Jeremy Scott for Moschino Jacket Handbags

Jeremy Scott for Moschino Red Moto Jacket Handbag
Jeremy Scott for Moschino  
Jeremy Scott's Pre-fall collection for Moschino
All photos via Jeremy Scott's Instagram 

Last fall, Jeremy Scott was named creative director of Moschino. Scott is known for his out-of-the-box designs, as we've seen with his teddy bear Adidas shoes and loud prints for Longchamp handbags. So of course, it is no surprise that he designed these utterly amazing jacket handbags. Already, fashion icons like Anna Dello Russo have been rocking the bags, and I'm sure they will explode in the world of street style in the near future.

What's your take on these bags: Yay or nay?

xo, Dahye


Paris, Je t'aime

Paris Eiffel Tower

Red leather Moschino gloves

Balenciaga Classic city bag

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Coat, J. Crew//Skirt, Zara//Scarf, Nordstrom//Hat, J. Crew//Boots, Topshop//Gloves, Moschino//Bag, Balenciaga City Bag

When visiting Paris, it is a blogger-must to take outfit pictures featuring the iconic Eiffel Tower. Many of my favorite bloggers, like Gary Pepper, have amazing pictures next to the tower, so I've always wanted to have a little photo shoot of my own in a similar fashion. I am so happy with how the pictures turned out. Although it was a gloomy day, with scattered showers, the blurred outline of the Eiffel tower in the background looks beautiful. And I think it worked out because my outfit itself is a plethora of gray and black. 

These pictures were taken on New Year's Eve of 2013. The last day of the year was spent eating crepes from the Christmas market on Champs-Elysees, lunching at Cafe de Flore (a cafe maybe as iconic as the Eiffel tower), exploring the streets of St. Germain de Pres, eye-shopping on Rue Cambon, attending mass at Sacre Coeur, and finally counting down to welcome the new year by the flashing lights on the Eiffel tower. Pretty much the perfect day, if you ask me. 

This was my second time visiting Paris. The last time I went there was before middle school, and now that I'm in college, the experience in the city was like new. I could enjoy a glass of wine with my foie gras and I appreciated the history behind the monuments and museums so much more. I wonder when I will visit this beautiful city again, what I will doing at that time, who I will be with, and where I will go. Although I like to think that I know how life will plan out, the truth is that I don't. There are so many things in life that can happen that are out of my control. Kind of scary, but maybe that mystery is why we wake up every morning and work hard each day in order to secure a better tomorrow. Well, before I get in a philosophical nonsense rant mode, here are my 2014 new year's resolutions. Or, things that I can put under my control to become better and happier: 

- Have a monthly cash limit, and minimize debit card spendings
- Pray regularly
- Approach people I want to talk to. (People are all just people at the end of the day, no need to be too intimidated.)
- Be mindful, not obsessive, over what others think of me
- Cut out the cookies from the school cafeteria (they are 600 calories each... yikes!)
- Replace one meal with a salad
- Stick to my list of blog goals 

I make resolutions and goals every year, and even though I don't fulfill all of them, I think the whole concept of at least putting an effort to bettering yourself each year is important. Something I always tell myself when I feel lazy is, "If you don't do it for yourself, who will?" It's sort of a debby-downer quote in a way, but it's true.

Be your own best friend and hero!

xo, Dahye

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Eiffel Tower lit up at night
Prosciutto salad and baguette
Thought this window filled with plant pots was just adorable.
Chanel's original store on 31 Rue Cambon, Paris
Chanel, 31 Rue Cambon, Paris 
Macarons from Pierre Herme! My favorite was the foie gras.. such a funny flavor for a sweet treat, but it was good!
The amazing Christmas tree inside Galeries Lafayette!
The view from the fourth floor in Galeries Lafayette
Cathedral Sacre Coeur
Amazing dome ceiling inside Sacre Coeur
Eiffel tower and the Seine River... this is currently my screesaver. <3
My older sister, Jeehye, workin' it. 
Cafe de Flore in Paris. Your life will change after drinking their hot chocolate.
Striking a pose at the Karl Lagerfeld store. Fell in love with the bobble head of Karl and Choupette!
Love Lock bridge in Paris. Pont de l'Archevêché
Pont de l'Archevêché, it is FILLED with locks!
Notredame de Paris at night.  
Another shot of the Eiffel Tower. It is the prettiest at night. 

They say that Paris is the perfect city to fall in love, but I have to add that it is also the perfect city to fall in love with. The history, the sights, the food, and Parisians themselves are amazing. This was my second visit to this city, the last time being when I was in middle school. So of course, now that I'm in college, exploring Paris for the second time felt like a whole new experience. I think we were so lucky to have been able to travel here during the holidays because all of the Christmas lights and markets made the city such a magical place. And to top it all off, my family and I rang in the new year with a view of the sparkling Eiffel Tower at midnight. Again, it was simply magical!

Hope you guys like the pictures and video. I couldn't wait until I could share these moments with you all. :)

On another note, I'm sure you have noticed a few changes on my blog. Well, not a few actually... I got a whole blog design renovation!!! After using the simple ready-made Blogger template for two years, I thought it was time for a change. (New year, new blog design) I absolutely love the simplicity and ease of navigation of this template. It was done by the amazing Natalie from Revel and Design. Check her site out here: www.revelanddesign.com

I would love to hear any feedback on the new look!

xo, Dahye


A little lace and tartan today

Leather sleeve sweater from Persunmall.com
I'm wearing two trends that I am absolutely loving: the tartan scarf and a peek of lace!
Zara Studded sleeve jacket
J. Crew Brompton Hobo in black
Casio Mini Digital watch
Jacket, Zara//Sweater, c/o Persunmall//lace skirt, Zara//Scarf, H&M//leather cap, American Apparel//Bag, J. Crew//Watch, Casio//Shoes, Target 

It happens every year.

As I laze around during winter break, catching up on Modern Family, editing blog posts in a leisurely manner, and forgetting the sound of a morning alarm, BAM... winter break is over. I'm making my schedule for the second semester soon and heading across the border back to Montreal in a few days. This winter break was pretty amazing because I got to travel across Europe, hit up the after-holidays sales with my mom, and edit enough videos to last my channel a month. I'm going to miss my parents, my mom's cooking (however, it's time to leave because I gained three pounds from eating so much good food!), and the amazing weather in Atlanta. I'm seriously going to get a harsh reality check with all of the snow in Canada. But, I'm looking forward to new classes and teachers, reuniting with the regular lunch crew, and just getting back into the busy-as-a-bee lifestyle.

To all other students, hope you had a relaxing break and the best of luck to the new semester.

xo, Dahye

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