5 Summer Looks From Our Favourite Influencers

Update your wardrobe with the help of Hong Kong’s most fashionable set

Dressing is hard. Dressing in the summer is even harder. It’s difficult to find that ideal fashionable-to-sweat-proof ratio. So, to get you looking your best we turned to the experts: Hong Kong’s fashion influencers.

Read on to find your summer wardrobe inspiration from the chicest fashionistas and fashionistos.

Faye Tsui

Cool but covered, fashion stylist Faye Tsui proves that scarves aren’t just for winter. She’s channeling boho-country vibes in a leather pinafore skirt, perfectly tousled hair and thick leather bracelet. But let’s be honest here, the scarf pulls this whole thing together. Head to Zara to find your own summer scarf and try and recreate the look at home. If you really want to splurge, check out Hermès and invest in a classic piece you’ll have forever.

Crawford House, 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central; +852 2903 9500

G/F, Landmark Prince’s, 10 Chater Road, Central; +852 2919 5000

Geneva Vanderzeil  

Oh, hello perfect summer outfit. How effortlessly put together does Geneva Vanderzeil, from @apairandaspare look in this chic little look? A rugged pair of high-rise cut-off jeans is elevated with a crisp white button down, simple flats and a cute hat to complete the look. This will take you from brunch to business meetings, and everywhere in between – and you’ll barely break a sweat.

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Christoffer Cheng

Nothing says summer like a linen moment, and no one does it better than @CuriousChristoffer. Here, Hong Kong’s coolest dentist is showing us how to work summer’s hottest heat in top-to-toe linen. Pair a vibrant top with a neutral trouser for that perfectly relaxed, but still put together vibe.

Brandon Chau

When it comes to men’s sartorial inspiration, Brandon Chau is always a good place to start. The co-founder of Attire House is always flawlessly turned out, and here he shows us how to rock a suit even in summer. Stick to lighter colours and a slightly more relaxed fit for that ‘just off my yacht’ vibe.

Attire House
4/F, Duke Wellington House, 14-24 Wellington Street, Central; +852 2619 9007

Cindy Ko

Make your wardrobe work overtime, and transition effortlessly from day-to-night with this look by @Cindiddy. A pair of dark lace-trimmed shorts and a sheer white top are perfect for a dinner date, and if you throw on an oversized blazer you’re ready for a workday meeting too. Some strappy heels finish the look, and you’re ready to go wherever the day (or night) takes you.

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