I enjoy pairing leather bracelets. They definitely give you a bold, edgy look. This is my 101 ways to wear a bracelet. Don’t be afraid to stack them up; it only makes the look more individual. Mix and match is key, and don’t make it too busy. Start with one, and go from there. Bracelets are meant to give you extra attitude, and add statement to your wrist.
I like mixing high-low fashion. Wearing: random bracelet from vintage, Madewell, Urban Outfitters, Hermes, Cartier, Stella McCartney, The Woods, Mcqueen, Celine, Balenciaga, and bracelets from souvenir stores from traveling.
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Sorry for the lack of updates on my blog, and thank you everyone for visiting!
Have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh
I intended to style this look in an apricot-orange color with an unexpected touch of blue. I wanted to send a message that we shouldn’t be afraid to mix warm and cool hue colors. Fashion is only limited by your imagination, and so let’s avoid being conventional and predictable.
Wearing: Maison Martin Margiela dress, Rick Owens jacket, Charlotte Olympia pumps and clutch, Nina Ricci sunnies, The Woods ring, and hat from Lola Hats.
Photography by Kristi and Scot @Dstylesheet.
Thank you for visiting! Have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh
Hello everyone! How are you enjoying the Fall so far? The chilly weather is here in Dallas, and The Woods, an Aspen-based jewelry line, is perfect to add to your jewelry collection this season. I love how they mix are materials and organic and natural elements. The jewelry is one of a kind handmade and vintage-inspired pieces. They’re exclusive at Forty Five Ten.
SAVE YOUR DATE! Come and meet the designers on Friday and Saturday November 2nd and 3rd from 12 to 2pm.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR on Friday November 2nd from 12 to 2pm for a CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION! Come and see me, I will be hosting The Woods trunk show with CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION .
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Come to see me and meet the designers. Can’t wait to see you there! xo…Hanh
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Don’t be afraid to mix materials; it only makes the look more individual. I like seeing the blend of textures-braids tangle with beads, semiprecious stones, pave’ diamonds, and simple rope. It’s the same thing with colors; gold mixed with silver, rainbow it up. Start with one, and go from there. Bracelets are meant to give you extra attitude, and add statement to your wrist.
Wearing: random bracelet from Gap, Hermes, Tai, Holst + Lee, The Woods, Fenton Fallon, Madewell, Stella McCartney. You can find similar here and here.
Most of my pictures here from my Instagram, make sure follow me on Instagram @lifeintravel for instance daily picture updates!
Thank you everyone for visiting and have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh
Here are a few shot details of my outfit that I’m wearing for my post coming up. Rebecca Minkoff handbag, HOLST + LEE bracelet.
When I was in New York city, I was lucky to run into Natalie Holst, one of designers for HOLST + LEE jewelry line. HOLST+LEE is a New York based fashion collaboration between Natalie Holst and Rochelle Lee. They’re both from the south and moved to New York. I had talked to Rochelle and she is from Austin, TX. They’re both young and talented ladies. I’m absolutely in love with their jewelry line-beautiful colors, all handmade, and unique. Another cool thing that I like their designs is that the clasp is a magnet, so you also connects to another bracelet to became a choker. Click here to learn more about their line. Here are my favorite pieces from HOLST + LEE, please click on the following links to view- here, here, here, and here. Or you could click on my ‘Currently Obsessed’ page on your right hand-side panel to see more.
Photos by Kristi and Scot from StyleSheet.
Thank you everyone for reading! Have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh
I had hosted this contest before and would like to do it again. As you know, Fall2012 Fashion Week of New York, London, Milan, and Paris is coming soon, so let’s get inspired and ready for it. The idea of this contest is just for fun and of course getting inspiration. I know there are many of you that are very inspired already, and it would be lovely to share that inspired style here at Life-in-Travel, and I’m excited to know more about your sense of fashion. Everyone (including international contestants) can enter this contest giveaway gift, just send to firstname.lastname@example.org a picture of your outfits with your name and what you’re wearing. Please, summit your two photos of two looks by January 26th. I will choose between 15 to 20 faces and let all the readers rate it. The winner is the one who has the most votes, and will get $175 giftcard from the store of your choice, or cash. Have fun with your fashion creation and GOOD LUCK to you all!
This red MMMargiela sweater was from last year. I’ve worn it alot, but I had no chance to share it until now. It’s also very sexy to style it with shorts and a pair of any length boots, especially with thigh high boots.
And these Row leggings are absolutely a GREAT investment piece. I’ve been wearing them countless times in every fall/winter season and its quality is the best. Here are the links that you can find them, very similar to mine, click here
“Rock!” ring designed by my little girl last year when she was 7.
McQueen boots. You can find them here
for 30% off (they run a little big).
Thank you everyone for reading! Have a wonderful day!!! xo…Hanh
Weeks ago, I got this postcard in my email from my sweet friend, Nathalie, and I planned not to post until Chinese New Year; but, I couldn’t resist posting it and can’t wait to share. This is the cutest postcard ever!! It’s so sweet of her to do this collage. Thank you Nathalie!
Nathelie is a jewelry designer and works along with her husband, Fernard, as a team for their own jewelry line, Hanna Bernhard. They live in Paris and their work is amazing, one of a kind. Most of the pieces that I’ve collected from their line have an Oriental theme which I love. If you’re one of my long time readers, you’ve probably already read my old posts about them. Anyway, check out their blog
to learn more about their work if you wish. And here is the postcard.
Below are the pictures which she used for the collage.
Wearing: Hanna Bernhard Chinese dragon and Japanese lucky cat necklaces.
Thank you everyone for reading and wish you a wonderful weekend! xo…Hanh
Kimme Winters necklaces incorporate unusual artifacts and mixes them with a variety of pendants such as: Buddha, cross, charm of Mary, medallions, heart charm..ect…and beads which make her necklaces are different.
This red beaded with mixed pendants and Cross is my third one from her design. I love the bright red shade of these beads and I’ve got a fun idea to wear it across the shoulder. Yet, it is my new way to wear a long chain necklace. It’s different and fun.
To see my other Kimme Winters necklaces, here
These colorful plastic bracelets is a gift from one of my friends. And I got this photo below from my friend’s twitter, Carlo @cfashionstyle, to share. I really like the way that he captured the object and the lighting of this photo, I think it’s very artistic.
Wearing: Top from Free People, Rick Owens skirt, Johnny Farad clutch, and Nina Ricci sunglasses.
Have a wonderful day to you all!! x0…Hanh
I should have shared this post about 6 months ago.
As you know, my little daughter who loves art is very creative. I’ve been sharing with you her drawings, her clothing designs for herself and her doll. Once more, I’m proud to share these rings which she also designed. Remember, she’s only 7!
One day, months ago, when my little girl and I had a chance to have dinner with my sweet friend, Sue Gragg, Sue asked my girl: “What would you like to be when you grow up?”. My girl said, “Designer”. Sue said “I’m a jewelry designer and have my own store, so can you design jewelry for me?”. My little girl confidently said “sure”, and quickly grabbed a piece of paper and sketched these rings without thinking. She sketched them in a seconds with a crayon. Thank you to my sweet friend, Sue Gragg, for transforming my girl’s sketches into real rings! Sue did wonderful work keeping the original design, especially the way she wrote the words.
I love my little girl’s expression with the exclamation mark
The heart outline is so cute!
Check out Sue Gragg’s website
(her jewelry is the best quality and exquisite) and you could place a special order for these rings if you wish.
Have a wonderful day to you all! xo…Hanh