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Fishnet and Green Lipstick

By on April 25, 2017

“There are plenty of fish in the sea, and a fishnet is what you need.”

I went to the mall on Saturday and ran into an old friend – makeup-junkie Emma at the M.A.C store. I was wearing this green top that day, so the green lipstick on the display happened to catch my eye. I have always been so entertained by M.A.C lipstick color names, so I picked up the stick to uncover the label, and my amusement level skyrocketed when I discovered that its name is Deep With Envy. Oh, the intensely poisonous sound of that really seduced me. “Let’s try it on you,” said Emma… and here we are today, with the fishnet too!

                             

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Choker Top and Fringed Poncho

By on February 28, 2017
It was the moment when the wind blew that my hair and fringes on my poncho drifted together harmoniously. I simply love the ensemble of the moment.

“It was the moment when the wind blew that my hair and fringes on my poncho drifted together harmoniously. I simply love the ensemble of the moment.”

Ok, let’s do a reality check here. I’m from a tropical country – Thailand. It’s always estimably 30ºC, all year long. I go out in the winter completely layered, like onions. I hustle when I walk outside because I can’t wait to be inside somewhere warm and still keep my coats on, for at least 20 minutes. Sometimes, I don’t take my coats off at all!

Despite my sensitivity to the cold, it was a really beautiful day with blue sky in the Beaujolais, with the special visit of the snow—lots of it! Therefore, we had to go outside to enjoy it, played snow balls fights, and of course, take some pictures! The average temperature on this day ranged from -1ºC to -5ºC. Our iPhones shut down multiple times while we were outside. Yes, so freezing cold even our most loyal digital companions ditched us (“How dare you brought us out in this numbing cold and expect us to finely function?! Bye bye!”).

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