Outfit Of The Day, Outfits







photograph by Karen Chen 

 As i’m getting ready to head to Asia (Korea and Hong Kong) next week I found myself feeling a little overwhelmed with triple the amount of work than the usual. So what happens when you are feeling a little overwhelmed? Prance around in nothing but an oversized fuzzy cardigan, drink some apple cider vinegar honey tea (i’ll explain the vinegar in a bit), and of course get barefooted! Promise, it always does the job and is quite liberating! I find myself feeling the most beautiful & inspired when things are kept simple.

Ok, so whats up with the vinegar? Well, I can thank my sister Jane for getting me hooked. I’ve been starting off the day with a warm cup  of water and mixing it with apple cider vinegar  + honey . After I got over the pungent sour smell I’ve been able to incorporate this into my daily regular meals, and i’ve seen a huge improvement in my energy, metabolism,  water weight, and most importantly skin. It’s not a miracle product as it happens gradually over time, but ever since I incorporated into my routine I can’t seem to start my day without it. I’ll be sharing more of my skin, beauty and FOOD  tips on a new project i’m working on that I can’t really talk about, but here’s a hint….Follow@YIBL_Official on instagram to find out more 😉

Hope you all have a beautiful day!



Fuzzy Cardigan – ASOS (similar one& obsessed with this one)

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  • Alana Marie says:

    Your photos are amazing!!!! Sultry and breathtaking!!! You inspire me to keep improving myself, my creativity and my blog.

    Love it


  • Kiara King says:

    The natural lighting in your studio is absolutely perfect and extremely enviable! I love that first photograph, but the last is so sultry – what a babe!

    I absolutely love apple cider vinegar! Well, sans the taste. That stuff truly is a miracle worker on skin. Unfortunately for me, even just the tiny bit I was consuming with water and honey every day had a bad effect on my stomach. But my skin had never been better. Ever.


  • I love your cardigan. Perfect for the cold winters!!!!!!! http://www.lamuffinerie.com

  • Amadee May says:

    I have apple cider vinegar which I make a toner from but I’m curious about drinking it because of the internal health benefits. I’ll give this a go :)

    It is getting colder in Australia.


  • Faffa says:

    What do you suggest to buy in hong kong? I will have my hubby going there for the first time.


  • Faffa says:

    What will you buy in hong kong?? I will have my hubby going there too for the first time.


  • flo says:

    Mind telling us the exact measurement for the vinegar and honey!? :)

  • Jacqueline Emery says:

    How much apple cide vinegar do u put? Plsss reply! I will try this! :)

  • Lila Feline Queen says:

    You are radiant :)
    I agree: the tea is nice; tastes much like hot apple juice with a hint of lemon. Reminds me of Dolomite mountains.
    Have a nice day

  • Susaleena says:

    Absolutely stunning photos! I also heard that vinegar on your skin lightens acne scars or any type of dark marks. Will need to look into this apple cider vinegar+honey recipe, thanks for sharing!

  • Catherine says:

    Hi Chriselle! You look gorgeous and I love that fuzzy pink sweater! I want to try this apple cider vinegar drink!


  • Vivian says:

    The cardigan is stunning! So fluffy!!



  • Hey Chriselle,
    You’re just gorgeous!

  • hadrien says:

    Love the concept of the fashion and intimate


  • Sanne says:

    I may try the apple cider vinegar as it does wonders for my hair as a conditioner after the baking soda! Sounds great

  • Arielle says:

    Really looking forward to more of your skin tips! I’ll have to try apple cider vinegar in the mean time!

  • ISHY says:

    looks great, may I ask where the fluffy cardigan is from? the asos link doesn’t seem to be the exact one 😉

  • Juliana says:

    Oh I love that! It’s so feminine and simply beautiful :)!


  • Colleen says:

    I LOVE that camera! Which one is it? I have tried the vinegar thing just once on a friend’s recommendation….I think I needed to persist because the first time it is very difficult to get over the vinegar taste and smell.
    Alix my blog partner just did a juice cleanse… It will be up on the blog tomorrow!


  • Love says:

    These photos are gorgeous! I definitely have to try out that little formula.. thanks for the tip.


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  • I may sound like a complete creep, but I just want to hug you! That looks so lovely and cozy! x


  • Valeria says:

    Beautiful photos! I will try that tea, it seems to work very god on your skin, you look flawless!!


  • Soraya says:

    you look stunning! i will definitely try out your morning cup <3
    xoxo soraya

  • Emma says:

    I love these photos of you and how relaxed you look

  • Leesa says:

    very beautiful pics!

  • QueenLina says:

    so beautiful sweater! looks so fluffy!!! :*

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  • Natali says:

    You look so beautiful and feminine! Amazing photos!


  • Jessica Rose says:

    I will have to try this adding vinegar to my drink…I like the sound of all the benefits


  • TERESA says:

    You look very beautiful! I love the fuzzy cardigan.

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