Street Element

There's so much pretty places in Macau that I can think of as a backdrop for photos but honestly, I'm not a huge fan of going there at odd hours to beat the crown. These past months I've taken a liking to shooting just about anywhere - the streets, even the construction areas down Penguin's building or mine. And I think I've grown to love making use of street elements to my advantage in taking outfit photos.

These were taken at a construction area nearby my apartment building. Frankly, the place was dusty allover and it was just a mess, but it's funny how sometimes these things turn out really cool in photos with the right lighting and enough post-processing. I've a huge fan of Adobe Lightroom in case you're wondering what software I use - it can definitely transform one boring image to the mood of your liking.

This is one of my ultimate summer weekend combo (next to  oversize tees and whatnot) - a tiny top, perhaps cropped or even a bikini top, and wide-legged trousers. You can never go wrong. Wore this to an afternoon stroll after Penguin and I did our shoot for H&M Studio which, speaking of, I can't wait to share the final campaign images with you guys this week. Stay tuned ya'll!



Photos by Pierre Elma

[Top : Zara][Trousers : Cheap Monday][Sneakers : Fenty x Puma][Bag : Cordura]


  1. Those trousers look super comfortable! And that top is so cute.

    Marta -

  2. nice look

    Mrs. Aa


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