Floral jumpsuit: Topshop Bag: Céline Heels: Robert Clergerie Aviators: Nina Ricci Bracelets: Kenneth Jay Lane, Ben Amun
My shopping uniform when in Asia is pretty predictable. When you don’t plan on checking in any baggage, my solution is stay monochromatic. In my case B&W. That’s the only way I can pack without thinking. And since cardio-shopping in Hong Kong is the Olympics of all shopping, comfortable flat sandals is a must. Plus, I don’t really care that my shopping outfits are boring, they walk too fast over here to even notice !
Waiting to fuel up with dim sum and Tsing Tao beer at the hotel restaurant before braving the heat and the haggling marathon.
Riding the star ferry from Tsim Sha Tsui to Hong Kong Central. Uhmm. I don’t know that guy behind me, but he looks just as confused as I am when I’m working with my camera.
Have a great week! xx
A list of my little treasures in April.
I love wearing aviators. This mirror-effect pair from Nina Ricci is my latest favorite. I don’t think this will ever leave my travel bag.
I bought this Dior Rosy Glow awakening blush when it first came out a couple of months ago. Again, I bought it only because I’m a sucker for pretty packaging. I recently just started using it and it’s the perfect pink flush for this humid weather. It does make you glow. Promise.
I bought this Bungalow No. 9 diffuser set in Bamboo and Orange blossom for my condo 8 months ago. I was so surprised when I got back how it still smelled so fresh and new. I had to re-stock, I am obsessed with this scent.
I found this monogrammed linen tissue holder and I had to get it. Who knew reaching for Kleenex can be this dramatic/chauvinistic?
I’ve never been a fan of Chanel foundations until I came across this one. This formula, Chanel PERFECTION LUMIÈRE is perfect for summer. It leaves a silky, powdery finish. I have oily skin and I swear, my skin stayed matte for 7 hours and it was the hottest day ever recorded (in this part of the world) when I had it on.
What were your little treasures this month? xx