March the First
Today I worked with my beloved Nikon D3200. Recently I just started working for a Boston based start-up magazine as streetstyle photographer. I didn’t take as much streetstyle photograph before. So to me the job was rather new, but I really enjoyed it. Boston is again getting colder, though we had a 50ish degree last week, which was very odd. The ASOS coat was again my choice. It really kept me warm and I can wear a lot of layers in it as well. And the job really required me to walk around the city for a really long time. So I chose Converse today. Sport chic is always one of my favorites.
Sneakers: Converse All Star
Beats by dre X Alexander Wang
So after using my apple earphones (known as very vulnerable) for a couple years, I finally bought my very first Beats by dre. Recently I learned about this limited collaboration between Beats and Alexander Wang. I got attracted to the design as soon as I got the email. I love the gold and black (my favorite colors) combination. It’s both elegant and cool, it really is. The earphones also came with a little storage bag. I just can’t help to shout out how much I love it. I also bought one for my dearest friend from London. To my dear Alexander Wang earphones, I will cherish you I promise :) <3.
Dress for Winter
I have to say, Boston is really not a good city for dressing up. I had a hard time finding a perfect outfit for both being warm and being fashionable. While in this severe weather, coat is a must. I purchased a lot of them with different lengths and colors. This leather sleeves coat from ASOS is one of my favorite. I love black color. And I like the combination of two different materials with same color. So even though the coat is all black (and I personally like to wear all black sometimes), the outfit isn’t dull because of the two-material combination.
Leather Sleeves Coat: ASOS
Leopard print sweater: Marc by Marc Jacobs
Outfit of the Night
The best people possess a feeling for beauty, the courage to take risks, the discipline to tell the truth, the capacity for sacrifice. Ironically, their virtues make them vulnerable; they are often wounded, sometimes destroyed.