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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 evolved from our life experience. One thing I have learned from my little life is that I have a lot of patience in my 30s. I rushed my life during my school year and after I studied abroad in USA. But now I am settled here and I have all the time to ENJOY, so NO MORE rushing. I know I will have a lot to share when I am in my 40s and I will be even more calm and patient with everything. When you are a patient person, you actually can achieve a lot in your life. 

Let me tell you one thing: Be patient and love yourself a lot y'all!! 



J crew camisole, L'agence pencil skirt with slit, Hermes stripped sandals, Picotin in Barenia leather, Stella McCartney blazer, all Hermes bracelets, Karen Walker sunglasses

Sandra cropped bra top, Balenziaga studded wedges, Fendi Monster pouch, Dior sunglasses


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