“Je veux juste une dernière danse. Avant l’ombre et l’indifférence. Un vertige puis le silence. Je veux juste une dernière danse.” – Kyo.

C’était un classique quand j’étais plus jeune. Je remercie mon amie, Wendy qui m’a donnée envie de la réécouter. Pour les personnes qui ne connaissent pas cette chanson, ça vient d’un groupe français nommé Kyo. J’ai eu ma période rock avec Téléphone, Indochine, Green ou Fall Out Boys etc. C’était une bonne période haha. Je me souviens encore quand je regardais One Tree Hill qui était et qui est ma série préférée. Peyton, un des personnages principales, avait un bon goût en musique : Jimmy Eat World, Gavin DeGraw, Fall Out Boys etc. Elle m’avait inspirée à l’époque (lol).
Bref, petit souvenir que je voulais vous raconter. Revenons à la tenue, je l’ai shooté avec mon copain @davidignaz lors de notre session du week-end à explorer les recoins de Paris. Bien sûr, nous avons fini vers Opéra donc nous sommes allés vers Place Vendôme pour shooter ma tenue. Elle est inspirée d’un mix de Jenn Im et de Sophia Chang remixée à ma sauce. J’ai associé ce manteau trop confortable et chaud avec un tee-shirt blanc à lacets. Tout ça associé avec un pantalon à cul de poule et des classiques Chelsea boots.

This was a classic song when I was younger. Thanks to my friend, Wendy, I listened to it again. For people who don’t know this song it is from a french group called Kyo. I had my rock period with Telephone, Indochine, Green Day or Fall Out Boys etc. It was a good period! I remember that I watched One Tree Hill, my fav series (and it is still my fav one). Peyton, one of the main characters, listens to really good artists like Jimmy Eat World, Gavin DeGraw, Fall Out Boys etc. So she inspired me back then.
Anyway, it was a little memory I wanted to share with you guys. Back to this photoshoot, it was with my boyfriend @davidignaz and we were exploring Paris as always to find new places.
Ofc, I always get inspired by Opera area so we took some pictures at Place Vendome. This outfit was inspired by the mix of Jenn Im and Sophia Chang remixed by me lol.
I love this coat, so comfy for a cold winter with a white tee-shirt with laces. All of this associates with a houndstooth pants and some chelsea boots.



OOTD: Mix&Match.

Last week, I met my friend Chantal from Likeabyul whom I last met one year ago. I was happy to see her again, she is so cute haha. You can see the pictures I took of her on her blog, in the article “Place Vendôme“. After craving our Korean meal in Pyramides in Paris, we tried to find a place where we could shoot some photos of our outfit of the day. We walked so much between Opéra and Pyramides to finally end up at Place Vendôme. Arrived there, we saw a wedding shooting and another one for a shop or something like that.. So we decided to do it at this place. At the beginning, I was scared because I am not used to shoot in the street but this time, it was okay, I just think I was a tourist and that’s all. Yeah, some advantages being Asian, haha.



I wore this outfit because it reminds me my university exchange in China. I often wore this top, this skirt and these high-socks in Nanjing mostly when I was going in nightclub, lmao. So many memories in that outfit even if I was not especially wearing it together but each piece has its story. And I feel damn good on it even if these days I feel like a fatty with my big belly and thighs.. (Need to do sport)
I think this outfit can reveal a story like Paris to Nanjing. It reflects an Asian girl who did an uni exchange in China during 4 months. It brought me some self-confidence and a fresh air I needed to start a new year. I had to change my mind because before leaving in Nanjing, Paris totally annoyed me and I was totally sad and tired of everything. Each little thing could irritate me. This experience brought me responsibilities, carefree, freedom, self-confidence and less shyness, I think. I just want to come back to Nanjing and spend time with my friend, Sandra.

This day, I wore a top “Believe” from Forever21, a skirt and high-socks from H&M bought in Nanjing at Deji Plaza (argh, many memories), a jeans vest from Zara, a headband bought in Seoul and my babies sneakers, Vans which I carried them when I was on the Great Wall.



My photographer did a great job hehe. I was quite at ease when she took me, I am thankful that she helps me on my goal with this blog. She always encourage me no matter what, she believes in me. I think everyone needs friends like that and I am glad to have her even if I know her only one year.
What’s more, I am ambitious, I don’t afraid to say it. I am not patient but I try to learn to be patient to grow up and take lessons to live happy in my life. These days, I think a lot about my future, what I want to do with my career etc.. But I have some ideas but I have to wait to see which choices are offered to me. I love fashion and business, I just want to work in this field. I never say that I am fashionable but I try my best to wear clothes I like and to have my own style that’s all. I am nobody to impose something. I just want to say: Be yourself!

If you have an account on LookBook, you can hype my outfit if you like it on this link: here
I chose “Mix&Match” because I was going to buy some food with my parents and I saw this sentence on a shopping window. I immediately thought that fashion is an enormity, each person has his own style, you can combine different styles and create your own one. That’s why, we can mix and match pieces to have a great result.


Jeans Vest – ZARA, 29,99 €

Top – Forever 21, 11,50 €

Skirt – H&M, 19,99 €

High-socks – H&M, 9,99 €

Sneakers – Vans, 65 €

Headband, 5 €


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