Let’s face it, we don’t do well with the unknown. Uncertainties drive us crazy. Since the dawn of civilization, humans have used religion to answer questions that we can’t answer, to explain things we can’t explain, and to give us something to hold on to when we don’t have anything. We humans are very small
Growing up, I was never a girly girl. Before I turned eight, I lived in the countryside of Northern China. I played with mud, ants and whatever is in my environment. I didn’t climb trees, but I did crawl under a train one time when the train was blocking my way from school to home.
This is another outfit I had last year on my cross country road trip. I actually wore it at Yellow Stone National Park. I don’t know where I got the inspiration to put together this outfit. I just remember seeing it at the thrift store. I really like the color and the patterns. It’s not
Hannah is a fashion and lifestyle blogger based in East Bay, California. We met from an event I put together a few months ago about blogging and photography. Hannah has only been blogging for a year and half but has been showcasing her outfits since 2014 on Instagram. Hannah is only 19 years old, but
I like her outfit!! Very cute!! The hat, the glasses, and the haircut. They all go very well together. Clearly she takes good care of herself and she has put some thought in how she presents herself. The outfit speaks confidence on her behalf.
I really like her leather hat and the fact that she was wearing it backwards. This time in China, I saw many girls wear their hats backwards. I like that confidence.
I was sightseeing on the street of Beijing and I ran into this guy. I couldn’t help admiring how confident he is in this outfit. He told me it was a Hong Kong brand and he had many outfits that were just as bold.
I really like coats. A nice coat just sets the tone with whatever you are wearing. I think his red hat adds a unique touch to the outfit too.
This is Alyssa here. I met her in front of Pier 35. Her outfit is really cute and unique. All the layers would definitely keep her warm in the recent cold weather in SF, and the red skirt really sets a warm tone. Actually she sewed the skirt herself and she also made the hat