There’s nothing quite like some Korean fried chicken on the weekend, especially when you’re dressed for a pyjama party turned Parisian excursion. If you haven’t already peeped my latest video on YouTube, then this will be the first time you’re witnessing: a) my obsession with the Coach Dinky Bag, b) my obsession with bag charms, and c) yeah, I guess that’s it.
|Anyway it’s been a while since I’ve posted on the blog. How have you been doing? Well, I hope. These past few days and weeks, Eric and I have been spending a lot of time brainstorming ways we can make better content for you guys, so as you can tell, things have been a little on the slow side at our end of the world. Not to mention that winter has decided to crush our hopes of spring and return (this is where we all joke about how this weather is so typical of Edmonton and simultaneously cry inside). But with all that being said, I guess I should actually talk about what this post is really about.
This year, Coach is celebrating their 75th anniversary with the release of iconic vintage bags and limited edition charms, amongst which stands the Dinky bag in all it’s palm-sized glory (okay, it’s not that small). So to help celebrate their 3/4 of a century existence, they asked me to style their Dinky bag along with some bag charms, to which I replied, “okay!” and then proceeded to dress like the confused love child of Inspector Gadget and one of the Bananas in Pyjamas. But hey, I’m cool with it. And hopefully you guys are too.
|Dinky Bag & Charms ℅ COACH
Low Classic x Front Row Trench Coat ℅ W CONCEPT
Recto Striped Blouse ℅ W CONCEPT
The Castings Jeans ℅ ARITZIA
Michele Heels ℅ ANNE THOMAS
Pins ℅ MANSI SHAH and WES O’ DRISCOLL
Photos by ERIC YUN
PS: Ordinary People is officially on wordpress! If you’re ever feeling nostalgic though, you can always visit our old blogger here. Whaddya think?