Here’s what Mai wears out to hear live music — a short skirt because she knows she won’t be sitting much anyway, and extra comfy shoes for the same reason.
Her V-neck sweater is Comme des Garcons for Play. It comes with the creepy little heart.
I’m pretty covetous of Mai’s pink sequin skirt, though I doubt I’d get the use out of it she does. For example, I’d wear it on New Year’s Eve; she wears it grocery shopping.
Who makes a sequin skirt with pockets? F. House, a Ho Chi Minh City-based designer — Mai spent several months in Vietnam recently. The skirt is a sample that never went into production.
Mai’s shoes are by Ann Demeulemeester. Great for travel, and for round about the cauldron goings on.
And again, a little something happening at the heel.
Her bag is also Comme des Garcons. It’s a Beach Ball Handbag and has big leather knots on either side.
Mai did her hair in about fifteen seconds by rolling it up from the bottom and securing with bobby pins. I don’t know why more women don’t use bobby pins anymore. They make it so easy to pull your hair back in an interesting way.