March 28, 2015

Styling tips - Sandals work with every outfits

Twenty3 bralet and skirt // Melissa x Karl Lagerfeld sandals 

There are something about an open-toe shoes that is simply irresistible. I have worn these classic shoe styles almost too many times to count - it's easy to see why. These sleek, single sole shoes are incredibly versatile and flattering. There is nothing they don't match. Pair it with the pearls accent Violatta sandals to complement my monotone hue. 

When on-the-go, comfort is key. Flat, strap sandals are a no-brainers if you are looking to thwart blisters and painful arches. Play with colours and patterns to bring out a specific colour in the outfit, though I always prefer monochrome colour palette. You can score this pair of classic sandals at M Dreams boutique

March 21, 2015

Styling tips - Go all black

BevC Clothing top and trousers // Camilla Skovgaard boots // Saint Laurent leather cuff

Black is basic, black is essential, black is everything. Friends around love to dress in black lately, even myself sometimes prefer to put on a full black/white outfit. I guess when you have so much things needed to be taken care, all you want is minimalism styling and easily achieve effortless chic look. 

This full black look was taken last year during Digital Fashion Week in Bangkok. Play around with singular colour by putting different fabrics together. This is the fun part when it comes to styling. 
Hope you enjoy your weekend, if you follow GBGTV I'll see you guys tomorrow at Project Space. 

March 9, 2015

Bangkok's Food and Drink 101

How I miss Bangkok? The food, especially. It was not my first time visiting the city, and I ended up going back to the same restaurants mostly because I wanted to try the authentic thai food. However there were some changes when I last visited Bangkok. I managed to go to two new restaurants, which I will feed you all with more visuals later.

#1 Roast Coffee and Eatery
Located in hip-and-happening Thong Lo, everything here is perfect except for the part of getting there which is not accessible by train. We took a cab here. Its unique brunch menu with great ambience is definitely worth to pay a visit. I had their famous Crab Cake Benedict. Poaches egg and Hollandaise sauce makes every bite dreamy. My foodie partner tried its Cassoulet. I didn’t even bother to try his because mine was too good, lol. How would we possibly not order desserts since we have come so far? Knowing we couldn’t finish two desserts, but we insisted to order both raspberry tiramisu and chocolate soufflĂ©. Both taste so goooood!

#2 Vesper Cocktail Bar and Restaurant
Known for its unique cocktail, we found an excuse to drink during dinner. Located in the heart of Silom, Vesper offers authentic Italian and Spanish dishes. We ordered Pulpo Galicia (roasted giant octopus), risotto with white truffle goodness and Wagyu steak for sharing. Everything was fine, but the early grey cocktail was the boom. They called it Secret Earl Grey where the earl grey-infused gin was served with clove water over dry ice. Too cool!

#3 Maggie Choo’s
The hidden gem where you enjoy the latest and greatest nightlife venue in Bangkok. Boyfriend and I just thought we should pop by after dinner, and the place was all packed with no seats available. I will recommended you guys to make a reservation before you come as they have rooms designed like ancient China dynasty theme and you can chill and drink with your friends while watching the ladies in Chinese gowns hanging on swings or cage or and enjoying the live bands playing. 

I want Bangkok now, who's up to travel with me?