I buy all kinds of bags, from the most peculiar to the most formal ones, and I made bags too! Apart from those logo-bombarded ones and the super delicate tiny clutches that can't actually hold a thing, I wanna get each and every one of them home!!!
My WANTED bags this season:
i have been being "studious" these days to finish up my VERY LAST ASSIGNMENT for my entire bachelor degree. but i have just completed 2/3 of it. another few hundreds to a thousand to write.
my brain has no capacity for any fashion or whatever recently because apparently i scratched my car the other day when i was parking into the garage (which is pretty stupid actually) and im figuring out the cheapest way to get it fixed. :(
such a mendokusai thing ne. i wish there's just money dropping from the sky from now. T_T
but then i went to karaoke like two to three times last week firstly because of my darling's birthday, and the other two times we just went there for fun. HAHA.
i need some shopping! i want to get a watch because mine's not working. and i want a pair of sunnies..Chanel is a good choice ;) and i just need to eliminate some fat before i buy any tops or trousers/shorts. so perhaps i need to wait till november when im back in 852.
and a surprise dinner for my darling's 22nd! btw, i love this camelhead. lol
WAGYU BURGER! @ St. Kilda
my Japanese class buddies :)
oh!! and this!!! this is like the coolest thing ive found in the garden. lol.
it was really fascinating to me.
What you may need to get for this project include:
Earring, hooks, fake gems and sequins. As simple as these!
1. Stick the fake gems and sequin onto a piece of black felt. Place everything in your desired positions and glue them with White Glue. Let it Dry.
NOTE: I keep the buttons and the button holes intentionally because they can be good "buckles" of the belt. You can hide the buttons by adjusting the hoop on the belt.
So what you need for this project are listed as follows:
And not to mention the above plain black cardi.
The whole thing is really easy. Simply sew the silver beads onto the cardigan in a random manner upon your preferences, and it is DONE!
(Image Credit: Citizen Couture)
I love the sleeves and the colour, but if I gonna wear it in winter, then the sleeves detail will be gone/hidden under the jacket...Although it isn't very marked-up, I needa be cautious when it comes to buying clothes now.. the clothes inside my closet are SLIDING!!!
Oh! by the way... Priscilla Leung, where are you?!?!!!?!
(H&M Earrings, Zara Top, Miss Sixty Jeans, Milan Wedges)
I was making "sushi" in my froggy-like uniform in the visual art room today.
And here are my "sushi"! So real, aren't they? (you must say "they are" because they do look real! LOL)
Typical tourist photos... I wasn't the only Hongky taking this kinda photo tho lol! (I have to admit that my hair looks like a wig in this pic! HAHAH)
My DIY earrings... this is just one of the hundreds that I have made, but I am so fond of these recently.Took these on our way home.
Really love the city that I am living in.
(Jacket from Causeway Bay, Sonia Rykiel Striped Top, Miss Sixty Jeans, Venilla Suite heels, DIY Earrings, Just Cavailli Bag)
Visit the following link to check out the ways that you can play with the scarf. Although by constantly wrapping the scarf around the model's body reminds me of the ancient Egyptian mummies, the video is so awesome that I am sure you will regret from not watching it!
I felt like a red packet walking on the street yesterday, and I found myself inappropriate to put on this big red cardigan when CNY is yet to come. Winter has not even arrived in HK now!
I had a great day having fabric shopping in Shamshuipo yesterday. I bought some very nice magenta fabric that I will be using to make clutches and pouches! My friend and I had also bought some nerdy specs for our upcoming tram party at the end of this month!WOOHOO!
(Chanel Cardigan & Earrings)
It is a Lumix LX3 and I bought this also under the advice of my hubby (as he was a photography tutor of some online courses before)!
(Image Credit: dcfever)
And thanks to the money spent on the camera, I gained a $50 Park'N'Shop coupon in a lucky draw at Festival Walk! (Seems that I am more happy with the coupon...)
Therefore, I can finally take some quality pictures from now on! :)
Ohohoh... Hong Kong is finally getting cold now! Winter is there at the corner (and so as my winter clothes! Woohoo!)