Pictured: Vionnet pleated blouse (similar here and here), & Other Stories wide leg trousers (similar here and here) and large Saint Laurent Sac de Jour Tote (here and here)
Recently, I started this thing called work. It’s one of those things that makes me wonder whether more complacency in this world could make us stress less and stay less hours in the office. Despite the many many internships I’ve done, the adjustment from being a full-time student hasn’t exactly been easy. There’s that repetitive schedule that limits my freedom to take a nap (I’m like a cat), take photos in empty settings or even go to the doctor. And within such set hours and days, I finally experienced the infamous millennial phrase called Hump Day, the day that makes you look forward to the weekend just a little more.
You’re not really a New Yorker until you say no to going out on a Friday night. It’s somewhat of an illusion that it’s the city that never sleeps, because if you try to keep up with that, you’ll probably suffer malnutrition from eating too much $1 pizza. But if you are planning on staying out until the sun rises, why not dress so you’re still glamorous in the daylight? So here’s to some hangover chic. View Post
The relationship between distance and time remains a hindrance we can’t seem to conquer. Only if time travel was possible would we no longer have to wait and be patient. Especially true for commuters who face the pain on a regular basis, there’s immense wishful thinking for the simpler days when urban sprawl wasn’t as rapid and relentless. But perhaps amongst the traffic lights and bus stops, there’s something to be said about the pace we navigate our lives in a fast changing world. View Post