Dressing for Date Night

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Tiffany Co. Knot Earrings | DIY Sleeveless Blazer, Forever 21 | I <3 KK, Kota Kinabalu Market | H&M Sequin Pants | New Balance Sneakers | Bourjois Rouge Edition in Hot Pepper

Oh! Do I love Date Night! Date Night doesn’t happen all that often in our relationship–it’s actually something both Kevin and I have agreed upon that needs to change. The kids are now at an age where their social lives are becoming as busy as ours, so we’re left often times staring at each other on a Friday night. This is a good thing! It means we can start going out again–similar to what I refer to as our “Rock Star Years” in Bombay, India. When dressing for Date Night there are three different individuals or groups of people that I dress for. I dress for him, I dress for me, and I dress for them. Let me explain….

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Dressing for Him:

Dressing for Date Night 8When I go to get dressed for Date Night, I consider things Kevin likes to see me in or even items that he’s given to me as gestures of love. For example, here in this outfit, the t-shirt is one of my most favorite gifts from Kevin: he got it for me on a business trip to Kota Kinabalu–no the “KK” doesn’t actually stand for Kevin Krembs, but I like to believe it does! I squealed with joy when he gave me this simple souvenir; then I even had a quick tear of joy come to my eyes. Also of note are my earrings: while I could have gone with something more bold, I chose a delicate pair of knotted Tiffany earrings he gave one Christmas. These are two small gestures to show I appreciate him and his kindness. Another thing I might do is wear something I know he especially likes–for example something to show off my legs since that his favorite part of my body. On a Date Night, I make small little tweaks to show my date I like knowing that he likes seeing his date. Does that make sense? It’s definitely dressing to impress.

Dressing for Me:

Dressing for Date Night 9While I might dress to impress my date, there is also another person I want to impress and that is me! I definitely dress in items that I feel great in. The feeling of wearing something that makes me feel good will transpire into me actually looking good. Again, does this make sense? Maybe not, but let’s put it this way: if I’m uncomfortable in an item I might tug at it or hunch my shoulders, yet if I feel good, I will stand tall, have a more vibrant smile, and carry myself in a confident assured manner. With this outfit, yes, I love the t-shirt! It definitely makes me feel good, but so do the black sequin pants. I love sequin, so when I get a chance to wear it, I go for it. Another item that always makes me feel 100 times better about myself is a red lippy–granted it’s not the best for kissing my date with, but it can always be wiped away later!

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Dressing for Them:

Dressing for Date Night 4This may come across as an odd group of people to be dressing for Date Night, but let me explain. There’s nothing worse than arriving to a party, venue, or restaurant in inappropriate attire. This is sure to make anyone uncomfortable. Therefore I consider who and where I will be for an event. In this case, Kevin and I were heading to a cool, urban area of Hong Kong: the Mid-Levels. It’s bustling with nightlife and is a very hip place to go. While I knew I was a bit over-the-top with my sequin pants, I went with black as to fit in. Also, pairing the look with a black (sleeveless and regular for layers) blazer helped with the more conservative but trendy vibe of Hong Kong.

What about you? What’s Dressing for Date Night like for you?

Really, I want to know. Do my three ways of dressing for date night resonate for you? Or do you have a different set of guidelines when getting dressed for a date with your special someone? Tell me in the comments….



Chandelier Earrings | Gold Cuff | Stacked Rings | Turquoise Earrings |
Turquoise Cuffs | Indian Earrings

Recently, I was contacted by the most beautiful online jewellery destination: Lustre. I was so thrilled when they reached out to me, and even more pleasantly surprised when I got to meet the founder and owner of Lustre, Anaita. Anaita, although she’s an expat just like me, is originally from Bombay, India. She now lives in Singapore but also lived in Hong Kong for over a dozen years. When we started playing the name game and found that we had mutual friends, the small world spark had been lit! Originally, Anaita had told me to pick out some of my favorite items–now when you go visit this site, you will find that near impossible! Everything is GORGEOUS! I only just showed six of the many items I was impressed by. I was thrilled when she gifted me a beautiful pair of amethyst earrings and two titanium black cuffs (to be worn Wonder Woman style of course!). My birthday is this month, so I don’t plan on taking these purple baubles off. What do you like from this very affordable, very friendly, Singaporean based jewellery shop named Lustre?

