Sunday, December 25, 2011

1 Top, 3 Holiday Looks

Happy Holidays all my blog buddies! Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season, I know I am, eating and drinking a ton of hot chocolate (Vosges Haute Chocolat, cause I'm fancy like that lol)!

With the following looks I took one simple black turtleneck and wore it 3 different ways, for 3 different kinds of Holiday parties

For the Glamourous Holiday Party
I chose a metallic silver dress and toned it down with a black top, tights and necklace (which I twisted into a PeterPan collar)
H&M Turtleneck, DKNY Dress, Kenneth Lane Necklace, Belt made from ribbon

For a Holiday Party at Work
I tried to keep the skirt from looking too young by adding a faux fur vest and sporting a low side swept bun
H&M Turtleneck, Uniqlo Faux Fur vest, F21 skirt, Lee Angel necklace

Heart Loving Socks and Tights from Tutuanna (Japan)

For a Friend's Holiday House Party
Layered a sequined sweater over the turtleneck and added a pop of color with coral tights under a winter flower printed skirt
H&M Turtleneck, Sequined Sweater and Tights, Sweater Project Knit Skirt, AK rose gold watch

The Best X'mas present I ever received from my bestie: Playing cards with Big Bang's T.O.P. on 'em <3

Hope you all have a happy and healthy! Cheers, Annie

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Award Show Fashion: 2011 TVB Anniversary Awards

This years TVB awards had an interesting array of gowns that were either mesmorizing or vomit inducing. You'll see what I mean...
Linda Chung won my vote for best dressed in this Barney Cheng design worth $131,000 HKD.  I am such a sucker for shiny things ;P I wish I could go back to high school (ala Never Been Kissed) just so I could go to prom again to wear this dress! FAB!
Fala Chen's sequined deep-v dress by Giorgio Armani was also a stunner but in a much more subtle way
TVB Queen, Myolie Wu accepted her award in this custom feathered Black Swan inspired design. Truly a stunning piece that looks better on video, I was surprised she could actually walk in this!
Aimee Chan always keeps it simple but not completely effortless in this lace applique dress
Sire Ma's dress was perfect for her petite body as the repetitive layered stripes gave the illusion of a longer form
Kate Tsui with Bosco Wong (aka Luke Skywalker, who stole some jewels from Princess Leia) Kate brought interest to an otherwise simple look with some major neck bling
Nancy Wu also went for a feathered look but in a white strapless gown. While this look was the top pick for many Hong Kongers, it didn't really strike me as a showstopping gown
Natalie Tong's lilac dress fit her like a glove but I'm not a total fan of the tulle at the bottom as it seems all over the place
I really like Selina Li's Grecian inspired gown with a daring leg slit, perfect amount of sexy and sparkle
Sharon Chan has gotten kind of... oh what's the word? Whorish. Sorry girl I know you want to show off your mile long legs, but I'm not interested in seeing your cooch everytime. Thanks.
Introducing.... Liza Wang, Beekeeper. Do I really have to explain why this is in this category? Ok I will. First of all it's an award show so you shouldn't really show up looking like your foil wrap from the spa wouldn't come off. And a hood? Really? Am I shaking my head? Absolutely.
Katy Kung looks like one of those kids from Toddlers and Tiaras.
Oh My God, Cilla looks like she has an animal stuck in her armpits -__- help them, they're trapped!

Who's your pick for best and worst dressed? Let me know in the comments below!!