A Street Style with Priscilla Tsai

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It has been so easy for us to continue to feature small business owners these past few weeks because there are so many that we love. Up next — the lovely Priscilla Tsai of cocokind.


How would you describe your style in three words?
Sophisticated and comfortable, with a little edge

Who has influenced your style?
I have my unique twists, but my mom has amazing style. Ever since I was young, she influenced me in showing that your personal style can amplify who you are and what statement you’re making. Her style is as elegant as it is flattering, and she’s always known what to wear to make her feel her best. I love that she makes clothes and accessories work for her, instead of the other way around.

Where are your favorite places or stores to shop?
I’m a big fan of shopping vintage – both for the environment and for the treasure hunt. There is an incredible vintage shop in San Francisco called Cris. The owner is so elegant and chic, and I’ve found incredible pieces there. I also love window shopping Nanushka, and other brands l found on social media like Janashia, Staud, and Simonett.

Most treasured piece of clothing in your closet?
I have an adorable vintage Chanel skirt that I got at Cris. Every time I put it on, I feel like I’m brought back a couple of decades in fashion; it’s delicate but can be worn dressed up or dressed down. You should also see my sock drawer. It’s full of Comme Si. I’ve never been able to keep pairs of socks together until I discovered this brand and actually had a reason to start taking care of my socks!

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  • Jorge Alexandre Teixeira 30 mars 2020, 7:54 / Répondre

    *_* !!! And i Hope in few months, you could ship your Brand and Products not only in the US but at least Lisboa, Portugal as well !!! Fingers crossed and …Take care , alright ?

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