• let's forget about LBD for now
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  • the classics will always have your back
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  • all about the balance between the opposites
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    Sure I love a good glass of rouge for drinking, but wearing it is something even more (fashionably) intoxicating. The classic hue has always been my go-to alternative to black for fall and winter. Even though Hong Kong’s still-steamy weather showing no signs of cooling down yet, one can always kick things off in her own way, right?
    To me it is nothing like a wine-coloured piece or two to get you into the wintry mood, and making that long-awaited cuppa mulled wine something to look forward to. When certain black-coloured piece doesn’t quiet making an impact, and I still want something long-lived on the colour front, a deep red hue is always my second best friend. Burgundy (or bordeaux, oxblood, maroon, whatever you like to call it) is just as easy to wear as black, and a forever-classic hue to add to any chic fall wardrobe (even a non-colour person one). I know I can always turn to the sophisticated shade to instantly polish up my ensembles – whether it is in the style of clothing or accessories. It just has that bossy power to make things look more refined than they already are. Agree?


    CAMILLA AND MARC satin top || GREYHOUND ORIGINAL pants (similar here or here) || FINERY ankle boots || NICO GIANI Adenia bag


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