Chinese Celebrity Street Style: Song Jia, Michelle Wai, Lin Yun

It’s Friday and this means another round of Celebrity Street Style! This week we bring forward Song Jia, Michelle Wai, and (Jelly) Lin Yun, enough options from everyday super casual wear to edgy street chic to semi-glam.

Song Jia’s Satin Embroidered Bomber Jacket

The embroidered bomber jacket has been seen on numerous celebrities in the last few months and I have to admit that the black on light pink combination is right up my alley. Not only does it encompass two of my favorite colors but the phoenix embroidery details has a huge connection to Chinese culture that symbolizes culture and grace.

The Chinese star paired this bold piece with a matching lace-detailed black slip maxi and gold cross-strap sandals. This easy everyday street style outfit is elevated with a sleek and sophisticated black thick choker and a red lip that screams confidence while on-the-go. She topped the look with a chain shoulder bag by Gucci and although the ornament is fun and personalized, it’s a bit trendy for my taste.

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Michelle’s All White Summer Ensemble

Michelle looked super adorable walking through the small villages in an all white weekend ensemble with a tiny pop of coral in her mini chain handbag. All white sneakers are the most trendiest and classic footwear for getting from one place to another. Blessed with a youthful appearance, the 31-year-old actress can easily look ten years her junior!

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Jelly Lin Yun’s Mock Neck Maxi


The 19-year-old Chinese newbie has not only been the leading actress in a film, but her big, beautiful eyes and pouty lips have enabled her to carve something beyond acting and enter the realms of modeling as well.

Having previously sported Chanel pieces, this time she was spotted in a faded blue maxi dress with a mock-neck tweed top. The orange tweed matched her lip color as well as her toe nails while the actress seems to truly have a penchant for platform strappy heels. Can’t deny it, but her long curly locks definitely lives up to her mermaid look in the movie, The Mermaid.

Who else finds this designer look as casual as it is pulled together?

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What do you think?

Would you wear any of these looks? Whose style best represents you?