Game day

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This is one of the editorial shoots that my husband and I put together a few weeks back. “Game day” is a sports inspired fashion shoot that combines the high fashion names with high street brands and brings streetstyles into sophisticated editorial looks. The three looks were inspired by soccer, baseball and tennis.

This editorial shoot also got featured on MISSBISH, a women fashion magazine and online store. I really appreciate this opportunity and very grateful that we have the whole team that working behind the secens to make this happen!

 
Photographer: asimOverstands

Model: Summer Morgan

Style: Savannah Qiu

Hair: Candace Pearson

Makeup: Breanne Sinclair

 

Look 1 (soccer inspired): sequins bomber jacket, Zara; grey hoodie, Bape; bra top, Calvin Klein; leather shorts, H&M Trend; socks, Topshop; shoes, Stella McCartney.

Look 2 (baseball inspired): hat, Supreme; navy dress, Zara; baseball jacket, Supreme; socks, Topshop; lace up heels, Chloe; earrings and bracelets, all from Marni for H&M.

Look 3 (tennis inspired): headband, Nike; grey jacket, Topshop; navy dress, T by Alexander Wang; belt, H&M; heels, Alexander Wang; bangles, Chanel. 

#StyledByJayia

I have been working on styling for editorial shoots for the past few weeks with my husband (@asimoverstands) as the photographer. And I will share with you these pictures under the “styled by jayia” category from “what’s new” menu. You can also check out my Instagram account (@jayia) for the most updated photos and behind the scenes images.


  
  
Photographer: Asim Haque (@asimoverstands)

Model: Samantha Peck

Stylist: Savannah Qiu


Leopard 

 

This leopard jumpsuit is amazingly comfortable to wear, and I really love this unusual colour combination for the pattern. Two personal tips for rocking the long jumpsuit like this: 1. Because of the loose fit and the casual feel of a jumpsuit, I always ALWAYS wear it with heels, to enlongate the legs and make the outfit less lounge-wear kind of feel. 2. Personally I don’t like the tie that always comes with the jumpsuit as a waist tie, so i normally wear an actual belt and wear the tie as a head wrap, and you could also wear it around the neck as a skinny scarf. I think this gives that 70s feel and the tiny piece of fabric really can bring the whole outfit together.

Leopard jumpsuit, h&m; bag, Chanel; sandals, Valentino.

My little ballerina

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I think not only me, but every mom must enjoy the time shopping for the baby clothes, especially for baby girl’s, they are like a doll version of the grown ups. It is pretty hard, but, I have been trying to hold onto my eager to buy too many cute summer dresses for baby j, since she is growing pretty fast, I don’t want her to out grow those outfits before summer arrives. ❤

White ballerina flats, H&M.

Summer Crush

 

 

Lately I’ve been sporting around some big statement jewellery pieces – I think the right amount of accessories really can make the whole outfit stand out more, and it shows one’s personality too. So i want to share my golden rules of wearing bold accessories:

1. Never wear earrings and a necklace together (doesn’t matter if they are from the same set or not), it is just too much.

2. Don’t match the accessories with the outfit, but always try to mix them. Using clashing colours are always more eye-catching.

3. Play with the texture too. If I am wearing a silk blouse, I will always go big with a metal chain necklace to add some boldness to the overall feminine look.

Last but not least, go BIG or go home! ❤

 

From above: acrylic necklace and earrings, both from Marni for H&M.

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