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Fitting into a Winter Wonderland

winter wonderland 3It was amazing to experience a winter wonderland this winter. Having lived overseas for almost half my life (wow! Putting it that way makes it seem like a loooooonng time!), I’ve missed the snowy winters I had growing up in Spokane, Washington. That’s why Christmas 2015 was so very special: the whole family got to indulge in the winter wonderland experiences of sledding, skiing, snow angel making, shivering, everything. For me however, I didn’t really get to take part in the actual physical activities that accompany snow. Rather, I just tried the look the part! I continually wore my big oversized cable knit sweater almost every day. I embraced slouchy beanies and got great use out of my cream, full-length, down jacket. I pulled out the Sorels from my snowboarding days circa 1990. I even wore makeshift ski-looking-pants with my faux leather joggers. I might not have hit the slopes, but I definitely tried to play the part. The only way I know I fit in was by all the “Oh! Don’t you look like a snow bunny!” comments that I received in the bar apré ski. Here’s the trick to fitting into a winter wonderland scene–just make sure to dress cozy.

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Shop the Winter Wonderland Look:

My sweater from Needle is now gone as are my (faux) leather joggers from a few years ago. I’ve found some other options for you though so you too can fit in and get the winter wonderland look. You just need a cable knit sweater, some faux leather joggers, and a pair of winter snow boots. You’ll be set!

The Sweater
The Joggers
The Boots

January’s Instagram @KrembdelaKremb: Vol. 13

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I realize it was just last week that I updated my November and December Instagram Collages. Therefore, for January I’m trying to stay on top of things. If you are a reader of Kremb de la Kremb and you are on Instagram, I want to know! Please follow @krembdelakremb so I can follow you back! Like I said last week: Instagram is by far my favorite social network. It allows me to celebrate style on a daily basis. Stay tuned for lots of red in February plus a trip to Thailand. Oh, and my birthday is in Feb so there’s that too! January was long, but not because of the days. It involved the tail end of our trip home to the Pacific Northwest, getting back to work and school, and extreme cold weather in Hong Kong. All in all, it was a great month despite the latter two.

@Krembdelakremb on Instagram:

1. The first pic up above was my most liked post of January. I never know what makes a picture get more likes–is it because this was a selfie? Not sure….but regardless, I do love the coziness of these mittens!

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2. On New Year’s Eve we were able to finally see my niece Elle dance. It was amazing! And of course I cried. I’ve wanted to see her dance for over a decade now, so getting the chance was a memory made forever!

3. During our trip home, I went to Target, let’s see….hmm! Too many times to count!! Haha. On one such trip, I saw this faux furry hat but then did not purchase. When I woke up in the morning completely fixated, one more trip to target was made! I love this hat!! Anything that makes me feel fabulous when I wear it, is a winner in my book.

4. I hadn’t gone jean shopping since 2009! While home I made a solo trip to Madewell. Luckily I found two pairs of jeans: these high rise black skinny jeans and a pair of Flea Market Flares (on sale mind you!). I’d been coveting my sister’s flares since the summer when she let me borrow them. I was happy to finally update my jean collection.

5. We took a mini vacation away from our vacation and drove up to Vancouver for two nights. I LOVE Vancouver–nicknamed Hongcouver over here in Hong Kong. It’s such a vibrant city filled with both urban and natural treasures–much like HK.

6. I’ve created a new reading routine: a book at school that’s for teens and a book at home that’s adult. I had started to notice that I was only reading young adult for work, yet I was missing out on adult literature. Now that I have this new system, I find I’m reading more. This book Fates and Furies is quite good: the first half is from the husband’s point of view and the second half the wife’s. It’s interesting to see the discrepancies in understanding and what the lack of communication looks like on either side. I highly recommend this book by Lauren Groff; it’s made me really wonder how an author weaves a story together. She’s done a remarkable job in Fates and Furies.

