Hello! I hope everyone’s holiday weekends were wonderful. Sunday night, we had a little barbecue as I told you, and my neighbor brought over the cutest treats: Chocolate covered fortune cookies!
Aren’t they beautiful?! And they were delicious. I’m not even a huge fortune cookie fan, but apparently when you add chocolate and sprinkles, you have yourself a real delicacy. And I’m in love with this glass jar she put them in.
Yum. But not only were these little treats delicious, they put me in mind of a little fashion tidbit I have been wanting to share with you: Asian influences. I love them. Lately, I have been seeing them everywhere, and I just love it! The silk fabrics, the pretty floral designs… Let’s take a look:
Pamella Roland Fall 2011 was an Asian-inspired dream. This is my favorite look from the collection, I’m obsessed! The gorgeous color, the flower detailing, and the fierce collar make for one stylin’ gown.
These looks are a little older- Dries Van Noten from Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2011- but I have been ogling them for so long, and this was the perfect opportunity for me to share them! The silky silhouettes on these garments are so easy-going, Asian-chic. The flowers are beautiful as well, and I don’t think I even need to say anything about those fierce purple shoes in the center. End of story.
While much less avant-garde than the past couple of looks, this adorable little romper shows you how you can throw some Asian-flair into your everyday wardrobe. The kimono sleeves give it just the right Asian touch, and the color is so pretty! It reminds me of a creamsicle… Yum.
Hey look, that brother I’ve mentioned from time to time made it onto here! Hey Dyl! But he’s not really the point… he just happens to be in my picture 🙂 This dress has a great Asian flair. The kimono sleeves and drapy top give it just the right amount of edge.
And finally, I would be remiss not to mention the epic Asian-influenced Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2011. When I saw these collection, I wanted to find Marc Jacobs and hug him. Every. Single. Piece. Is. Gorgeous.
Clearly, I love me some Asian flair. Whether it’s a scrumptious little cookie or a gorgeous couture gown, the Asian look has got it going on.