There’s more than one way to be feminine, and no one knows that better than these seasoned style experts. Here are the best Asian fashionistas to give you girly outfit inspo for days – no matter what your vibe is.
@mellowmayo is a Hong Kong based blogger with pink and dreamy energy in all her outfits. Seriously, one pic of her is like looking at a field of cherry blossoms and angels. We love how she plays with color and silhouettes.
Lim has just over a million followers, and it’s clear why. She
masters girliness in gowns and suits, elevating our princess dreams
to high-end runway realness.
Song is feminine but not in a classical way. Her looks are infused
with a little bit of Clueless, a little bit of Kanye, and a little
bit Almost Famous. She’s like the older sister cool girl whose
style you want to emulate, but you’re too nervous to ask her where
she goes shopping.
the style blogger is something out of The Devil Wears Prada. She
combined billowing reds and pinks for romantic, holiday-friendly
looks, and is known to combine her chic dresses with a long statement
has some gorgeously composed outfits and images, but we really love
her unconventional girliness, like printed maxi dresses that clash
with bright sneakers, or a wide legged silk blue suit.
page is little bit of everything. But one thing that is hard to
ignore is inspirational fashion looks that are anything but boring.
For instance, a slinky lime green spaghetti strap dress layered over
a semi sheer turtleneck.
queen makes traditional looks appear timeless. She tries
monochromatic looks blending pleated skirts and blazers, and her
style many times borrows from European eras. This makes sense since
her dream is to live in Paris!
Chinese-American creative is also a mom, and her brand is always
effortless elegance, with a dose of parent-friendly. This gal rocks
everything from a maximalist flower print to angelic cream dresses.
Even her casual looks slay, like an off the shoulder cream blouse
paired with velvet skinnies.
Jean’s looks are always so put together and feminine yet simple. Best of all, they’re accessible, not just meant for some 90-pound goddess to be rocking in California. Many of her looks include different skirt silhouettes paired with long sleeved tops. By switching up the silhouette, this simple formula always works for her. Give it a shot!
Kat is a lifestyle blogger with some serious flair – she’s basically the human version of the dancing girl emoji in the red dress.