Wearing Steven Alan in Hong Kong
As I took my day trip to Hong Kong, I didn’t visit touristy places like Tsim Sha Tsui or Mong Kok but to visit Tai O, a little fish village West of Hong Kong resided primarily by seniors, and Stanley, where it is famous for its beaches, bays, and a prison.
Bizarre but not too bizarre, January in Hong Kong this year is relevantly warm, so warm that it was fine to wear short sleeves. When it felt like summer, a pair of cute sunnies are mandatory.
Photos above are of Stanley and Sai Ying Poon. I really like the color of the rocks by the the bay contrasting with my French Terry Short Sleeve Sweatshirt by Twenty, a Canadian brand launched in 2009. The soft texture inside the sweatshirt is too comfortable to take off while the firm outer layer of the material still holds the minimalistic sweater wrinkle-less.
Day trip to Tai O was eyeopening as I saw the other side of Hong Kong. One might imagine Hong Kong to be only about luxurious city dwellers working in skyscrapers, but Tai O is out of the ordinary. The tranquil little fish village resides many senior residents and is kept clean and dustless. Here, you see humanity and closeness with the people of Hong Kong.
Below are product shots of this pair of Steve Alan sunnies!
Strolling in Hong Kong, I wore this pair of Steven Alan sunnies. The classic round lens shape locked in golden brushed metal, perfect for oval and square faces.
And that’s all for my Hong Kong travel blog! Stay tuned!