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Current Obsession - Pile pieces up look!

Peplum is big this fall and I always love the look of a cinched waist look. It not only adds feminine touch to a plain outfit but also divulge a casual sexiness out of a woman. 

I had this Comme de Garcon blouse since this spring.  I absolutely adore its pristine and crisp white peplum cutting, and the extravagant sleeves. Regretfully I didn't get its matching bottom half in Taipei while I had the chance but guess I will just do layering and pile whatever pieces I picked from my closet for a personalized me look. 

Here is the previous post  and another look that you can see the slightly peplum on this white blouse better. As for Comme des Garcons A/W 2012 looks, they reminds me the cutout fabric I did with my son for his "Flat Stanley" school project. Suffice to say, we only have to meet one criteria: The clothes somewhat has to reflect old Chinese society and it doesn't have to be 3 dimensional. 


COMME des Garcons A/W 2012

Flat Stanley cut-out outfit from some random fabric of felt, wool, cotton, ..etc. 

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Comme des Garcons white peplum top s/s 2012, 20,000,000 fragmenets tweed jacket, Mother skinny jeans, Hermes Rubis Lindy, Alexander Wang Abbey sandal, LoveQuin.com star earrings 

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What trend you are following this fall?
Make it your look no matter what.

xoxo Rachel 



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