Hi, I’m Yico. We thought it would be nice to start off by letting you know more about us. This week, I’ll be introducing myself, and next week, you will get to know Yu better.
Now that you have a better feeling of who I am, I want to show you guys my visit to the Royal Ontario Museum this week.If you guys are thinking of going, it’s free for students on Tuesdays. I decided to take advantage of this discount, as I’m not going to be a student pretty soon (!!!)
This hall has warm tone lighting, creating a gorgeous effect when it reflects off the windowsIt was a windy day, so I chose a soft taro-purple knit. It’s a v-neck slouchy fit and hangs off the body really beautifully, looking effortless but still stylish. As the top is a looser fit, I decided to tuck it into a slim pencil skirt to balance my silhouette.It’s a lot warmer than it looks as the fabric is a closely woven knit. The triangular leather bag is from COS( A Swedish brand that under The H&M group, and recently opened their first Canadian store on Bloor St in Toronto). The lines are so simple and minimalistic but the shape is eye-catching. Although it looks small, it still has enough space for my phone, keys, and cardholder.
I like how the skirt has a front slit, as it adds a bit of visual pizzaz.
This area is called the Stair of Wonders, and it is my favourite spot in ROM. You can see different shapes when you look from different angle. I recommend everyone to go check this unique place out. The walls of the Stair of Wonders are a bright white, providing an interesting contrast to the dark steps. It reminds me of a bar of chocolate…..now I’m craving for chocolate, haha.
Lastly, I have to mention my shoes! It’s a spin on the traditional converse, made in collaboration with the designer Jack Purcell. The black curve on the front of the shoe looks like a smiling face 🙂
♦ What I am wearing ♦
Leather Bag: COS
Sweater: Uniqlo (Similar)*
Skirt: Oak Fort (Similar) *
Shoes: Converse Jack Purcell
*My mom shipped them to me from China