Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Across the Sea

Dear Diary,
As my diary you should know I love finding great fashion in Asia. Several outfits from my past entries have been the result of my many finds from Taiwan. Not only am I thrilled about the prices (most of them under $30), I also love mixing Asian fashion with my California style.
So you can imagine my excitement when I set my foot (in a $20 flat I found from my last trip) in Taoyuan International Airport. My plan was to fill my empty suitcase at the end of my trip with creamy faux leather jackets for $60, adorable flats for $20, print dresses for $15, pattern tights for $3, …etc. The possibilities are endless! But before I embark on my shopping adventure, I must over-consume myself with amazing food first!



Yellow Top: Taiwan (less than $10)
Black Long Cardigan: Gap
Belt: JCrew
Shoes: Taiwan (less than $20)



See I have worn this skinny belt in other outfits:

7 comments :

Queen N said...

Love the yellow top & cute shoes! Looks like you are having a great time!

Anonymous said...

The gold belt is a nice touch!

JoJo said...

Where are your favorite places to shop in Taiwan? I'm going to Taipei for winter break and can't wait to hit the shops!

FrillsandRuffles said...

Hi JoJo - I am a bargain haunter at heart. I usually skip all the malls because they offer brands we can find in the U.S. I visit boutiques behind Chung Hsiao East Road Sec 4, small stores in the alleys of Sze Da night market, and Wu Fen Pu (once known as wholesale market). But it's a hit or miss with these places and requires lots of patience! Good luck!

Jolie petite fille said...

Very stylish outfit! I love that yellow top and what a bargain! I love shopping in Taiwan- So many great pieces for such great prices. I'm going to Taiwan in December-- Lots of shopping! ;)

Hope you have loads of fun on your trip! I really enjoy your blog

Sid ^^ said...

u make me miss Taiwan so much! I love shopping there, especially footwear. they sell cute flats during summer and gorgeous boots during winter with extremely cheap prices. And the foods, mmm yummy.

FrillsandRuffles said...

Sid - I already dreaming about my next trip to Taiwan (whenever that is!). I cannot stop buying flats there either! I believe my record was 20 flats in one suitcase in one trip.

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