My mom bought this Stripe Knit Dress for my Birthday present, which was September, but I didn't have a chance to wear it until now. Yep, this is how I enjoy knitted outfit in a warm country like Thailand.
Posting some photos from Hua Hin trip I went like...3 weeks ago... So far Hua Hin is still the place where it is not affected by the flood. The hotel we stayed in was awesome, with pool in every villa. (^^) Really wanna go there again!!!
Many of you may already heard about the flood that is happening in my country, Thailand. The amount of water that are going around are just massive, don't even know how to explain it. Within few hours turned village into pond, let's put it that way. If anyone would like to donate in helping us please click here to donate via The Thai Red Cross.
Below are just some pics I made with one of Thailand's symbol, Elephant. Please pray for Thailand.
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I never had anything yellow... seriously. Maybe accessories, but not clothings. But somehow I'm loving this yellow, mustard-ish skirt. I'm also liking "Skin Food"s skin care product right now. Look inside the serum, there're gold flakes in it!!!
I just love knitted clothings... if only Bangkok is any cooler, I'd probably be wearing them more often. This dress I'm wearing is really simple yet feminine, I feel like I need to act more like a lady when I'm in it.
When I see Tartan pattern in Japanese magazine, it kinda confirm that Autumn's here. Since the wheather is warm here in Bangkok, I decide to wear it with sheer black shirt. A little leg warmer in case it gets a little chilly...
Vivi (Japanese Fashion Magazine) rarely gives freebie, but the latest issue, it came with "MURUA"s detachable collar. This collar turn your sweater into a more chic and preppy outfit for this fall. I haven't try it out as yet, but will post the look for sure.