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BOMBER
18th February, 2012

Camo bomber from NHIZ, literally my pajama tshirt, H&M skirt, Marks and Sparks tights, Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony Nana moto boots and clutch from Babishow.kr

Another week, another lunch at agnès b cafe lpg on Gough Street but this time with two of my favourite blogger buddies, Tania from Tlikebubbletea and Sam from samishome! This little cafe is my new go-to place for meeting up with people during my lunch break. I ordered a creamy smoked salmon and spinach linguini pasta that was so insanely yum that I declared (in my head..not outloud) that smoked salmon is one of my favourite foods ever.

Meeting up with blogger buddies is fun especially when it’s in big groups but sometimes it’s just nice to have a quiet small lunch to actually talk and catch up! I hadn’t seen Sam since 2011…at least early December so it felt like ages! She was busy off traveling the world and Tania just got back from Paris too! So jealous! I haven’t had any real holidays..and going back to New York or Singapore never really feels like a holiday since I’ve basically been to both places extensively.


Whilst Sam was taking some pics of Tania before eating (a.k.a. bossing Tania around hehe), I couldn’t wait I had to dig innnnnn


I mean COME ON, so yum!!


Sam and Tania loved the pics Kit took of me in my previous post that she had to recreate the scene. Here me and Tania are talking some serious in depth bizniz where…neither of us are actually talking…


And in case anyone was wondering, top to bottom:
3 David Yurman bangles, Links of London skull friendship bracelet, DIY multi chain bracelet, Casio baller gold watch, random ring on index finger and Topshop stud ring on middle finger. Oh and I did my nails myself :)


Thanks to Sam for all the amazing pics!

Tomorrow I’m doing something FUN AND EXCITING which hopefully I’ll be posting about…that’s only if it actually turns out good. Hint: something..to..do…with…my……hair :D

Ok bye!


          


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COMMENTS

The Deser Fox
February 18, 2012 at 4:39 am

You look great! Love the accessories :) Have fun with your hair tomorrow ;)

xx


Carolyn
February 18, 2012 at 6:06 am

aw looks like fun! and i wear my PJ shirt out so many times it’s almost embarrassing to admit haha


chemist
February 18, 2012 at 8:58 am

Killer bomber, killer look.


A
February 18, 2012 at 11:16 am

that jacket is the bomb! :)

your hair looks so amazing! are you going to cut it? are you going to color it?
i can’t wait to find out!!

~A
theaceofheartsa.blogspot.com


Steph C.
February 20, 2012 at 11:56 am

Hi Hun,

Great outfit + Post, I just stumbled upon your blog and I love it! :)
It’s so fab to see a fellow fashion blogger in hk! I’m super new to the scene so it’s really great when I discover someone in hk as well!
If you’re not too busy, I would love to hear from you and get some blogging tips!

xxx
-S

http://www.gingerandlace.blogspot.com


Wilma
February 21, 2012 at 12:10 am

I love your necklace to!


Krys
February 21, 2012 at 4:54 am

Bomber jackets yahoo! I think I have a new appreciation for camo through your posts haha. Looks like it was a lovely time with Sam and Tania (goooood food) and hopefully your fun/exciting thing went well! xx


Kit
February 23, 2012 at 3:09 am

Waaahaaaa i loved the dreamy window of you and Tania, next time we must do individual ones for our blogs :P

xxxx


HK visual diary: Luncheon at Agnes B » STYLE SLICKER
February 23, 2012 at 3:41 am

[…] sparing her lunch hour for our finale catch up, loved how Sam of Sam is Home recreated my shot of Denise peering through the window in her latest […]


monzie
February 28, 2012 at 6:10 pm

love love the camo jacket, i have customized my one!! great accessories you a a wonderful blog!!

:)


Sam Is Home » Blog Archive » A Piece of ‘Paris’
March 1, 2012 at 11:09 am

[…] The pace at which shops open and vanish without a trace in Hong Kong continues to remind me of the transient nature at which this city is in; no one settles, everyone just moves on. Just a few years ago, I interned at a designer boutique on Gough street where the most popular destinations were the retro cafes/‘dai pai dong’ that sold macaroni in tomato soup and curry beef brisket noodles. Since then this little street has ushered in a more corporate set of shops and restaurants tailored to the ‘indie boutique’ setting (because honestly, who can afford rent?). The recently launched Agnes B. cafe is quickly becoming the HK fashion blog group’s favourite hangout as professed by Kit. View her lunch date post here and Denise’s here. […]




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