If you don’t already know her, you probably recognize this week’s Girl of the Week as Mijune Pak of the local Vancouver food blog Follow Me Foodie. Mijune is a well-known foodie in the city with an infectious excitement and passion for food. Her personal interests include food and eating a lot of it! (No surprise there), but she also has a soft spot for fashion (music to my ears). Meet Mijune.
What are you wearing: Burgundy leather gloves from Nine West, vintage Jean Pierre sunglasses, brown Italian leather oversized handbag from a leather market in Florence, white twill coat from Mac & Jac, Donna Karan black tights, black patent Mary Jane shoes from Nine West, and light pink scarf with silver beading from GAP.
My personal style is: Feminine, elegant, classic, but original and still fun!
Most recent purchase: I guess that’s non-food related? I rarely wear pants… that sounds bad. But I’m just a fan of dresses. I figured I needed a pair of pants so I bought Soaked in Luxury fox pants in khaki brown, nice and loose – good eating pants!
3 items in my bag: Camera for taking food pics, “Keep Calm and Have a Cupcake” pink notebook for food notes, and Blackberry to tweet about all the deliciousness.
Go-to Look: An apron! No, I’m kidding. A dress! Always a dress. And heels! Always heels. Oh and tights if it’s cold. And a jacket! Always a jacket, which I’ll rarely take off because I’m always cold.
One thing every girl should have: An appetite!
Wardrobe staples: Black patent Mary Jane shoes and a classic white and black coat.
Favourite foods: How many things can I list? Can I kindly refer you to my 2010 Follow Me foodie “Best of” list?
Beauty Must-Have: Eyeliner.
If you had to wear the same thing, everyday, for a week: A black jersey dress with 3/4 length sleeves, right above the knee.
Current wish list: A black leather bag. I just can’t find one that’s a perfect fit that not every single girl has.
Drink of choice: Milk! It’s the first thing I thought of and I do like it.
Guilty pleasure: Desserts. Ice cream. Anything sweet. It’s really bad but oh so good!
Photo by Patrick Leung.