Black denim jacket, Levi's____boyfriend Jeans, Urban Outfitters____Boots, Zara

Photos by Jess

Another easy way to wear hobo chic style boyfriend jeans. This one is a simple look that makes me look like a wanna be skater girl. Nothing wrong with that. My blonde hair has made my love for beanies grow even more, and now that fall is here, the beanie game is ON. 

Quick update on my life: I visited my parents house last weekend during Canadian Thanksgiving, and I'm so thankful to have been able spend at least a few days with them. The timing was perfect as my birthday was a few days ago, and I was able to blow out the candles on the cake as my last year in the teens. I also celebrated with a group of friends at a bring-your-own-wine restaurant. So ya... it was a blast. 

xo, Dahye


oversized turtleneck + boyfriend jeans

Sweater, Forever 21____Boyfriend Jeans, Urban Outfitters____Wedge boots, Zara____Bag, Alexander Wang____Pearl bangle, Zara

Photos by Jess

I found the perfect pair of extreme rip, hobo-chic boyfriend jeans and have been wearing them almost every other day since. They feel like sweatpants, but look good with everything. And this turtleneck is pretty much a wearable blanket, which I need since I am on the verge of catching a cold. This has been my go-to outfit for school and chill weekends. 

I also want to give a shout out to Jess, who took these photos for mehhh. She recently moved to Montreal from Melbourne.  (poor girl, she does not know what she is getting herself into for the winter) Check out her blog aileanddeeblog.com

xo, Dahye



A video recap of what I wore and saw during my weekend at NYFW.

xo, Dahye



Dress, Rudsak____Bag, Balenciaga____Shoes, Zara____sunglasses, Karen walker super duper

Photos by William

My outfit for the second day of NYFW. After a typical blogger brunch date at Le pain quotidian, I attended Son Jung Wan's show at the MBFW theatre. It was great to see a Korean fashion designer showing in New York. The collection was full of light knits with beautiful sequins. Will be posting pictures in the future. 

Of course, I had to take outfit pictures next to the city's infamous yellow cabs. The taxi drivers kept thinking I was hailing for them, which led to pretty awkward "oh no, this is just for blog pics" hand gestures. 

Anyways, I have midterms coming up this week. So I should really stop blogging and get back to studying. That's why this post is written like an eight year old. Yeah, I know you don't care. Okay, bye. ily. 

xo, Dahye



Top, Aritzia____Pants, H&M____boots, Zara____Bag, Balenciaga City bag

Photos by William and Karina

No, I won't say it. 

I won't say that attending New York Fashion week was a "DREAM COME TRUE" or that it was the most unforgettable event of my life. Because that would be horrendously cliche. 

But I will say that I had an incredible time with my friends, and met some amazing people at the shows and parties. Honestly, I felt like I was on another planet. Especially being in the crazy environment that invaded Lincoln Center, with all the photographers and people wearing whatever their heart desired. The people who usually stand out blended in, while 'regular' people who were just watching the scene looked like the outcasts in this environment. It made me realize how truly interesting the fashion industry is, especially today. Street Photographers and bloggers are in this whole new spectrum of fashion week, that the half the show is outside the Mercedes Benz theatre. It's quite the scene. 

I was able to visit NYC for only the weekend because of school. Needless to say, I had the worst of the worst case of the Monday blues. But I'm already looking forward to the seasons ahead. 

xo, Dahye

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