I don’t I will ever have the patience to keep my hair long again.
The last time I had long hair, it was at my butt and I was 18.
And I am the kind that have no patience to go for or D.I.Y hair treatments for long hair.
So here are two picks that are evidently from the WWII period.
I love the short length and the feminine bangs to it. Works great both loose and combed back.
Style of Clothing
Most of the times, I really don’t want to get into the motion of deciding what to wear.
I tend to be wearing a “uniform” of my own, while I love to style others.
Black, charcoal, white, brown, cream, the occasional red fill my wardrobe palette.
However, what stylization shall it be?
As a child, I have always loved the cheongsam. Feminine, sultry yet strong.
Although it is of my race’s origin, I did not grow up seeing anyone wear it fashionably.
I currently own one red mod Song & Kelly silk cheongsam dress, and two silk cheongsam blouses in authentic peony embroidered motifs ~ one jet black and the other royal blue.
When I watched In the Mood for Love, my love cheongsam rekindled! The high collared cheongsams were to die for. And I love Shanghai Tang‘s mod take as well!
I will wear them with sleek pencil pants even if its a dress since the slits on the sides are high, it would do good for some modesty and easy leg movement.
Creating the Gait
How a pair of shoes arches, and how tall the heels affect how one gaits.
Flat pumps makes me feel relaxed and motherly.
But when I work, a pair of good stilettos never fail to imbue a sense of control within me.
What do you think of my signature style?
And what would you love for your own signature style?