7. Have you seen Star Wars?! I sure hope so!! I LOVED it!! In fact, I loved it so much that I bought a pair of limited edition Star Wars Vans to celebrate the Force!

8. The Fab 40s styled embroidery this month. I was excited to put together my black velvet suit with these two separate embroidered pieces that appear as a set but actually are not.

9. & 10. We’ve been unseasonably cold over here in Hong Kong–as I mentioned in this post. Outside it’s no big deal because I get to wear all my cozy sweaters and fun coats. It’s just in doors that it gets difficult–since we have no heat!

Style Stories No. 10: Sweater Season

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It’s been cold in Hong Kong–like seriously cold especially by Hong Kong standards, so the wear of these three sweaters is completely authentic. If you follow along on Instagram, you will have quite familiar with these three pieces. I love each of them, and of course they each have their own little story.

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I first saw this sweater on Sue from my Instagram feed. If you go to her feed as well, you will see this sweater proving its cost per wear. It’s basically the perfect winter sweater, and what makes it even more special is that it was hand-knit by Needle–a boutique started by two British knitters. (This sweater is called Coco. Charcoal is the only color left, but now it is half off! The Addie is also beautiful and comes in a pretty pale grey color–it is also half off!)

Mountain Sweater 1
I kept eyeing this sweater at Zara. I hemmed and hawed, but I never bought. Finally when I was ready to finally purchase it online, it was sold out. Then, in that rush of a week before going home for the holidays, during a last minute shopping excursion to the mall, I walked into a Zara, and there it was! Yes, I grabbed it and headed to the cashier register immediately. I have not regretted this purchase. To me this sweater is the quintessential ski sweater, so I have thoroughly enjoyed wearing it all winter long. (Next time, I know, don’t hem and haw. Just buy!)

Blush Sweater 1
I had been wanting to try out this pretty pale pink color for a while–it’s not the usual Annie color. I’m pleasantly surprised how nice I look (at least I feel it looks good) in pink. (And I will probably be wearing more of this color!)

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I splurged on this sweater. It was just under $200! I never spend that much on my clothing. I made an exception on this piece however since I knew it was going to go the distance, and it has. I am wearing the heck out of it, so it has been worth the investment.

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I don’t know what took me so long to get this sweater. I know that when I think about something and fixate on it, I should just get it. I’m glad I did and while it wasn’t an inexpensive addition it didn’t break the bank either. By now, I’m starting to realize it’s better to go for quality when I really like it.

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This sweater was on sale and then on sale again! So for $16 it seemed like a pretty good price to try out a new trend on me. Now I know that I like to wear a soft blush pink. I don’t mind taking a risk when it works out in the end–especially for such a deal!

Get your winter sweater now!

Before we get to the link up, I did some Banana Republic sweater shopping for you. Everything is already on sale, and then at the check out another 50% will be taken off of the price I have shown! Now, that’s a DEAL!

Last Style Stories’ Favorites….

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Two weeks ago I ran a style story describing my week back to work. From the link up there were two bloggers that stood out to me: first, Sheela’s story about the word “cute,” and what that words to different people, was super interesting. I haven’t live in the States in 19 years, so it was intriguing to hear some of her impressions from her six years there. Also, Valentina stood out. I love everything about her outfit: the fun faux fur, the quirky bag, the sneakers, even the kitty cat hat. I love meeting new bloggers and have now become a reader of Fashion and Cookies.

Style Stories No. 10

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Throw On a Silver Dress

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Usually on a Friday, I get home from work and put on my sweats. After a week of work, I long for the movie night accompanied with some red wine and a bowl of popcorn. Occasionally, social duties call for a night out, and changing out of those sweats and into something cocktail worthy, in the cold winter months, can be challenging. That’s when I pull out my silver dress. Recently for a Chinese New Year work party this was exactly the case. I really just wanted to stay in, but with my warm layers underneath and this silver dress over, I instantly felt ready to attend the party. I even danced–which since having my hip surgery had been a long time coming!

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Thanks for taking these pics Norbyah!

Just Throw on a Silver Dress!

I found some reasonable options for various figures all under $100–including mine which was only $23! Not bad for a cocktail dress!

