One of my favourite topic is dressing up and styling items for festivals.

How to dress long dress you say?

Here are some tips to kick start for festivals and look like a Bohemian Princess without overdoing things. Start off by picking the style of long dress you want here is a off-shoulder long dress. From there, you could begin to look for the right accessories and complimentary pieces to go with your dress.

Off Shoulder Smocked Printed Front Slit Maxi Dress - White
Pick a dress with your favourite pattern and colour especially one that would suit your body shape. I chose this beautiful open slit dress because I am short. The front opening allows my legs to peep through and show length.

I incorporated it with this beautiful gladiator espadrilles that would look gorgeous with the pattern of the dress previously picked.

Double Horn Velvet Choker - Black
Incorporating black, this black velvet choker along with he horn charm just screams MUSIC FESTIVAL.

Metal Rivets Zippers PU Leather Backpack - Black
To top it off, a black leather backpack to not only keep your items inside safe from possible rainwater but also so you could comfortably jam to the music while everything is safely stored.

10 PCS Circle Adorn Hair Accessories - Silver
Last is this extra silver rings you insert into your braided hair to give some extra oomph to your hair so you are glam from top to bottom.

This is how I would dress up a long dress for a festival. How about you? 

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I'm finally back from exams and I intend to post more now, back to blogging and posting creative content. So if you keep tabs on my Instagram, I posted several shoots that I did with my friends and the concept despite looking planned actually came from sudden ideas and impulsive/desperate search attempts to result in those photographs. So here is a post of how I get concept for photoshoots.

There are usually many different ways to approach this. For example you could pick a location and then adjust your outfit and make up to match the location or you could pick an outfit and do the opposite. If you decide to do a portrait shoot then focus on make up and hairdo and wear simple outfits so as to not distract people from looking at your clothes in the photograph.

Now a good location does not have to look good at first glimpse. For example I used a parking lot for my latest photoshoot but with proper choice of posing and a specific section of the parking lot, I could obtain cool photographs and a range of style from just one spot. With good editing and styling as well as angles, you could get different style shots just like these.

 Another idea is to use props or DIY your own device or shadow creator and use anything readily available such as sunlight and styrofoam and paper. Here I used aquarium LED lights as well as coloured translucent files to create this lighting. On the portraits I used a punctured styrofoam and use the focused sunlight to obtain shadows and my house gratings.

The best advice is just to... Not care and try everything!

Parking Lot Photoshoot
Photographer: Mario
Models: Caroline and Joyi

Shadow and Green Portraits
Photographer: Caroline and Joyi
Model: Caroline and Joyi
It's been some time but I always post a Chinese New Year Outfit! This year donned in Apparel After Dark's Latest collection and I love it! This year's Chinese New Year is right after my Birthday and before this I had portfolio's to complete so I didn't have much time to do anything leisurely. Being an IB student is very tiring I'm sure you those out there know what I mean, also the reason why I almost never post ever.

Nevertheless, enjoy this new year and I wish everyone a lucky and prosperous year!

Top: Apparel After Dark
Skirt: Apparel After Dark
Shoes: Vinci
Choker: Forever 21