We always keep an eye on intricately handmade works of art when we travel either for business or leisure-- or both. And so, fresh from a trip to Northern Thailand, we came home with very tired eyes (from all the colors and textures!) yet very inspired with loads of great finds!
It's one thing to acquire a handmade piece borne out of culture and tradition and another to actually make it relevant to your closets, your living room, your kitchen-- or simply put, your lifestyle. It's your way of giving it a modern yet personal spin that makes this whole 'eclecticism' so interesting and so 'current.'
At Soi Chic, we bring your exotic finds with a contemporary spin. Starting with this amazingly intricate embroidered vest from the Karen tribe of southern Myanmar.
Styled with a chambray button down shirt, cropped jeans, and pool slides. Finished off with the Linda tote from Abre. We will take this look to some exotic locale or to a weekend road trip. Switch the slides to classic black pumps and this look will be work-appropriate in a creative environment.
We know the versatility of the classic white button down a little too well. We wear it with almost anything and in this case the Hmong wrap mini gave our favorite closet staple a playful punch. We love that the shirt is peeking out of the skirt giving it an unexpected twist. Classic black pumps and a structured tote polish the look.
The Hmong knee-length wrap skirt is a statement piece you can dress up or down. Styled with a boxy top and sandals-- we will take this look from work week to weekend. The Chedi scarf brings a jet-set feel to the outfit whether its tied around your neck or on your tote.
There you have it. Five easy looks from our trusty preppy-jet set style formula. Here's to hoping we have helped you introduce your Soi Chic finds into your daily sartorial takes with fun and ease!
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