Early mornings meant selca time – she sent these all the time to friends and family back home. Plus sneaky outfit photos in the queues for the lifts at work.
Gatecrashing a University alumni night meant insane cityscape views and a sneaky glass of vino.
When she wasn’t getting lost amongst the woodlands or basking in the salty sea air, Michelle enjoyed at-home breakfasts of dim sum and snapped selcas of her now-long hair.
In Michelle’s land, colleague birthdays look a little like this: themed outfits and rooftop photoshoots!
Sunsets are commonplace in Michelle’s world – dreamy glows and dramatic silhouettes. As are shiny shoes and new hairdo’s.
The tale of Michelle in Hong Kong continues with weekly ferry trips because they’re only $3. And aptly named Topshop FAIRY sandals.
She popped on her favourite dress and crossed her fingers for a first date with the sweetest guy.
Sometimes even Michelle’s needed to have a pamper day and get new eyelash extensions. And cosy up at home caring for a tiny plant to gift to a colleague for her last day. A gift grown from our hearts to hers!
Said colleague’s last day with our little garden gift~
Michelle often felt extremely lucky to be able to go for “yum cha” with the Hong Kong skyline as her view.
In the end? Michelle adored cosy at-home days of scrapbooking and kicking back with YouTube and Netflix.
Michelle the modern Cinderella had the best office.
Lunch breaks in the office looked a lot like a pizza party and pastel coloured skycraper buildings.
“Red lip, classic thing.” Michelle liked to channel Taylor Swift for days out with the girls.
Michelle’s music dreams all came true when she saw Beast live on 30th May. And they lived happily ever after.