Would You Wear 'Flare Jeans'?


Jeans: Noisy May// Asos// Free People

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Have you heard? The 70's are making a comback this season. Part of that are flare jeans - a trend that I unfortunately wore really badly when it was popular last time. But they look so much more stylish this time around, paired with elegant street pieces to get that modern chic look. After seeing a bevy of fashionable streetstyle featuring this jean shape, I'm suddenly inclined to change my mind about then after all. I mean, Olivia Palermo and Alex Chung, how could you go wrong right?

Here's a dilemma I'm facing just about now. I love the look of these jeans on other girls, but can I pull it off? Hmmmm...any thoughts my fashionable ladies?

So, would you wear flare jeans? Discuss!


- Che

Pop Princess



Top: c/o Snapmade// Jacket: Forever 21// Skirt and watch: Asos// Shoes: Edge// Bag: Zara

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Yes, I am owning flat shoes right now. It's getting really hotter, but not hot enough that I couldn't wear my moto jacket over a tee. Macau feels blessed with sunshine nowadays, which is amazing for the blogger in me. I paired my always trusted red moto jacket, my 'Pop' tee, and a pair of flats with an ankle guard a la Alexander Wang. They're red and they're made of a plasticky material which means they can go through all the seasons - I'm so bringing this to my next trip! If you want a custom-made tee of your own, just click the Snapmade link above ^^

I needed to look very casual today, since I was only going out to grab a quick lunch. So no fussy details, and absolutely no heels, because I'm just not in the mood for that when I'm going for a quick Thai lunch.

I was so inspired to keep fit via the 'juicing' trend, which both Carla and one of my fitness nut friends went on, that I start tomorrow with a friend who's just as into keeping fit as I am. We're making our juices at home. Yep, I'm gonna be using my juicer right after posting this. Wish me luck darlings! It does not look easy. Right now I'm on a 24-hour raw food (only fruits and veggies) prep for tomorrow. But I already failed with my Thai lunch. Hey, I ordered a shrimp and green mango salad, but they said none of that was available, so I had half a pad thai instead! =(

Anyways, do you like my red, white and casual look? Let me know in the comments as per usual!


- Che

Hippie Pants


Pants: Me & George Vintage// Jacket and crop top: Forever 21// Bag: Zara// Shoes: Pull & Bear// Beanie: H&M// Earring: local store

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I'm not gonna lie, these are the most comfortable trousers I have ever had the pleasure of owning. And out of all my bottoms, one of the coolest. They're like pajamas, only it's not immoral to wear them outdoors. I still can't believe I bought this at an amazingly cheap price in a consignment store. 

Like almost all my other posts, this will start with 'Leon was off'. We hit the gym and then decided we wanted to spend the rest of the day outside our home, maybe eating and going for long walks. No plans were made. Nothing was set in stone. I had even told him that maybe we didn't need to take photos because the day ended young. But we did, and now you have this 'lazy girl' outfit to see today. Just flat shoes, a leather jacket (my standby) and a teeny, tiny crop top. I was going for comfort. We wanted a day as effortless as possible. Once I saw this little part of Macau where these photos were taken, I couldn't resist. It's probably the most scenic, vintage looking area in the place I call home. Colorful Portuguese-era buildings dotted along the Sai Van lake. Almost no cars on the roads. A perfect photographic moment everywhere we looked. We ate at the little restaurant 'Henri's Galley' which had outdoor seating. It was all blissful.

I feel like life stopped for a moment. Nothing mattered. Just Leon, me, the view, Macau. Perfection.

So, do you like my funny pants? Discuss!

- Che