by far my favourite outfit of this past asia trip and, as it would have it, even the zara pieces were found upon our arrival. the perfect spring outfit and i think i have all my trends covered. the one thing about being in korea, it seems, was that no fashion rules really apply. i always find myself buying clothes on trips that i never wear again after returning home, and even though this may ring true here as well, i had so much fun putting together outfits when we were away that i may just continue on my exploration of no rules = no problems. a quick look through some of my street style magazines and my own closet has me thinking that i want to take more risks, buy bold patterns and not be afraid of colour. black will always remain my go to, but seasons are short and i want to get the most out of the things i get excited for on everyone else. so i will at least give it an honest try. in the meantime another existential question remains, for fall > bangs or no bangs? xoxo
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