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Fashionista NOW: Lunar New Year 2018 Lookbook Outfit Inspiration

Fashionista NOW: Lunar New Year 2018 Lookbook Outfit Inspiration

Credit | Jiafeng Li

Need a quick inspo to get you fueled up for the upcoming Lunar New Year 2018? Here’s one especially for you.

Whether you are wanting to slip into the graceful and powerful ao dai or cheongsam (qipao) dress, the key is to find something that flatters your unique self style expression. Take action in your right to express your love for the traditional dresses the way you’d want by wearing them with modern elements, such as a unisex footwear of choice: boots or sneakers.

You can also choose to go the ultra feminine path from head to toe by slipping your feet into heels and pumps or ballerina style shoes for a look that speaks to your demure spirit and is sure to make your grandma proud.

Without further ado, let’s eyeball the style imagery courtesy of Lookbook to peek into the way various style bloggers had been wearing their Lunar New Year #LOTD (or an everyday outfit inspired by the signature Oriental dresses.)

PS: I’m only showing the qipao and ao dai as I’m partial to these designs but there other traditional ensembles from different nations so relax, calm down, watch how these ladies slayed in style and most importantly, enjoy!

Which outfit gets you excited for the upcoming Lunar New Year 2018? Share below – I’d love to know!

“It occurs to me that I really can’t remember your face in any precise detail. Only the way you walked away through the tables in the café, your figure, your dress, that I still see.”Franz Kafka

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