Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Photography by: Cory Chen
(Blazer - H&M; Top - Primark; Belt - Target; Skirt - UrbanOutfitters; Heels - JeffreyCampbell)

Hey guys! Can you believe I’m already posting another blog post? I think my New Years Resolution is to update my blog more often. YAY!

Anyways, I’m so miserable today. I got food poisoning and a slight fever. It sucks to start off the New Year this way, but there’s nothing I can do about it but grin and bear it, right?

This is the outfit I wore on New Years. I wanted the start off the New Year dressed my best. I’ve never actually owned a maxi skirt before so when I saw this skirt in the Sale section of an Urban Outfitters store in London, I knew that I had to get it. The original price of the skirt was £40, which is a converted $65. However, I got it for £9 ($14.50)!! What a bargain!! I don’t even think Urban Outfitters sales here in America get that great.

The skirt originally had two slits all the way up each leg. At first, I thought those slits made the skirt unique, but after awhile, I realized that the two slits made it look like a loincloth because of the narrow strip of fabric that is used to cover the crotch. That's probably why the skirt was in the sale section in the first place. As a solution, I sewed up the slits! Took me 3 long hours. I actually watched the Ball drop on TV while I was sewing this thing up haha

Tell me what you guys did New Year’s Eve! I would love to hear it =)


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  2. love this outfit so much and i love the shoes!

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