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If you could travel to any café in the world, where would it be and why?

Savina: Pink Pool Café, a pool-themed indoor café in Seoul. I love the fun, quirky and fresh feeling of the pool but without the sun! This is the answer to it, except it is air-conditioned and you get to enjoy a nice cup of coffee.

Julia: Paris without a doubt! Nothing beats a fresh parisian pastry and a cup of coffee.

Describe your perfect outfit to wear during the holidays.

Savina: Shiny metallic knits over denim jeans or statement skirts.

Julia: A mix of velvet, sequins and faux fur.

Share your favourite childhood memory from the holidays.

Savina: Spending time with my extended family and opening presents on Christmas. It’s the only other time of the year when I receive gifts from my parents, apart from my birthday.

Julia: Going to my grandma's place in Romania and having all my family next to me. It's so hard to live far away from the ones you love!

What does the holiday spirit mean to you? (Gift-giving, reconnecting to your family etc.)

Savina: Gift-giving, cooking and creating new memories. It’s that one time of the year when I go crazy with the gifts for my loved ones without feeling guilty.

Julia: Definitely reconnecting with my family and sharing memories.

What are you looking forward to the most this holiday season?

Savina: Taking the time off to re-charge myself and feast!

Julia: Disconnecting from social media for a while and enjoying quality time with my loved ones.

What is on your wish list this year?

Savina: Good health, as always!

Julia: A new camera lens!

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If you could travel to any café in the world, where would it be and why?

Tricia: I love cafés with an old-world charm! Since I love Japan, I’d love to visit the newly opened Starbucks in Kyoto, which is housed in a 100-year-old Japanese home with tatami mats.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I think it would be in Europe – Paris in particular. I prefer coffee shops that have a distinctive vintage style and a fine latte mug.

Describe your perfect outfit to wear during the holidays.

Tricia: I know wearing red for the holidays is clichéd, but I find it so timely that red looks and red-accented outfits are all the rage this season.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I love wearing outfits that reflect the retro style of the ‘80s so that I can relive my childhood memories. Flared jeans, crop tops and flat caps are always on my list.

Share your favourite childhood memory from the holidays.

Tricia: Staying up late for Nochebuena (a Christmas Eve feast) at my grandparents’ house.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: Definitely the first time that my mum allowed me to pick my very own holiday outfit. Although the shiopping was challenging at first, I did pick out some pretty eye-catching items after all.

What does the holiday spirit mean to you? (Gift-giving, reconnecting to your family etc.)

Tricia: For me, the holiday spirit is all about giving back and being grateful.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: To me, the holiday spirit is about cherishing the time spent with your family. Catching up on rest and enjoying my mum’s cooking are what I love most about the season too.

What are you looking forward to the most this holiday season?

Tricia: It’s going to be my first Christmas celebration as a married woman, so I’m looking forward to celebrating with two families!

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: It is the best season of the year to watch flowers bloom and families reunite after a hard-working year. Also, I get to receive some lucky money as well.

What is on your wish list this year?

Tricia: As I grow older, I find myself yearning for more intangible things like happiness, contentment, or motivation. But, I wouldn’t mind a last-minute winter trip as well!

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I will be launching a new series about fashion and my daily OOTD, as well as releasing another special project by the end of this year.

 
imwithcharleskeith

If you could travel to any café in the world, where would it be and why?

Savina: Pink Pool Café, a pool-themed indoor café in Seoul. I love the fun, quirky and fresh feeling of the pool but without the sun! This is the answer to it, except it is air-conditioned and you get to enjoy a nice cup of coffee.

Julia: Paris without a doubt! Nothing beats a fresh parisian pastry and a cup of coffee.

Describe your perfect outfit to wear during the holidays.

Savina: Shiny metallic knits over denim jeans or statement skirts.

Julia: A mix of velvet, sequins and faux fur.

Share your favourite childhood memory from the holidays.

Savina: Spending time with my extended family and opening presents on Christmas. It’s the only other time of the year when I receive gifts from my parents, apart from my birthday.

Julia: Going to my grandma's place in Romania and having all my family next to me. It's so hard to live far away from the ones you love!

What does the holiday spirit mean to you? (Gift-giving, reconnecting to your family etc.)

Savina: Gift-giving, cooking and creating new memories. It’s that one time of the year when I go crazy with the gifts for my loved ones without feeling guilty.

Julia: Definitely reconnecting with my family and sharing memories.

What are you looking forward to the most this holiday season?

Savina: Taking the time off to re-charge myself and feast!

Julia: Disconnecting from social media for a while and enjoying quality time with my loved ones.

What is on your wish list this year?

Savina: Good health, as always!

Julia: A new camera lens!

imwithcharleskeith

If you could travel to any café in the world, where would it be and why?

Tricia: I love cafés with an old-world charm! Since I love Japan, I’d love to visit the newly opened Starbucks in Kyoto, which is housed in a 100-year-old Japanese home with tatami mats.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I think it would be in Europe – Paris in particular. I prefer coffee shops that have a distinctive vintage style and a fine latte mug.

Describe your perfect outfit to wear during the holidays.

Tricia: I know wearing red for the holidays is clichéd, but I find it so timely that red looks and red-accented outfits are all the rage this season.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I love wearing outfits that reflect the retro style of the ‘80s so that I can relive my childhood memories. Flared jeans, crop tops and flat caps are always on my list.

Share your favourite childhood memory from the holidays.

Tricia: Staying up late for Nochebuena (a Christmas Eve feast) at my grandparents’ house.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: Definitely the first time that my mum allowed me to pick my very own holiday outfit. Although the shiopping was challenging at first, I did pick out some pretty eye-catching items after all.

What does the holiday spirit mean to you? (Gift-giving, reconnecting to your family etc.)

Tricia: For me, the holiday spirit is all about giving back and being grateful.

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: To me, the holiday spirit is about cherishing the time spent with your family. Catching up on rest and enjoying my mum’s cooking are what I love most about the season too.

What are you looking forward to the most this holiday season?

Tricia: It’s going to be my first Christmas celebration as a married woman, so I’m looking forward to celebrating with two families!

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: It is the best season of the year to watch flowers bloom and families reunite after a hard-working year. Also, I get to receive some lucky money as well.

What is on your wish list this year?

Tricia: As I grow older, I find myself yearning for more intangible things like happiness, contentment, or motivation. But, I wouldn’t mind a last-minute winter trip as well!

Quỳnh Anh Shyn: I will be launching a new series about fashion and my daily OOTD, as well as releasing another special project by the end of this year.