The Important Layers:

This might be repetitive but I cannot reiterate how important the fleece lined leggings or tights are alongside the thermal turtleneck. If it weren’t for these two items, I would have stayed on the couch! These under layers keep me warm and cozy–especially on a Friday night!

(My turtleneck is the first one–just in black. It’s super tight so it serves as a second skin.)

Get a Duster!

One last clothing item that made this outfit complete was a black duster cardigan. I’ve had this piece in my wardrobe for a very long time–I actually got it on a trip to Istanbul back 2008. (Yes, it is showing it’s wear therefore I’m in the market to replace it!) I find that this long black cardi is the perfect layering piece for some of my shorter items. I’m not afraid of a short hemline,but sometimes if I want to be a little more modest, I find this long coverup to work perfectly. This black duster is a staple in my wardrobe so I highly recommend one to you:

Do you have a dress that you throw on for those Friday nights when you have to go out? What is it?

The Fab 40s in Embroidery

Embroidery 1I was so excited when Sheela called this month’s Fab 40s’ theme to be embroidery. I have tons of embroidered items–any time I travel I seem to pick up one more embroidered bag. But then, when it actually came for me to style an outfit, I realized that really all I have are just that–a bunch of embroidered bags. It wasn’t until I was storing away my fancy clothing from the holidays that I remembered I have this embroidered beaded top (styled here with culottes) and this separate embroidered beaded skirt (styled for holiday dressing here). Since it’s unusually cold in Hong Kong right now, I wanted to figure out how to style these two separates while remaining warm at the same time. Enter the black velvet suit I was admiring pre-holiday season. I was so excited when I spotted this coveted black velvet suit up in a Zara in Vancover on super, super sale. To be honest during our holiday trip home, I became completely swayed by the post holiday season sales. I hadn’t been around these sales for many years; you could say I have made up for lost time! From suede culottes and a cashmere pink sweater to new Madewell jeans, I’ve filled in some gaps in my wardrobe! One final thought on the way I styled the embroidery theme. Wearing trousers under a dress or skirt is an easy way to do two things to an outfit: stay warm and also dress it down.

And now my two questions for you: Do you wear embroidered items? And, would you wear trousers under a skirt or dress?

Ready for more embroidery styled inspiration?

The Fab 40s in Emroidery!

Sheela invited the majorly classy Jess from Elegantly Dressed and Stylish to join us this month. She displays such intricate details in her blouse and sweater. Sheela has a rockin’ awesome cloud sweatshirt that I want. Dixie is plain gorgeous in all winter white. And Dawn Lucy is our boho babe in a funky vest. There are many options for embroidery here…which way do you gravitate toward?

Jess’ Outfit Details
Embroidered/embellished blouse–Chicwish
Green embroidered jacket–Anthropologie
Pointed flats–Target
Handbag–Charming Charlie
Earrings–Green Tree Jewelry (an Asheville boutique)

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Sheela’s Outfit Details:
Cloud Sweater–H&M
Plaid Top, Green Suede Skirt, Pinstriped Fedora & Embellished Leather Collar–Poshmark (follow
Tasseled Green Suede Heels–JustFab
Ring–House of Harlow
Lipgloss–Vapour Plumping Elixir in Entice via Safe & Chic

Dixie Embroidery
Dixie’s Outfit Details:
Skirt and Top–NYC Boutique
Shoes–Dolce & Gabbana
Coat–Banana Republic
Bag–French Connection

Dawn Lucy’s Outfit Details:
Vest & Bag–thrifted
Jeans–KUT from the Kloth
Clogs–Zigi Soho
Sweater–Karen Scott

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My Outfit Details:
Velvet suit–Zara
Necklace and Earring Set–J.Crew
Top and Skirt–Forever 21 (actually not a set–purchased separately!)

*This post has been linked up to #iwillwearwhatilike.

High Waisted Black Skinny Jeans? Ya right!

