My thursday outfit to the office and the exhibition. I’m currently in love with my new Jeanasis long coat, bought from my recent trip to Tokyo. The fabric is so soft and thin, which is great for the hot-and-humid-from-jan-to-dec Bangkok weather.
I decorated the pocket with Ne-Net‘s patch pin and the collar with butterfly stick pin. I’m pretty much obsessed with stick pins, but to be honest I think I love all kinds of pins. They’re tiny accessories that reflects your identity a little more than just
the simple outfits you wear. ♡♡♡
How do you decorate your favorite coats/jackets?
The timeless pieces, the ones that you can never get bored, the ones that you know many years after they will still be the ‘classics‘.
I did lots of thinking before investing in something I knew I’d end up stepping on, the ‘shoes’. I am more of a bag lady than a shoe lady so I could never stand spending lots and lots on just a pair and get bored few months later. But these Two-tone Classic Chanel Ballerina Flats are just one of those items I know would last (if I take a good care of them of course). Since I bought my Chanel Bag I had come to realized that it’s the only bag I still feel the chills every time I took it out of the box. When it comes to the timeless pieces, no girls can ever resist the classiness and the butterflies they can get from wearing the classic Chanel.
♡ My thoughts on the Classic Chanel Ballerina Flats ♡
Design: 5/5 | Comfort: 3.5/5 | Quality: 4/5
This two-tone flats fit perfectly with both casual looks and formal looks, their combination with jeans are the loveliest. However, I must say I find these babies very uncomfortable at first, just the first few times I wear them I even thought I bought the wrong size! Maybe that’s because I have wide feet shape. Few times after that though, the shoes expands a little to fit the shape of my feet and got much more comfy. The quality is great comparing to other ballerina flats I’ve worn before, Chanel gave me no bruises whatsoever. Cute ballerinas can never be the comfiest thing anyway. (But if there’s any you’d like to recommend, feel free to share♡)
When I was young my mom used to set this one and only wardrobe rule which is NEVER to wear pink with red, ever. So I got a habit of separating the two colours no matter what. For example I always thought that it’s a disaster to combine pink top and red skirt together, or if I wear red lips I will never wear something pink to go with it. But I later realised that a little bit of them both could be nice too, it just all depends on the tone you choose.
I discovered a little bit of wine/oxblood red and pastel pink could simply get along, during the time I got dark red gel manicure, so I couldn’t remove them when I wanted to spend my day thinking pastel. Sometimes extremely bright red and pink (like my Marimekko purse) is also a lovely mixture. Maybe I should try matching pink top and red skirt together again (in bigger size now of course that time I was only 7).
Pink embroidered top from Ne-Net, the classic 2.55 from Chanel, sequin kicks from Converse