No doubt my favorite outfit from my entire stay in Hong Kong, and coincidentally the one I planned for the least! There's always something about spontaneity that makes everything better LOL. Read on to find out about the styling power of a simple scarf and how it can give that perfect pop of color!
If you've seen my previous Hong Kong outfits then you probably noticed almost everything I've worn was either grey or black! Haha! But for this look I wanted to give it a bit of more dimension since it was originally just "blazer with a shirt" look which, let's face it, has been a recurring thing lately.
Also, I wanted to feature this awesome white tee my friends had given me for Christmas! I love that they opted for something as simple as a plain shirt with a pocket detail. Definitely the best way to go when shopping for gifts for me, or maybe anyone for that matter. LOL Thanks Krisha and Calvin! :D
The round neck was cut a bit closer to my throat than I liked which happens with some round neck tees and it had a weird effect when paired with my blazer, so I borrowed this striped scarf from my sister to give the outfit a subtle boost of color and pull focus away from the semi-awkward neck. When I wear the tee again, I would probably just let it stand alone, because it's perfect for chill dressing. I imagine with joggers or just a pair of jeans! That's the beauty of a simple tee!
Nabbed these adorable fingerless gloves on my last visit to H&M! It definitely does warm you up and makes using smartphones super easy when you're out, but it definitely isn't recommended if you're going to colder places as it leaves your fingers totally frozen! Haha! For Hong Kong in January though, it was just right for me.
Reused my gorgeous skinny joggers from River Island because it certainly pays to be practical when travelling. Reusing your bottoms can make a world of a difference in packing! :)
Still so happy I got these Jack Purcells! Classic and perfect for almost everything. :D
Forever 21 scarf, UNIQLO blazer and shirt, River Island joggers, Converse Jack Purcell sneakers, H&M fingerless gloves.
And that's it for my Hong Kong 2015 outfits! What do you think?