I never really thought I could pull off a moto-style jacket and to be honest, when I ordered this one, I still wasn’t sure. However, as soon as I pulled it out of the package, I was sold. First of all, the color was the most perfect shade of blush pink I had ever laid my eyes on. Not too pink, not too dusty, just incredibly refined and beautiful. Secondly, the craftsmanship of this jacket is amazing. It’s fully lined in cream-colored silky material, all the zippers work smoothly, and the hardware is a shiny silver that looks elevated (definitely not cheap.) I got a size 4. This jacket is classic yet feminine, and I styled it here with a white blouse, ripped denim, and Kate Spade shoes and bag.
I’ve been on the Korean skincare path going on two years now, and it has improved the clarity and brightness of my skin in a very impressive way. Along with the products themselves, I think that the concepts of double cleansing, and properly moisturizing have helped balance out my skin. My skin has also shifted recently towards more dry, rather than oily, and so I’ve really focused on hydration in the products that I’ve incorporated into my routine. Korean skincare is all about naturally active ingredients, and I think I’ve honed on the ones that work for me. For a basic overview of Korean skincare concepts, this article from Soko Glam is a great resource. I don’t do all the steps of Korean skincare consistently (like sheet masking, really need to be better about that) but I do most of them. Another thing to keep in mind is that the products themselves don’t have to necessarily be Korean or Asian – it’s the methodology that matters! Keep reading for my current routine!