Outfit details:

  • Top - Zara
  • Shades - Le Specs (Nordstorm)
  • Skirt - DIY (see below)
  • Heels - Halogen (Nordstorm)

DIY Porcelain Print Pleated Skirt:

Recreate the look with Rinchen's Porcelain Print Pleated Skirt tutorial:

How would you describe your style?

I love to experiment with different kinds of styles as I am still discovering my personal style but I often find myself leaning more towards a more minimalist modern chic look. More often than not though, I really just wear what I love and feel comfortable in regardless of it being in style or not. 

What's your favourite piece in your wardrobe?

It’s always the dress I can quickly throw on without thinking twice when I am in a rush and know that I’ll still feel good and look polished wearing it. 

Who are your style icons?

I don’t have any particular style icons but if I were to pick, it would be the street style stars or fashion bloggers such as Rumi Neely whose styles are so effortless and chic.  

Do you have any favourite designers?

Balmain, Altuzarra and Erdem are some of my favorite designers. 

Where are your favourite places to shop for new clothes clothes?

I don’t have one particular store/brand that I would consider a favorite. When I am shopping for something, I usually checkout a bunch of places hunting for that perfect thing. I always have difficulty finding my size whether its clothes or shoes so the hunt usually lasts quite long. 

Do you make or customise your outfits?

I customize more often than creating an entire outfit or piece of clothing. Usually it involves some kind of embellishment getting added on the piece. Other times, if I see a really nice print or texture but can’t find the dress in my size, I’ll buy whatever size they have and either customize it to fit me or use the fabric to make something else entirely.

Do you have any great tips for mixing up and personalising an outfit?   

In a single look, I only use one customized item whether it’s a piece of clothing or an accessory just to keep it minimal. I also tend to not use more than 2-3 colors in an outfit. Beyond that, I'd just stick to a balance of what you are in the mood for and what makes the most sense for the occasion. 

Which other fashion blogs do you love to read?

I love to keep up with other DIY blogs. I have too many favorite ones to list here. I also read a few street style and personal style blogs. Fashion Toast and Jak & Jil are my absolute favorites.  

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