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Blublublu Blue

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Blublublu Blue

As I told you in my previous blogpost, I absolutely like colours.  Whenever I can wear colours, I will go for it.  My other friends were just teasing me the other day how I would do monochromes, I mean yeh why not.  What I haven’t told you is that I always have one favourite colour every season and I will just keeping buying things of that colour until my wardrobe (which is colour-coordinated) is filled with that colour.  You are right, this season, it’s BLUE. (Read more…)

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Better with Colours

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Better with Colours

Hi everyone, sorry I know I missed another week again, and no excuse.  Can't believe it's almost the end of August.  When I used to be a student, I would be really sad right now rushing through my holiday homework and probably in denial to go back to school.  I am glad that I don’t have to do holiday homework anymore (one thing I like about working).  But one thing I don’t like about work is that given my profession, I don’t get to wear colours to work.  It's always black and white or white and black, if that makes you happy.  Hence whenever it comes to Saturdays and Sundays, I would prefer to wear something more fun.  (Read more…)

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DP Trend Report: SS2019 Swimwear

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DP Trend Report: SS2019 Swimwear

I don't know about you all, but I absolutely love buying swimwear. Let's be real, there are only two types of girls in the world: (1) buys too many bikinis that the number exceeds the chances she can wear it; or (2) only has that one black basic parked at the corner of the closet.  And guess it doesn’t take me to tell you I am the former. 

No matter if you are the former or the latter, I promise you will want to read about this – 2019 Swimwear Trends – to make your summer wardrobe complete!

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#FollowDearPostmanTo Lisbon Lookbook

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#FollowDearPostmanTo Lisbon Lookbook

Not gonna lie, photos like these just make me want to stay there forever.  I have to admit part of the reason why I really looked forward to going to Lisbon is that I could wear something very Bohemian, vibrant, flowy, -ish, you know what I mean?  Lisbon is historical, it's kinda old.  But at the same time it also has its own sense of Bohemian vibe mixed with some oldness, but also fused with energy, cheer and all the positivity.

Without further ado, here's my Lisbon travel lookbook, which I am pretty content looking at it. (Read more…)

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Child of Mothernature (Hong Kong) - Waterfall Bay

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Child of Mothernature (Hong Kong) - Waterfall Bay

For most people, Hong Kong may be a place of business, hustle and bustle. What most people don't know is that there is a real gem hidden in the heart of this busy city. “It” is not quiet, I guarantee you. Quite the opposite, this place is always busy, always loud and full of “movement”. Yes I am talking about Waterfall bay right below Wah Fu Estate in Hong Kong. (Read more…)

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#FollowDearPostmanTo Windermere: Travel Lookbook

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#FollowDearPostmanTo Windermere: Travel Lookbook

Coming to the last stop of my UK trip, once again, it’s my first time to set my foot in Windermere. If this is the first time you hear about Windermere, it’s fine.  I didn’t know the existence of this little city until last year.  To my surprise, it was actually not bad.  It’s more about the mothernature, day tour up and down the mountains and around the famous lakes in the area. 

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#FollowDearPostmanTo the North of England: Travel Lookbook

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#FollowDearPostmanTo the North of England: Travel Lookbook

I probably didn’t tell you that but actually the main reason we flew to the UK is to attend my sister's graduation at Durham (proud sister).  Therefore after spending 3 days in London, we flew up north to the northern England (for the first time).  Having spent most of my time in the UK just in London / Cambridge, I admit I am quite surprised to see how other parts of this potato country looks like or works.  I mean, it's just really different, no grumpy commuters, no busy tubes.  Everyone's more laid back, walks slower, and yes speaks with an accent.

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