Street fashion, almost everyone can dress his/her own style and to be uniquely identified as street fashion!! I probably are recuperating myself from the Orlando trip and I have no desire to put on high fashion heels or layer my big brand clothes. Therefore, street fashion totally suits my mood these days.
Fall in California is perfect for layering clothes. When I was in Orlando, it is scorching hot and I was thinking about how lucky I am living in North Cal. that I will be able to do light layerings of my clothes and have fun with my outfits. But when I am now back here in San Francisco, surfing the Internet seeing all those models/celebrities/socialites in heavy winter coats almost suffocate me... lol... Speaking of warm weather, I really should start planning Sydney/Melbourne trip during Thanksgiving!!!! (............ ... oh... yeah... I should... )
Back to street fashion, I bought this black wrap scarf early Oct. and it is so creatively designed that I can wear it around my neck, wrap my bottom or maybe some other way that I have to fugue it out in the future. I am telling you, with the volatile weather in California, a scarf is a total save as* add-on accessory you should have a ton in your wardrobe. Wrap skirt seemly is another fashion come-back this year, but instead of buying new season ones, the white past-season Ann Demuleumeester I dug out from the bottom of my drawer is just perfect contrast here. With the killer accessories, Nubu clutch and Valentino studded boots, I am feeling so IN!
I also love layering my tanks and the key is they need to be in different volume or length to create an easy breezy effect. Now writing this blog I just realized that I am into burgundy color this season. The Valentino boots and the wool hat bought at Orlando premium outlet, it is the punch of color in my both ensembles. Again, "chic", doesn't have to be in tailored clothes, but definitely need to look put-together at the end, right?
Knit tank, Ann Denuleumeester wrap skirt, Valentino boots, Nubu leather clutch, Karen Walker sunnies, Bobkova black knitting scarf
Big knit scarf always has its cozy, and relaxed look.
A perfect breeze with an asymmetrical skirt here.
Layered tanks and a wool hat definitely keep me warm when suddenly the temperature drops.
Michael Angel printed tank, organic silk tank, J Brand super skinny jeans, the Kooples combat boots, Wool hat, Hermes Picotin in Berinia, Oliver People sunglasses
The Kooples combat boots has the tough look, love~~
Scarf, combat boots, wrap skirt, are you ready for fall?