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I will not lie to you: I’ve gained a little weight since I had my hip surgery this past fall. It’s not a big deal; I’ll get back to my old self in no time, but it does mean that there is a certain way I will be wearing my high waisted black skinny jeans! Basically, I won’t be wearing anything tucked in or cropped for awhile. Do you have one of these ponchos? In any color it will do, but trust me: the poncho is my ponch’s best friend. Do you see how there is a “V” that starts at the sides and goes down past the crotch? This style is the perfect ponch mask, AND it allows for me to wear my new high waisted black skinny jeans. The poncho does something else for my legs. Do you see how my upper torso looks as wide as the poncho goes? This wideness only accentuates the legs making them look more thin. It’s a style trick. Finally, I want to say a good thing about the way jeans are now coming high waisted–sometimes referred to as “mom jeans.” This is not a bad thing! The high waist offers support and again, keeps the ponch in check. It’s almost like wearing Spanx. I find that I hold my core more with this style of pants providing me a reminder to suck my tummy in and up. Another thing happens with a high waisted jean: the longer the waist line, the longer your leg will become. Finally, going with black is also a no brainer–black is slimming. It’s true! All these style tips coming from a poncho and high waisted black skinny jeans.

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Hat, Target (oatmeal or grey) | Scarf, Uniqlo | Cashmere Poncho, Beijing Market |
Buffalo plaid shirt, Zara | Black Skinny Jeans, Madewell | Boots, Dromedaris

Remember these style tips:

  • A poncho provides great coverage to the stomach area.
  • A poncho with its width will make the lower half look skinnier.
  • High waisted skinny jeans keep the tummy in.
  • High waisted skinny jeans elongate the leg.
  • Finally, black is slimming.

Want a cool poncho?

I found a ton, but these are the ones that stood out. Please let me know if there’s a particular color or style you’re after. I’ll find it for you. Also, last year I ran a Poncho series; here’s the one up above styled over a sequin dress, a winter white one styled monochromatically, a khaki one paired with camouflage, and a beach poncho in Boracay.

Shop for the High Waisted Black Skinny Jean!

There are a ton of options, but I chose five of what I think are the best. These five pair go just a little bit higher up–which is a good thing. Believe me!

*This post has been linked up to #iwillwearwhatilike.

Layers On? Check!

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During a recent trip home for the holidays to the Pacific Northwest, there was a frequent questions going on in my mind: Are my layers on?! When I’m layered in fleece lined leggings and turtlenecks, I will admit, finding some style is difficult among all layers on my body. However there are a couple of key pieces not even really seen in this outfit that I recommend you invest in if you are prone to getting cold–especially if you live in a cold climate. Keep reading to see what I’m talking about….

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Hat, Uptic Studios | Scarf, Beijing Market | sweater, HM (on sale in cream!) | Cross
body bag, Zara Girls (make sure to always check there!) | Skirt, Forever 21 (with a matching top!
See it as a co-ord here.) | Boots, Dromedaris’ Kara from Mom (best boots ever!)

Layers on? Check!

In these pictures taken in Spokane, Washington after the first snowfall of their year, there are two vital layers necessary that are keeping me warm: the fleece lined tights or leggings and the heat inducing thermal turtleneck. I prefer both of these items in black, although nude is another nice option.

1. Black, fleece lined tights or leggings–this item is so amazingly comfortable and cozy. There are a ton of options from at various price points. Having lived in Asia for many years, I think it’s safe to say if it as foreign Asian writing on it, it’s a good one. I say this since I tend to pick mine up in the lady markets around Hong Kong and previously Beijing. I also know that Japan and Korea make great pairs too. My current pair in this picture are Japanese. No matter, they will keep you warm. Plus there’s one great benefit to fleeced lined tights or leggings: they are not super bulky but rather snug so they layer nicely under dresses and skirts plus trousers and jeans. I love mine and have multiple pairs since I wear them daily in the winter.

2. Black, heat inducing turtleneck–many brands now have a type of thermal underwear garment option that increases the heat of an individual. My favorite brand is Heat Tech from Uniqlo. Lands’ End has a fabric called Thermaskin; Nike has one called Tech Pack; J.Crew has a line called Tissue. Again, the great thing about this under garment is that the turtleneck is very thin almost becoming a second layer of skin. I can remember how frigid cold Beijing was in the winter. There would be days where I just remained in my Uniqlo Heat Technology.

