I had a more interesting outfit in mind this morning but the shirt was dirty =( I think it’s time for me to go shopping again, something i haven’t done in awhile. my outfits these days are all sort of boring and are things you’ve seen lots here before. The outfits I wear over the weekdays are things you don’t want to see at all, because when I’m out and about in the city I wear extra boring things. And with this crappy weather, I find myself wearing an awful lot of black too. Why does this happen when I have a closet full of clothes? Maybe I should sell some of my stuff, you know? keep things circulating. but i really hate those “oh, but i might just wear it in the future!” vs. “fok that, you need money” dilemmas! grrrrr can’t be bothered!
(photos by ellu)
dress from mom
straw fedora bought in taipei
Jeans! I think this is only the second (or third) time jeans have been showcased on this blog. I used to be a bit of a tomboy (if not a plain jane) and I wore jeans all the time. but one day I fell in love with vintage pieces and would only wear jeans if I am feeling tomboy-ish again. I got this pair from Oxfordshire’s Bicester Village (an outlet centre for several high-end brands, including Ted Baker, Bally, Gucci, Paul Smith, Jigsaw, Dolce & Gabbana, and Jack Wills) while I was working in Oxford. It says the brand is called Red Chilli (not a typo, double L), but the weird thing is that I find absolutely no information online about this label. so bizarre! If you happen to know anything about Red Chilli, please kindly let me know because I would totally purchase another pair from them!
Salt Spring Coffee Company
4295 Main Street, Vancouver
(picture no.4 by Verity, rest by Patty)
jacket bought in tianmu, taipei
red chilli jeans
charlotte ronson tank
urban outfitters scarf
borrowed MB boots from Kris & Cris in Oakridge mall
Hello my sweets! How was your weekend? And for those of you in Canada, how was your Victoria Day long weekend? I had a pretty awesome weekend. Played guitar in the backyard, had Krispy Kreme, reconnected with an old friend, watched In Treatment with my brother, tried Verity’s cooking, went to the park for a stroll, and as you can see here, afternoon tea at The Urban Tea Merchant with the girls =) not bad for one weekend, huh?
The Urban Tea Merchant
930 West 1 Street
North Vancouver, BC V7P 3N4
(photos by papa and verity)