Year of the Rooster

Thursday, January 26, 2017


I'll admit I'm not always the best example of embracing Chinese culture, but Lunar New Year is a helpful reminder to keep tradition in mind. When I think of this holiday, I'm taken back to long weekends at my grandparents' house in Boston spent feasting over "lucky" dishes with family. In the past few years this tradition has slowed, with the passing of my grandmother and aging of the youngest generation. Though with the changing of family customs, there is a feeling of nostalgia during this holiday that still keeps us close despite the distance.

Chinese New Year has always been one of my favorite holidays, likely as a child because of the red envelopes (no shame). These days the red envelopes aren't so abundant, but the lifelong family traditions give the holiday its personal significance. I'm partnering with Coach to celebrate the new year with a pop of lucky red from their limited edition 1941 collection. Let this accessory be a bright reminder to value tradition and family as we celebrate our heritage.



Bag: c/o Coach | Scarf: ASOS
Coat: Primark (similar here) | Shoes: Kenneth Cole


Thank you to Coach for partnering on this post. All opinions are my own.

17 comments

  1. I love your bag. It adds a lovely pop of colour.

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  2. I do not have a large knowledge of the Chinese culture so much that I would like to visit this country once ;-) You look fantastic in this outfit dear, to add red bag it's a great idea :-)

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  3. Love this look; it's great!

    Funmi x
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  4. Sou super a favor de manter as tradições.
    Gostei do seu look e feliz ano novo!

    Dany
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  5. Love this whole look!

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  6. lovely look :)

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  7. Awesome look!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase

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  8. I don't know a lot about Chinese culture and celebrations but it sounds like the Chinese new year celebration brings a lot of warmth and lovely family moments. It sounds really nice.
    You look great btw. I like the casual comfy look :)
    xo
    Sauniya | Find Your Bliss ♡

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  9. The red envelops were my favorite part as a kid too, now i dont get them anymore,but I still love getting together with my family and eating bomb chinese food!

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  10. Such a nice casual look
    I love the red touch.
    xx,
    Margot
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  11. Happy Chinese New Year! Wish you the best of luck in the year of this rooster.
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  12. Love your outfit and that pop of color. Happy Chinese new year.

    Bernie, xx
    The Style Fanatic

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  13. super glam look sweetie
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    have an happy day, kisses

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  14. Happy Chinese New Year, Christina! ♥ I love the pop of red in this minimalist ensemble. I'm following you now on Google+! Hope to hear from you soon!

    Love, Airish
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  15. I loveeee this effortless outfit, Christina! And the pop of red with that Coach bag is the icing on the cake! Happy belated Lunar New Year!

    Tina
    www.justatinabit.com

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