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Anything works : 70s, 80s, even 90s looks as long as you pull it off with your confidence.

Friend and I were talking about how the fashion trends are so mixed these days. It pretty much blends in all the looks in different eras and it doesn't seem we have a boundary at all. Oh yeah, no boundary!! Personally, I don't think I have figured out all the different styles in different eras unless it is around my mom's generation or before mine and current.  Occasionally, I recognize those trends from movies and sometimes I'd play dress-up with my girl friends in our outing. It is a way of living and a way of enjoy our life. Over the years I realized two things that the first one is my mom has exquisite taste in styles and that's how I got a sense of fashion.  And the second is since she is a really picky eater that made me a total opposite of her: a non-picky eater and a not bad cook. Well, unless I confined myself NOT to touch certain food out of health concern I pretty much eat everything that is edible. ha~  

We, are all one of our kind, and we are uniquely e…

A paradise trip in Bali, Indonesia.

I have been neglected my blog for a while but definitely not neglect fashion trends nor heathy life style. As a matter of fact, if you browse my side bar on FB, you will see lots of updates and even my IG is full of updates too. Well, I know, that is not an excuse for not updating my blog here. 
I have traveled back to my hometown Taipei 3 times this year and I am surprised that I still enjoy flying so much after quitting a flight attendant 10 years ago.  I also went to Bali and stayed at Mulia, this world class resort, with my family and relatives. I had the best time, best water-rafting experience and took the best yoga pictures there.  So here it is slowly catching up as my hectic life with travel, house remodeling, shopping, yoga advance.....etc. I hope you continue be inspired and enjoy our life journey together. 
Full Wheel with one leg. 
 King Dancer's pose in my full expression 
With my Lavish Alice dress strutting down the street in Bali 
I am not quite a sun-bathing enthusias…

Playful and subtle outfit is always chic and in trend.

I have always loved camo. prints. I had an inspiration from my acting friend who is in her 50s and she wears the most fierce camo. print cargo pants ever. And ever since I am in love with the prints and deeply believe that camouflage print is suitable for every age. However, don't wear it head to toe, otherwise you will certainly look like a soldier in real life.    And that is NOT fashion and it is NOT fun at all. 
So what's the key to pull off a camouflage print piece?? Try a little feminine and a little tailored like my pencil skirt. The blush sleeveless trench also adds a softer touch to the whole look. What do you think? 
J crew camisole, came. print pencil skirt, Sophie Webster sandals, Sara Battaglia clutch, Lavish Alice sleeveless trench 
Don't you adore the angular bow look which tough up the otherwise too feminine clutch? The camouflage skirt is feminine enough with the hard cased bow clutch, I think the balance played in this look is fun yet stylish without trying t…

Mesmerizing tidies things after my Asia trip. Resting, recharge until I am ready for my next one in October.

I have been away from USA for more than 2 weeks.  After Taipei and Bali, I am finally HOME, San Francisco. 
 New acquisitions during my Asia trip: Fendi monster slip-ons and monster pouch. 
 My fancy oolong tea with tasteless gold flakes. 


Chicken soup before I passed out for 10 Hours in plane while flying back to San Francisco.  The new Boeing-777 is uber comfortable and smartly configured with useful compartments. 

Paper Towns Mandarine translated version ( NOT so found of the translation and that tells me I should read its original version for any movie novels in the future.)