Want more options for getting your layers on?

Check out Cuddle Duds, Jockey, or L.L.Bean.

*This post has been linked up with #iwillwearwhatilike, Throw Back Thursday and Fun Fashion Friday.

Style Stories No. 9: Back-to-Work

Here’s a sampling of what I wore this past week. It was difficult arriving back from an amazing trip where we went home for the holidays. Arriving late on Sunday night made getting up for work on Monday a bit difficult. I declared Monday a jeans day for myself. By the end of the week I stepped it up a notch. I feel very lucky that I have a pretty relaxed dress code at work receiving a lot of freedom in my sartorial ways. During the trip away, I managed to get some shopping in Stateside. Oh what fun! Especially after the holidays when the sales are rampant. Wow! I’m not shopping until after Christmas next year–if I can hold tight.

*You may have noticed a difference in the image up above. Santa delivered a Wacom tablet so I’m giving it a stab. I still have a ton to learn and much to get better at, yet I do love being able to write on an image though. It’s pretty nifty. All the images are from @krembdelakremb. Follow me and my style shenanigans on Instagram!

Back-to-Work Style Notes:

This is what I recommend from this week’s back-to-work Monday through Friday outfits:

  • After pining away for my sister’s Madewell Flea Market Flares that she let me borrow this summer, I decided to take the plunge and finally get a pair myself. It had been sooooo long since I invested in blue jeans. (Like 2009!) Lucky for me this pair was on super sale plus I was able to get a pair of black high waisted skinnies. I tell you what ladies: try out the high-waisted jeans. They feel so great over my ponchy pooch!
  • The thing I love about the co-ord trend is that out of this one outfit, I now have a top and bottom to mix and match. This is the co-ord I wore to the first day of school. I like how it comes across as a dress rather than separates. I’ve taken down my shopping guides and added the co-ord shop back to my shopping section on Kremb de la Kremb.
  • Zara is also having a major sale! I did really well there because I also was benefitting from the Canadian dollar. These navy blue suede culottes were a no brainer. I was also able to score the black velvet suit I had been coveting all fall long at a fraction of the price. It will be my go-to holiday outfit next year. I highly recommend stopping into the nearest Zara near you!
  • Anything from Banana Republic that is on sale can also have another %40 taken off with the code “BR40.” Here’s my exact blush sweater that I scored for US$16! (It comes in 12 colors, so there’s gotta be a color for you there!)
  • Except for special events, I am still preferring to wear a flat heal for work. My New Balance tennis shoes have been pillows on my feet, yet I’ve been wanting to mix it up a little. These new brogues with tassels were a stupendous find (again, at Zara). I can tell they will be on high rotation.
  • On a final note, I recommend you splurge (or find the perfect one on sale–don’t worry, I’ll help you!) on some faux fur! I big puffy black coat–like I wore on Tuesday, is so very cozy and suits just about every outfit. I’ve found some plain black versions for you at various price points from ASOS–the offer free shipping world wide! Trust me. You’ll love it. You can thank me later….

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  • So, I do not own these, but I just wanted to include one of the items I am coveting from the after the holidays sales at J.Crew. They are still a fortune–even on sale, but maybe they’ll come down a bit more. I find these gold sequin culottes beyond fabulous. In the window at our Hong Kong branch they’re paired casually with a pair of neon New Balance. I was smitten!!
  • Another item that I kept going back to time and time again was this pair of Free People sock boots. (A sock boot is when the calf shaft is tighter around the ankle and goes up a little further than an ankle bootie. You can expect to see more of them.) They’re the deepest shade of navy, so they’d almost pass as black. They’re the perfect sock boot fit, and amazingly, they didn’t feel to high in even though there’s about a three inch heel there. I really can’t stop thinking of them. My birthday is in February–hint, hint to a possible gentleman reader.

Your turn!

Unlike my six style promises of 2016, I can’t make any promises in terms of my style stories’ link up, but it’s back this week. I will try my best to resurrect this link up!

Share any of your style stories. I want to see what you’ve been up to!