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I almost forget to post this outfit! This was before Spring Break when all my roots are out and I can’t even put my hair down because it’s too obvious. People always ask how do I maintain my wavy hair, I just blow dry it till 80%, put some Paul Mitchell Full Circle Leave in Treatment, twirl it like a snake and make it into a little neat bun. Do my own thing, and undo my hair before heading out. Try it (:

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Ooops caught someone going to potty on camera
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Veda top
All Saints pants
Kurt Geiger Boots
Valentino Bag
Yvset Saint Laurent Ring

I figured I never introduced myself, so here’s a little bio:

I’m born in California, and moved back to Hong Kong when I was 2 months old. I was raised in Hong Kong, fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin ( I would prefer not to speak it, but I fully understand the language). I went to Maryknoll Convent School (all girls school) from grade 1-8, made a lot of life-long friendships.

I was sent to summer camps in the states since 8 years old, and went to boarding school in Maryland in grade 9.  It was a very small all girls boarding school, and it was a hard transformation for me.  So I transferred to Berkshire School in my Sophomore year ( I went there because my best friend, Chantal, was there and she loves it). Berkshire School made me learn a lot about myself and developed the interest in art. (I was always into fashion because my parents are in this industry).

After graduating High school, I went to Loyola Marymount in LA, hated it, dropped out, and went to a community college to earn some credits.  I had no idea what to do about life, I know I like fashion and certainly like money (who doesn’t), so TAADAAA! I came to NYC for Fashion Merchandising Management. major in FIT.  I’m currently in my junior year, and I will be graduating next Spring with 3 minors. OHH, and I forgot to mention I have an adorable chiuhuahua called Charcoal. He’s 3.5 years old now, and he’s an attention seeker. And we live happily ever after.

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People will forget what you said and forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.

thanks Camille for taking these photos,
have a good weekend x.

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