My Bridal Robe

One thing that brides-to-be tend to overlook is what they’ll be wearing while preparing for their big day. I don’t know when the whole bridal robe trend started, but I personally remember seeing my mom wear hers every time she’d get ready for work in the morning. On some weekends,…

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Taipei: Zhongxiao Dunhua

I don’t mind staying here every time I go to Taipei. If I had to describe the Zhongxiao Dunhua area, I’d say it’s similar to Harajuku (Tokyo) or Hongdae (Seoul).  The energy is absolutely captivating, and I feel like this is a side of Taipei that not a lot of people…

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Mango Committed

Mango Committed

My lifestyle is far from being quintessentially sustainable, but I’m slowly working towards supporting more brands that minimize impact on the environment and maximize benefits of those who tire endlessly to make the clothes we buy on the racks. I had to start somewhere to break my wasteful habits. For the past…

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6 Places to Visit in Taipei

Besides the places I’ve done stand-alone posts on, here are some noteworthy places you can visit in Taipei: 1. Yong Kang Street In between Dongmen Station and Daan Park Station is Yong Kang Street, a destination for foodies. The original Din Tai Fung can be found here, as well as a…

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Taipei: Huashan 1914 Creative Park

What’s not to love about Taipei’s Huashan 1914 Creative Park? It’s basically every hipster’s dream – a 60+ year old winery-turned-creative space with lots of inspiring indie brands, specialty stores, art exhibits, third wave coffee shops, bars, cinemas, and occasional mini concerts by Taipei’s most promising musicians. It didn’t hurt that the industrial-organic aesthetic of the…

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