This year’s Chinese new year is five days away, I can’t wait because it’s said that people whose Chinese zodiac are pigs are having a better year in 2018, which I need desperately! In China, it’s a traditional to wear something red during the new year festival, not only it’s the Chinese color, but also it represents happiness and driving away the bad luck.
Here I am wearing a red Staud (yes that brand famous for its bucket bag) jumpsuit I got when it’s on sale, and it still IS!!! Obvious it’s not summer yet here in Boston, but the material is so thin and it would weird with boots, so I paired it with a read block heel to add more redness. The result of that was we kept running back inside after two or three pictures then come out again, YEAH! it’s that cold!
Accessories wise, I love either classic simple ones or statement ones, go big or go small, right?! I bought this one from MANGO, they have a variety of statements earrings that can make a plain outfit more fun!
As you all may or may not know, winter in Boston is freeeeezzzing, thus photoshoot outside became more and more difficult, I apologize for the laziness of my blog update. Here are some looks we shot at the beginning of this winter.
btw HAPPY NEW YEAR 2018!
I like to wear trench coat in the winter because it’s good for layering, it’s so big and loose you can wear anything inside in order to keep yourself warm. It might sound crazy to wear a trench in the winter, but I just don’t like how big and inconvenient heavy winter coats make me look like. I AM SURE SOMEONE OUT THERE FEELS THE SAME LIKE ME!
Speak of laying, this classic look of sweatshirt + straight jeans + sock boots is a classic combination for laying any kinds of coats. You can see it’s been used a lot in some good street looks.
The second look is another classic style option in winter: warm sweater + long skirt, because you can hide anything under that skirt and still look good! I was wearing a thick thick knit tights in the pictures to keep myself warm.