On the second day of the Vietnam International Fashion Week (VIFW), I wanted to dress down a little bit since my first day was already pretty epic. I styled this old
peplum skirt a new way.
I'm not sure if you still remember, I actually wore this skirt once at last year New York Fashion Week. This beautiful
peplum skirt was gifted to me by an Indonesian designer Michelle Worth and because I loved it very much, I wore it twice. This time, instead of wearing a crop-top, I chose a normal collar shirt to go with the skirt and left one shoulder off to make the ordinary shirt look more interesting.
Sometimes, it's not about how many clothes that we have, but how creative we are at wearing the same clothes different ways. Fashion should always be fun and fearless. I'm glad I took the risk because this outfit turned out to look better than I expected. At least, Harper's Bazaar Vietnam, Tiep Thi Gia Dinh and Kenh14 approved!
Twinning with my boo Travis Nguyen as we accidentally rocked the same style. Great minds think alike!
Vietnamese fashion designer Thuy Nguyen opened VIFW Day 2 with a very touching show called "Vien Man", capturing the perfect beauty of women through each period in her life: being a young girl, being pregnant, and being a mom.
Loved these pieces from British designer, Nina Naustdal's collection.
If Nina Naustdal's collection focuses on the stunning embellishment and excellent workmanship, a collection of Klar Lov, fashion designer from Thailand, emphasizes on the woman's silhouette and her curves.
Quang Nhat, Vietnamese fashion designer ended day 2 of VIFW with his new collection that is inspired by architecture and art. Couldn't deny how impressed I was with many young Vietnamese talented designers. You've just seen only a few of them.
More to come.
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Zara blouse- Similar here
peplum skirt- Thanks to Michelle Worth Label