franche lippee top, candy kawaii lover skirt and stockings from BU4, yeswalker shoes, kitty headband from a bazaar
Just in case you missed this information, I'm now a street style photographer for fukulog.jp (lookbook Japan version.) I'm so happy/ lucky! I can't stop smiling whenever I remember the day I got the acceptance e-mail. View my feature of Chai here.
top from BU4, DIY distressed pants, Rusty Lopez shoes
View Aian's feature at fukulog, here.
american apparel button up shirt, candy kawaii lover skirt, belt and shoes from hong kong
I recently opened a webstore named Candy Kawaii Lover, but of course. We're currently selling brand new (that you have to pre-order) and pre-owned items from your favourite Japanese brands as well as garments inspired by the current Harajuku trend. It has been an idea ever since I lived here and now.. it's already out there. I hope you all support me with this new venture. I will formally introduce it soon. For the mean time, visit Candy Kawaii Lover webstore here.
Photography by Chai, Aian and Ashley Dy
Before I start with my updates, please read/view Chai's blog posts about our afternoon meet-up and her first ever blogger feature. I think you would essentially feel that you were with us once you've seen it!
So here goes.. Chai became one of my favourite girls in the blogging world ever since I had the chance to glance upon her photos! If you know me and my blog a lot, I think you would definitely agree without further explanation. But I will tell you anyway, I love her dreamy, nostalgic theme for photography and I think, it suits my style. I adore it to the extent that if I could bring her (and Aian) to Japan right now, I would! Not to mention, she's into Japanese aomoji-kei (another Japanese subculture that I adore) recently. In general, I think I am attracted to blogs with beautiful "dreamy" photos just like Quiet Girl of Valerie Chua, Gary Pepper of Nicole Warne, Aetienne and Aleyn Comprendio's.