Velvet Boots in Hong Kong

Hong Kong street markets Central District

It’s been a month since I was in Hong Kong, and I totally miss the energy of my bustling hometown. The city is always busy, flooded with aromas and saturated with colors everywhere. Here, we were roaming around Central, a business district full of luxury and boutique shopping, traditional markets, and good eats and cafes.

Hong Kong street markets
YSL velvet Kate bag
YSL embellished Kate bag
YSL velvet bag
velvet bag velvet boots
Cooper & Ella “Harper” star silk tank top (c/o)
Glamorous mockneck bodysuit (under $40!)
Moorea Seal “Angela” velvet booties (c/o)

These velvet boots are so fun (and comfortable too!) and they add a pop of color. I paired another velvet item with the look, which is my favorite Saint Laurent “Kate” bag that has the most incredible beading embroidered onto the luxe velvet. With these statement pieces, I kept the rest of the outfit simple, and broke up some of the black with this metallic starry silk tank top.

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  1. February 6, 2017 / 3:06 pm

    wow, those shoes! it pops so much it almost looks like it's photoshopped on haha 🙂

  2. February 6, 2017 / 7:53 pm

    Those boots certainly make a statement!


  3. February 7, 2017 / 1:33 am

    I haven't been to Hong Kong yet but I am dying to go. Just the hustle and bustle of the city and the delicious foods and of course the shopping! I love these burgundy velvet boots! I can't believe they are comfy enough to walk around the city, but that makes them amazing. This YSL bag is to die for and that embroidery is spectacular and so unique. What a cool yet classy look to stroll around fashionable Hong Kong! xoxo, Christine

  4. February 7, 2017 / 9:02 am

    Love the detailing of this outfit. I would also love to see the post about dresses for this valentine!

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