I can’t get enough of stripe shirts and white anything these days. Stripes are timeless and although I will always love black, white is so much better in the heat. I am also digging the gladiator sandal trend that is happening this summer. Generally, I try not to pick up on the passing trends too much, but these are just too cute and so easy to dress down or up depending on the situation. Versatility is key when you live in Bangkok, where your day can begin with a champagne brunch and end with $2 street noodles. What can I say, I love this city – you just never know what each day has in store. CONTINUE READING!
For the last day of Fashion Week I felt like being a little bit fancy and this tunic dress was the perfect way to go. It has such a mod vibe to it! Not to mention the loose fit is perfect in the heat. Standing around outside waiting to enter the shows in March (slowly approaching the deadly April) was a pretty sweaty experience. I acquired a new obsession with Orangina to keep me cool outside in the sun – it tastes so fresh! CONTINUE READING!
One of the fun things about blogging is always getting to meet new people. Often that just happens “virtually”, so it’s extra exciting when you finally get to meet those people in person. I have been engaging with Tenzin on Instagram for some time and aside from a short run in at my University, we had never actually hung out in person until this past week. As always, it was a bit nerve wracking working with a new photographer, but Tenzin was so cool and wearing such an epic outfit that it was just lots of fun. CONTINUE READING
Lately I’ve been walking out the door dressed as a girly girl or basically looking like a boy. It’s always one of the two, nothing really in the middle. The outfit in today’s post was going to be worn with chucks, but then I figured I should wear at least one thing that looks feminine. CONTINUE READING!
So we all know I like to giggle, but get me twirling in a princess skirt and the giggling gets a little ridiculous. I couldn’t stop spinning! At one point I almost fell over because I was so dizzy and the young boys working in the Brentwood Lodge found it pretty darn hilarious. If there’s one thing I have acquired since creating A Piece Of Elise, it’s having no shame for getting good photos.
When I think of New Years, I think of my family getting silly and singing too loudly to Beyonce. Because I live so far away and am only home for the holidays, New Years is typically spent with them. But don’t get me wrong, much to my dad’s confusion (last year’s excessively large/blinged out necklace), what I wear is still very important.
Big news, friends! Thailand’s virtual fashion world was taken to the next level this week with the launch of the “Thai Designers” section from Zalora Thailand. Basically, we can now shop the who’s who of Thai designers while seated in our silk bathrobes, waiting for our nails to dry and drinking a mimosa. Or more realistically, eating microwave popcorn, crying over Desperate Housewives, wearing probably no pants, but a really big Heineken graphic tee we got for free at the liquor store. Either way, it’s all good. CONTINUE READING
If you’ve been following A Piece of Elise for awhile, you will know that when I get really obsessed with something, I do a whole post about it. Well, it has happened again and frankly, I’m not sorry. This is great and I am excited to share it with you. CONTINUE READING
For the past four year I have done an awful lot of complaining about school. To top it off, I’m a dreamer. So you can imagine that having convinced myself that I don’t really like going to class, I usually spend most of my time dreaming of what my life will be like once my degree is complete. CONTINUE READING