After scrolling through my Instagram feed one night, I discovered a clothing brand called Petite Studio: an online womenswear brand for Petite women, by Petite women. I instantly fell in love with the clothing that gave off effortless Parisian vibes.
As summer comes to an end, I wanted to give a shout out to Jenn Im’s Eggieshop for rocking my outfits on my vacation to Italy. I wore one of my favorites from the collection, The Helena Top, on the island of Burano, and paired it with a vibrant button-front midi skirt.
To be honest, I've been obsessed with menswear as early as middle school. I've always loved the sharp lines of a crisp tailored blazer, the classic leather of a men's messenger bag, and the fancy laces on a shiny pair of oxford loafers.
We all hate waking up in the morning and putting on a pair of tight jeans. So lately, I've been gravitating towards wearing looser bottoms, like maxi skirts and wide-leg pants—which basically feels like sweatpants.
For petite girls, oversized clothing can be a bit of a challenge to style. But after stepping out of my comfort zone to experiment a little, I realized that in order to make a oversized jacket work for a small frame, you have to look for one that is cropped in length—preferably one that sits just at your belly button, or just a few inches below.
Say hello to the newest type of content on the blog—style collabs! For this first one, I paired up with Pinterest colleague and weekend creator Yuka Ohishi, a YouTuber and blogger. After buying the same denim shirt dress from Everlane, our challenge was to create 4 different outfits ranging from dressy to casual.
Do you remember the line in The Devil Wears Prada that Miranda Priestly says when she sarcastically replies to the fashion editor who suggested doing an editorial on florals for spring? Hands down my favorite line in the entire movie.
Several dresses from Eggie's Holiday collection caught my eye, but I decided to purchase the Miss Honey dress mostly for its versatility. This dress is completely work appropriate yet has the potential for a night out or special event, depending on how you style it.
The 90s revival in the 2010s has introduced a lot of colorful turtlenecks and mom jeans into my closet, and a variety of brown and burgundy lipsticks into my makeup drawer. For this post I recreated a look that a high school student in the 90s may have rocked.
With the weather in San Francisco settling back into the "habitable" range, I was finally able to ditch my long coats and sweaters for a midi dress and a leather jacket. The dress and jacket are from Topshop's and ASOS's Petite lines, respectively, and worked wonders for my 5'3'' frame.