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Beijing is pretty cool

My husband and I went to Beijing last week for the first time. We went with some pals that he works with. It was a good time. We had a lot of really yummy food. The weather was beautiful; blue skies, best viagra pharmacy sunshine and a bit or crisp air, viagra generic which was welcomed. I was able to wear sweaters, and I loved it! While we were there, I happened to conjure up some courage, and asked some cute, well dressed girls if I could take their photos. Truth be told, it wasn’t as scary as I imagined it to be, once I did it. Isn’t that always the case?DSC_0157DSC_0155DSC_0158These girls were the coolest. I like their whole look! Nice boots, black and white with pops of colour, those glasses!? Way hipper than me. In fact I felt weird taking pics of all these trendy peeps, cuz I am not the trendiest. My pal Nathan suggested me buying an outfit that was ultra hip, and wearing it on the days where I am going out, to look for cool guys and gals to photograph. Hah. I am considering it.DSC_0091DSC_0093This lovely ladies name is Ali. She works at an art studio in a district we visited called ‘798’. It’s an entire district in Beijing dedicated to art studios and galleries. It’s huge and awesome. We went to it on our last full day in Beijing and I wish we would have gone earlier in the week, because there was so much more to see. I guess we will have to make another trip sometime. Ali is an artist and works with ceramics. We didn’t end up getting any pics of her work, but she was certainly talented. Her glasses are so much fun, her dress is adorable and you can’t see in these pics but she has a grey streak in her hair and is wearing loafers. I love both of those things.Β DSC_0212DSC_0213DSC_0211DSC_0214Lastly, just as we were heading out of the art district, I saw these two gals. Recently I’ve been getting into bulky, loose sweaters and stylish tomboy looks. The long sweater and toque combo is amazing, and I love the jeans the Β girl with the short hair is wearing. These two lovelies were so funny and I wish they lived in my town, I’m pretty sure we’d be friends.

I honestly didn’t work up the courage until the last couple of days we were there, so I missed a few sweet outfits along the way. There were so many stylin’ people around Beijing. Chinese people know how to dress, that’s for sure. But I am proud that I actually got around to asking people if I could take their photos. It was well received by everyone, and no one said no! Win, win for me pals. Now the challenge is to keep doing it.

Which kinds of styles are you into for fall?

xo

Cori Anne

 

 

 

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1 Comment

  • Reply Joyelle Komierowski October 6, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Love it!!!! Good job Cori! I’m proud of you!

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