Pioneer Square, Seattle

Dressed In Reformation

Spring and summer always get me excited to dress up and show off some skin. Now that I’m no longer in the teenaged years, I pick and choose what areas of my body that I want to expose to the world. Days with cut-out super short shorts and teeny tiny crop tops are over, and I’d much prefer wearing backless tops and high side slit things these days!

I had this navy-brown color combination stuck in my head for a long time now, yet I haven’t found anything that grab my attention at the shops. As soon as I saw this bodysuit from Reformation, I immediately added it in my cart thinking it was a navy one. Yes, I bought it with this brown skirt thinking of that dream navy-brown pairing. Turned out it was actually black! Silly me!

Anyways, I hope you enjoy this outfit pairing that very much describes me and my style that has not changed so much over the years. I still am very much into bodysuits and midi-skirts. Minimalistic and preppy with a flair!

Also, I’m dying to come in for a haircut, and no more experimenting with random salons in Seattle for me this time! I came back to Antonio hair salon last time and really found my favorite. I’ve had Lizzie and Emily, and they’re both incredibly talented with hair. Lizzie reached out to me a while ago when I had just moved to Seattle and saw my IG-stories post asking for a hair stylist recommendation. Follow her work, here.

I’ve missed blogging like this so much, so I hope you’ve enjoyed this short and sweet post! Youtube has really taken so much of my time these days as some of you know how much work it takes. Thanks for your continuous support and viewership. I appreciate it! Have a productive week and talk again, soon!

OUTFIT – REFORMATION bodysuit and skirt | YSL bag | ZARA heels | BOMA long necklace (gifted) | MEJURI earrings and short necklace (gifted)


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An Trieu

Currently based in Seattle, Style & Senses is my digital life and style journal of all things that inspire my senses and beyond. Hope you stay inspired, as always! - An Trieu.

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