I've always been a huge fan of vibrant colors and I'm never afraid of expressing that love through what I wear. If you look at some of my recent blog posts (here, here and here), I don't think you can disagree with me on that. To me, life is more beautiful with colors and that will never change. While pastel colors make me feel feminine, bold colors energize me in some ways that I can't explain. They lift me up and give me the confidence that I need whenever I'm at events or fashion weeks.
But things changed when I was at Vietnam Fashion Week. Except for this vibrant outfit that I wore on day 2, the rests are either plain colors, black and white like this outfit on day 1, or monochromatic like what you see here. I felt like I needed a break from all the crazy colors, quirky prints, and heavy embellishments from the street style madness since New York fashion week. And I thought nothing could refreshen myself up better than a crisp white on white outfit. After going through a dozen of white tops in my closet, I decided to pair this cut-out crop top with wide leg pants instead of a white pencil skirt or jeans. Red was the only bright color that I added to the whole look.
This outfit might not be the most striking one that you've seen on me, but surprisingly, it's attractive enough to catch the attention of people on the street. Don't believe me? These photos below can prove it.
Thank you so much for reading!
Photos: Street by Chanh
Zara white crop top- Similar here
Zara white wide leg pants- Similar here
Charles & Keith sandals- Similar here