Hmong Chiang Mai Pink Fashion

Welcome back to Joua to the Rescue! I’m soo excited to share with y’ll this embroidered Hmong skirt I got when I studied abroad in Thailand during undergrad. 

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Funny thing, my nieces modeled in my clothes, and I liked this outfit they put together so here we are! Ahahhaha. We wanted to look fresh, young and a bit glamorous. To achieve this, my aunt in particular wrapped a cotton-esque cloth around the bust and paired with silver vintage accents.

Since I started working in HR recently, while balancing life, I came to learn that I can either make life easy or hard. For example, learning HR is equivalent to learning a new language in which requires extensive note taking and application. In my personal life, I would come home then take care of my domestic chores. The entire day can get exhausting but I haven’t stopped keeping my life organized because if I lack, I get disorganized. If I keep up with my entire life, things will get easier! Just a note to self and those in similar shoes;p  #makelifeeasiernotharder

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OUTFIT

Hmong skirt. Similar here.

Hmong wrapped top. DIY: Grab a sash of your choice. Wrap around once/twice and then criss-cross at the front; tie at the back.

Laos/Thai belt. Similar here. (Pretty too!)

 Photos || SP by Mao Chang