TikTok's Asian 'Rich Mom' is Totally #quarantinegoals
Her content revolves around skincare and fashion to make you look just as rich as she is.
Who said quarantine fashion had to be drab? Not TikTok's 'Rich Mom', that's for sure. And she's totally quarantine goals.
Pairing a sweatsuit with her signature bold red lips and golden bling, 35-year-old Korean-American Chriselle Lim looks effortlessly richer and better than most of us (and to be fair, she is).
In some of her TikTok videos, 'Rich Mom' begins with a wisecracking disclaimer: "I don't know why people think I'm rich…". Right before proceeding to show off her seemingly ostentatious lifestyle — that is, travelling with a customised Louis Vuitton luggage while carrying a large Givenchy handbag that (spoiler alert) had another Givenchy handbag inside!
A peek into a day in the life of 'Rich Mom' during quarantine reveals a routine of fruit picking (from her back garden, no less), sipping on the bubbly and working from a "castle".
If you're wishing that could be you, 'Rich Mom' is here to share — the lady dishes out plenty of lifestyle tips in bite-sized pieces throughout her TikTok.
While she does cover topics such as relationships and self-loving, the bulk of her content revolves around skincare and fashion to make you look just as rich as she is.
Doesn't matter if you're on a budget because (rich) mother knows best.
But beyond the literal glam and glitter, 'Rich Mom' is just a tongue-in-cheek persona Lim embodied after a Twitter user reshared her video calling her, well, a rich mum.
In a video uploaded to her YouTube, Lim described 'Rich Mom' as someone who "lives a fabulous life, she flaunts. She's just fabulous and has absolutely no shame."
Lim herself, on the other hand, is a fashion stylist, blogger, entrepreneur, influencer, mother of two and way more down to earth.
Between her regular Instagram and YouTube posts, 'Rich Mom' will remain a fraction of her online content, but she's definitely here to slay.
Lead image via Screengrab/TikTok.
This article was first published on AsiaOne and republished on theAsianparent with permission.