I'd never thought I'd say this, but I'm currently obsessing with this pink bag from Gucci. Most of you guys know that I am not a huge fan of pink. My style is usually kinda edgy and causal, so pink definitely isn't a color expect showing up in my outfits. But the best part about fashion is there's no "rules and it is full of fun. Means, you don't have to style yourself in a distinctly feminine way with pink. In this outfit, I wanted to neutralizing the pink bag, so I wore a distressed dress in black, matching with an oversized parka and a pair of boots to create an edgy-chic outfit. As you can see, the ensemble still remaining my edgy style but with the new pink popped up. 

Faith Connection Parka / Gucci Bag / Ottolinger Dress / Vetements Boots / Dior Choker / Dior Earrings




Ottolinger Slip Dress / Ottolinger Nude Dress / Ann Demeulemeester Boots 



Okay, I usually like to keep my private matters private. I don't really like to share too many personal opinions on social media platforms except some funny quotes that speaks my thought clearly. But I thought I could make an exception this time to share my personal thoughts here. 

I have faith that true beauty is not related to how hot your body is or what color your eyes are. True beauty is about who you are as a human being, confidence and your moral compass. Back to when I was a teenager, I believed that it was more important to be beautiful on the outside - to have sharper nose, slimmer face, longer hair and bigger eyes. In fact, I was having the strong feeling of inferiority about my appearance. I wasn't tall enough like those supermodel and I wasn't pretty enough like her and this and that. I didn't even know how to love myself. Over a span of time, I'd realized that how could I think in that way, such a shallow dumb b*tch. Why I compared myself to friends around me? It drove me crazy and made me cried in middle of the night most of the time. It took quite a long time to convinced me to believe that above all things physical, it is more important to be beautiful on the inside - to have a big heart and an open mind and confidence. Because we really are living in a society that focuses so much on physical appearance. If you pay more attention, most people's inside are ugly and disgusting. Even pretty people have very unattractive insides. 

To me, beauty is about being comfortable. It is about knowing and accepting who you are. I am happy being who I am. I'm confident even though most of my friends still thinking the way I'm wearing my clothes is weird. I don't really care, I live honestly and truthfully, and I think that is a reason why I was chosen to Paris Fashion Week, and chosen as plenty brands of ambassador and won my dream job - fashion buyer. It's just bonus that I have an incredible twin sister, Cherrie. She is a professional full-time fashion blogger. I am so lucky enough to have her in my life because she never control me at all. She doesn't like my manager who always complaints my Instagram are boring and lack of communication with my followers. Means? I seldom post about food, coffee, selfie and you know what I am trying to tell. '' Why Evangeline is wearing a super-duper oversized cardigan for? She can't even use her cellphone in that cardigan.'' Hey, I don't even care what you say. I don't really mind her style is better than mine or her face is prettier than mine. I don't want to be a crazy b*tch again. 

Speaking about my style, I love the current me, truly deeply madly. In this post, I'm wearing Balenciaga blazer and paired with vintage trousers and Ann Demeulemeester Boots to create the girl boss vibe but in slightly more edgy and masculine feel. 

Balenciaga Blazer / Vintage Trousers / Ann Demeulemeester Boots / Balenciaga Dad Cap




Well, this post is all about the basics and an easy outfit. Most of us have a t-shirt lurking somewhere in our wardrobe, so I thought I'd encourage you to wear it because a t-shirt is a perfect wardrobe staple. My casual look has been some sort of variation of a t-shirt and jeans. This t-shirt from Martine Rose is a very relaxed fit with wide set shoulder seams. It's super soft and doesn't hug the middle area. I know some t-shirts are sometimes shapeless, so my tip is I like to knot the back to gives the t-shirt some shape and highlights my waits which prevents the outfit from swamping me. A simple t-shirt with sweatpants can seem dull until you add some statement accessories like geeky glasses, or you go into fun details like go with the bold colors.  

Martine Rose T-shirt / Topshop Sweatpants / Adidas Original Sneakers / Asos Glasses 




I think most of you know that a white tee is a must have in every girls wardrobe right? Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. A white tee is so simplistic and equally as versatile. What if a white tee with front corset detail or lace-up detail? Thanks to designers such as Givenchy and ChloĆ©, and starlets as Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner brought the lace-up trend back and already gaining popularity. 

The lace-up trend surprisingly can take on many different vibes. In this post, I'm trying to reach a chic and comfortable look. Comfort need not be achieved at the expense of style. So, I threw on an oversized white tee with front corset-style lace-up around the waist to avoid looking sloppy. I also paired it with boyfriend jeans and heels to add a little bit feminine vibes in this look. Lastly, put an iconic dad cap on to elevate this chic and comfortable look. Simple and easy right?




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