Mayodrobe Archive

GO MONGOLIAN

If you are up for foolproof fashion formulas, try this: plain top + statement skirt + quirky bag. Not just any plain top of course.  When designs are
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AUTUMN PALETTE

Autumn is the perfect season to showcase my favorite style: retro romanticism. Bows, ruffles and bowler hats are some of the key ingredients for cooking up a nostalgically
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BABY SOFT

Some words are meant to be together for the combined feel good factor they bring:  french and toast, rose and quartz, cotton and candy… Say “silk cashmere” a
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FLARE AFFAIR

It’s a no-brainer to choose tops with peculiar sleeves as my recent favorites, but when it comes to skirts, I really can’t make up my mind. Is it
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UP MY SLEEVES

Have been absent from here for over a month, which must be record breaking, pathetically. How I wish I had something up my sleeves that can make you
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BLUE HUES

Few days ago, I came across some beautiful yet ominous words: “At some point in every woman’s life she will inevitably experience an inexplicable sadness, a sort of
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YEECHOO

Try to recall the moment when you first fell in love with fashion.  I bet it’s for some floor-grazing gowns with acres of tulle, trillions of starry glitz
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DAMARIS

Damaris is a biblical figure, but also the name of this twirling skirt designed by Sarah Lai. The fact that it looks inherently romantic and feminine doesn’t undermine
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BREATH IN THE BREEZE

‘How come it seems that there are no tongue twisters with “breath” and “breeze”?’ so I wondered.  Before jumping into conclusion, I googled “breeze tongue twisters”, and guess
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FRANCESCA NOLITA

They are the names of my necklace/headpiece and pompom wristlet respectively. And there’s more to the name Nolita than I thought: it stands for “North of Little Italy”,
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FEB RECAP

The CNY period this year coincided with Valentine’s Day.   There’s therefore little wonder that different shades of pink and red have dominated the color schemes of my
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