波士顿下春雪了,深冬与初春的交际,还带点冷冽的空气,冷色调的大地让一切蒙着透明的冰,来点褐红色调的穿搭吧!在这样的氛围里,让人深陷妳勃根第酒红的微醺。(同场加映:波士顿 15度C 穿搭风景:暖麻花针织、酒红指甲、米色剑桥包

Burgundy in Early Spring 上周波士顿下了据说是今年春季的最后一场雪,是冬日和春天换季的尴尬时刻。原本专属冬日的酒红色单品得以继续穿搭,佐以灰白色的大衣外套慢慢步入春天。

Last week was the first day of spring 2016, and Boston got a snowy start with blowing snowflakes to spring. To make my winter burgundy clothes work in spring, I paired with a crisp grey white coat for the awkward winter/spring transition. 

早春的酒红色

酒红色在别的季节穿总是不对劲,温暖的褐红色调浓醇厚实,羊毛长袜、灯芯绒裙、皮手套都是冬天的颜色。清浅的灰白色大衣外套平衡了过于厚重的酒红,正适合换季时分。(推荐阅读:当个时尚纽约客!穿梭经典电影场景的三种换季穿搭教学

这次又巧取强夺老公的酒红色剑桥包,和身上的暗红搭配的理所当然。我自己身高不高,所以买剑桥包偏爱中小型例如 9-14 寸,这款 15 寸意外地在我身上不显得太大,我想是因为同样是 15 寸,这款少了上面的手持提把,视觉看起来比较小背起来也比较适合小个子的女生;如果是娇小型的女生想要挑选大款的剑桥包,我会推荐 14 寸或者 15 寸无提把款式。

Burgundy in Early Spring

Burgundy has always been a hot color for fall/winter. But as the spring weather is unpredictable, I mixed and matched my wintertime burgundy staples and the spring grey white to make it work without getting too dark. 

For the bagl, I actually headed over to my hubby's closet and borrowed his burgundy satchel. I'm quite petite so I usually opt for satchels that are below 14" so it won't overwhelm my frame. But this gorgeous burgundy satchel is 15" and it doesn't swamp my petite frame. I think the reason it worked on me is this satchel has no top handle.

Without the top handle design, the 15" satchels looks not too bulky and big. As 15" satchels is more practical and easy to fit a lot of stuff, I would recommend 15" cambridge satchel without top handle for petite girls who are looking for a large bag.

最近正在适应新工作,重回朝九晚五的生活。和以前当学生比较自由的上学时间不同,现在加入波士顿广大通勤上班族的一员,开始习惯像沙丁鱼罐头般的挤地铁。上下班的地铁站会有街头艺人的萨克斯风演奏,我搭乘的那节车厢总是固定有个人会睡到鼾声四起。新生活的节奏,我正在学习中。(推荐阅读:放下的,新鲜的,那些旧与新生活

Recently I've been trying to settle in at a new job and my 9-to-5 routine. The subway commute is different from my flexible schedule when I was a student. During rush hours, either in the morning when people are commuting to work or in the evening when people are heading home, it's crowded and I'm squeezed in like a can of sardines. And there is always a snoring men on my usual train.

While commuting to work during rush hours may not sound lovely, but the perk of commuting to downtown is I get to enjoy the amazing subway saxophone performing when I squeeze out of the train.