Cambodia, Expat, Fashion, Phnom Penh

Reblog: Style versus Fashion.

style vs fashion

“They say money can’t buy you style. After spending the last few days in Hong Kong surrounded by (real) Chanel, Balenciaga, and Marc Jacobs among a smattering of brilliant small boutiques offering quirky, fun pieces and still being surrounded by some of the most horrific ensembles I’ve seen: I can attest to that first statement.”

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via The Prevailing Taste

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Cambodia, Expat, Fashion, lifestyle, Phnom Penh

The Rules* of Attraction

Accessories

The Rules* of Attraction.

via The Prevailing Taste

“Whether your relationship had a lasting date of a raw egg in direct sunlight or has the expiration of a Twinkie bar (none…)- you tend to learn things not only about the other person, but about the role of fashion and style in the coupling.”

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Cambodia, Expat, Fashion, lifestyle, Phnom Penh

{Reblog} The Transition: from cashmere joggies to blazers

 

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Your new workplace may not have a dress code but you should personally implement one for yourself.

via The Transition: from cashmere joggies to blazers.

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Cambodia, Expat, lifestyle, Personal, Phnom Penh

Lounge, lady, lounge.

Lounge life

It’s interesting and a bit frustrating to see how much I have taken free time and a flexible schedule for granted this past year. I feel that as I transition into a new chapter, time for myself  will be limited and awareness of what I need should be treated like gold. No longer do I have the flexibility of a fashion editor and writer’s schedule, the ability to work from home, take the time to work on personal projects, and pander in my own interests or projects throughout the week as I used to. Then again- I’m always waxing on how much I should just go with the flow and live day to day. Meh.

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