Tsim Sha Tsui East has always been my all-time favourite when it comes to finding the perfect place that serves multi-purpose such as client meetings, happy hour, or simply catching up with good old friends.
The first article of Wardrobe Diaries, I decided to begin with a soft happy hour in Spasso. Located across the crowded Mody Road piled up with live bands and open bars, the Italian Bar Restaurant keeps you close to the crowds but on the same time leaving you more privacy and space, and enjoy your Italian cuisine with a signature cocktail in hand, made with house-infused vodkas.
Grab a table at the outdoor terrace and enjoy your refreshments with the spectacular Victoria Harbour view next to it. Take off your semi-formal blazer and show off your clavicle with a halter neck top that strongly emphasise a women’s inner sexiness.
I got this NBD top from one of my favourite online shop, revolve.com.
NBD, one of the fashion label it’s carrying, designs silhouettes that are both sexy and appealing, and also brings a certain independent attitude that women find it hard to resist and men find it attracted.
When wearing a halter neck top, I tend to go for pants instead of a skirt to avoid being over dressed-up. Culottes are great choices for keeping your look semi-formal while still being chic and carefree.
But if you are looking for something more elegant and graceful, a long pencil skirt that highlights your body curve are strongly recommended. Last but not least, complete the look with some fashion accessories.
I purposely go for anything that’s either pink or purple, not only to match my purple hair but to also keep the outfit consistent. Never underestimate the power of these little dangles, they are as if the salt and pepper, that spice up your look and bring out the ‘flavour’ of your unique character.
- NBD top, Zara culottes
- Raye sandal heels
- Luzid-Designs.com (designed by Visala) accessories
- Loeffler Randall satchel
Address: Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre, Empire Centre, 68 Mody Rd
Phone: 2730 8027
Hours: Open today · 12PM–2AM
Visit the Restaurant online
Photo credit: Davy Cheung, assistant: Gary Kwong