Tag: dress

March 27, 2014

Building a business (fashionable) wardrobe on budget

Building a work wardrobe on a budget is difficult, especially as a millennial-I should know! You want to develop a style that is professional but you also need to be mindful of where you work and where you are going. Sometimes you even have to think about who you are meeting! As a millennial: 1) I change jobs sooner and more often than previous generations, meaning dress…

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May 21, 2013

Front Row at MOCA NYC

Just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Canal Street in Chinatown you’ll find a quieter street with a hidden gem: MOCA NYC. Back in January, I visited MOCA for the first time to attend a panel, “Female, Fashionable, New York“, to hear perspectives of three Asian American women in the Fashion industry. This is when I found out that MOCA would have…

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January 17, 2013

To be unforgettable, be different.

Last night, the Global CEO of Chanel, Maureen Chiquet, was speaking at an event at the Asia Society  (See previous post or click here). That being said, it’s only natural I wanted to dress like and channel my inner (Coco) Chanel- simple. effortless. chic. Chanel is known for many things: tweed, quilted bags and the No 5 fragrance to name a few- but her name is…

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October 25, 2012

Package Yourself

TWO. image credit: stylelist.com mission makeover EIGHTEEN. image credit: stylelist.com mission makeover Can you guess what those numbers represent?