For me personally, Chi-town means no other than a market full of Asian groceries sources that appease your yearning of Asian flavors on your daily intake. Nonetheless, I’ve been longing to take a series of picture and beat the odds (despite of looking like an Asian tourist). Chi-town wasn’t just about the market stall, it’s all about the community that lives within and gather every kind of races to embrace the diversity that we had.
This time I was fortunate to feel the moon cake festive in Chi-town, all the lampions and golden ornament reminds me of home (wait, I’m not even Chinese) but you’ll get what I mean somehow if you were happened to be around Asia at moon cake or Chinese New Year season. In order for me to blend in with the hype, I decided to wear something with a hint of red (yeay, more colour palate) and do mash up combination with my latest glorious Kenzo backpack. I intended to look like semi-glam packer that just landed in Beijing, again, I do not know if I nailed this look thoroughly but here it is. My Chi-town photo series.
(Topshop Hat | Asos sweatshirt | Topshop denim shirt | Asos wrapped skirt | Topshop legging | Kenzo bag pack | Aldo spiked shoes)