For this shoot I’ve chosen the backdrop as one of Hong Kong's well known shrines and considered by many one of the most scenic attractions the city has to offer, The Wong Tai Sin Temple. It is so beautiful and colourful in the way displays traditional Chinese architecture with pagoda style roofs and classic lanterns.
This was a perfect opportunity to wear my Yin and Yang jewellery tattoo from Seekers of the Sun. I am a huge fan of their luxury tattoos, they are very different to your conventional tattoos and make a gorgeous accessory. What I love about these tattoos is you can experiment with all the different shapes and patterns until they make your desired design.
I pursued a glam look for this shoot by wearing a backless halter neck jumpsuit. Jumpsuits are a style staple. It’s one of the trends that usually people in the fashion and art industry would wear whilst everyone else would mock it. I really like this outfit from Missguided because of the attractive and sexy backless back and ofcourse you all know I can't resist flower prints! I feel it is necessary to have alternate options besides dresses and skirts if you want to feel glamorous and comfortable.
Im not really a belt person, but this belt really helps to create an illusion of a trimmer waist whilst complementing some body shape. Over here, I wore it to cinch the top of my jumpsuit from the bottom.
Ive matched this jumpsuit with a white tuxedo blazer with mesh embroidered sleeves, only neutral colours can really be paired with this jumpsuit. I feel that accessorizing with this sleek blazer is what makes this look so effortlessly chic.
Not to mention these gorgeous earrings from Rara de barr, I can't tell you how many times I've worn this earrings! I just love them! I never really wearing earrings, but these are definitely my favourite, and a must buy! Thank you so much for them Rara de barr!
Blazer: Missguided... similiar style here
Earrings: Rara de barr
Bag: Nasty Gal
Photographer: Hannah Jo