorial House of the Shanghai Office of the Communist Party Delegation(周公馆). The memorial house showcased the rooms and offices of members of the Communist Party when they were in Shanghai.
Entry is free. The memorial house is located at No. 73 Sinan Road, near Fuxing Middle Road (上海思南路73号）
Finally a photo of me and my brown puffer jacket from Mango.
I was at Chen Haiwen‘s photo studio at Taikang Road. This Chinese photographer spent one year traveling all over China to take pictures of Chinese’s 56 ethnic groups. The “Family Portraits” series was a very comprehensive project as each photo has the date of photography, location and the names and ages of all subjects.
Chen Haiwen’s photo studio: Taikang Road (Tianzifang) 上海泰康路田子坊274弄15号
Other posts in the Shanghai series: