Described as a "square cloth worn around the neck", the neckerchief is now the quintessential accessory of the moment. Long been an easy and practical item to wear, the neckerchief is an ideal add-on for a layered look during transitional weather patterns (1). A great way to spice up a gloomy outfit or day, I urge you to try this look out for an elegant and effortless way to spice up your wardrobe (2).
It might be a little late for me to say this but welcome to March- the month of my birthday! February flew by so quickly that we are already inviting Spring with sightings of Cherry Blossom around the city. I can't wait to leave the cold weather behind and embrace sunshine and longer days. On that note, If you follow me on Instagram and Snapchat you will know that I was invited to a special event at the Vancouver Art Gallery last week. The purpose of the mixer was to introduce the MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, "a groundbreaking exhibition tracing the emergence and evolution of mashup culture". However, I was extremely sick so I wasn't able to stay for too long but I did get a chance to admire the artworks quickly and take are some pictures from the lovely event.
If you like Korean dramas, music or food then you would be equally impress with their diligent skincare regiment. Koreans are known for their skin and what they excel most is in the area of hydration. If you see Hallyu stars or Korean celebrities, you will see that often their skin is very dewy and moisturized, almost "baby-like" which give them a healthy youthful glow. If you are looking to capture that soft and supple skin, I want to introduce to you a line called AMOREPACIFIC which I have been using since last winter as a solution to dry dehydrated skin.
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