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Think Pink for Spring


One of the most welcoming  signs of spring is when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, adding dreamy splashes of pink to the streets and parks. Just like Japan, New York also celebrates the cherry blossoms and arrival of springtime at the Sakura Masturi Festival which starts from April 30th to May 1st.


Pink and white are great colors to wear in spring, as they are such fresh and uplifting colors just like the cherry blossoms themselves. They also complement each other well and they also look good with a wide range of colors such as blue, green, yellow and gray.


Here, I’m wearing a vintage white lace dress with bell sleeves and a shaggy pastel pink fur coat from Urban Outfitters. It’s a simple combination with a contrast of textures. I’ve accessorized my outfit with a tassel necklace from Kendra Scott, a floral clutch from Aldo and booties (although it can’t be seen in the pictures).


What aspects of nature inspire your looks for spring? If you love cherry blossoms as much as I do, take a look at my fashion picks that are inspired by these delicate flowers!



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Floral Fashion with Pantone Colors of 2016




Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year and a season of new beginnings. Nature awakens from its winter slumber and brings forth beautiful myriads of colors from the greenery and flowers. I would of course seize the opportunity to flaunt my new floral dresses in the spirit of spring. Besides, floral prints and pastels will always be in season.




Speaking of new beginnings, for the first time ever, Pantone has two shades for the color of the year, a tranquil blend of the feminine and masculine, soft warm pink called Rose Quartz and Serenity – a pale, cool shade of baby blue. It challenges traditional perceptions of color association and celebrates gender equality and fluidity.

This has inspired me to wear a delicate pastel pink and blue floral chiffon dress for my shoot. The flowers on the  dress are also embroidered with gold thread which gives it some extra sparkle. The dress is designed by popular New York designer Nicole Miller and I’m also wearing a necklace from  Kendra Scott, another designer from the city. For my makeup I used Urban Decay’s Naked Eyeshadow Palette and Blusher for a petal soft, naturally flushed look.




How would you like to dress up for Spring? If you’re looking for a fresh bouquet of flowers that you want to wear, look no further! I’ve made a list out of spring’s hottest picks for you!


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Catch Michelle


London fashion designer Mihaela Taleaga presented her fashion label Catch Michelle, an eclectic mix of avant garde and ready to wear designs at Art Hearts Fashion Week at Angel Orenzanz Foundation.

Inspired by Sigmund Freud and surrealism movements, she has transformed her dreams into abstract paintings and prints on her fabrics. The imagery on the paintings and prints on her clothes are provocative and whimsical all at the same time.


Her current Fall/Winter 2016 collection “Dream Walker” comprised of bright colors, strong pastels and her surreal paintings that created interesting patterns on the outfits. Oversized sweaters, dramatic sleeves, textured knits, tailored pants and voluminous skirts added another dimension of complex shapes and silhouettes.

The models wore vivid impressionist make up, as if their faces are the designer’s canvas and enlarged artist tools as accessories to complete the look.


Catch Michelle made a bold, thought-provoking fashion  statement as her collection on the show looked like intriguing walking works of art. I couldn’t help but take a second look at her outfits to wonder about the meaning of her surreal prints.  What are your thoughts?




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