Mango May Lookbook



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A refreshing breeze to the getting-hot-by-the-minute weather! Just in time for the coming heat, Mango's new lookbook was filled with little white dresses and lovely pale pinks. Makes me crave a cocktail so bad! Seriously though, I'm dashing to the shop for those lacy white numbers. Which are your favorites? 

American Beauty



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2 things from Kirsten Dunst for Harper Bazaar's UK May issue:
1. Rosy pink is definitely here to stay.
2. How many  editorials has the delicately lacy Burberry dress been featured in already? 10? All of them?

Shoe Porn



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Remember: Good shoes take you to good places!

Bare Legs



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Decided to show some skin this weekend since the streets of Seoul seem already filled with skirts and thighs. Result? A bit chilly still. But very happy for the very much welcoming sunshine days. 

29CM Stylebook SS14



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29CM is a new online shopping site I just discovered recently, which offers a variety of Korean brands with cool and offbeat vibes. Now, their prices range is not exactly wallet-friendly, but given the quality and  unique resembles you do not normally find on the streets of Seoul, I'd give it a go.

Their SS14 lookbook embraces the peculiar street-chic ambiance with quirky dresses, sorbet pastels and fun shoes. Take a look and shop away! 

ART POP



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After a winter of minimalistic cut and modern patterns, the S/S14 catwalk brings us the boldest, most colorful prints on swirling dresses and flowing long shirts. Major houses had their own interpretations of the art pop revival: Chanel with their Patone-streaked dresses, Prada brought street mural images on the walk and Celine stood out by vivid abstract strokes. The trend then took the editorials of the season with a storm of painted prints and bold brushstrokes that are nothing shy of an all out eye-feast. Even Zara had their version of the art pop trend, so the question is truly: Are you bold enough for the art?


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