Saturday, 28 February 2015

OOTD : it can get crazy

On our second day in HK I decided to go girly. I still went for a usual black and white pairing and I added my a fuchsia Rebecca Minkoff bag. Going girly does not mean wearing a colourful clothes but rather incorporating items with feminine colors or prints. I believe by just adding anything pink to any outfit it will result to feminine vibe. So here is my take and hope that small bag made whatever statement I am trying to make hahaha!!! :D

Details :-

Top :- Stripes sweatshirt from H&M
Bottom :- Skirt from GMarket
Bag :- Rebecca Minkoff
Accessories :- Rayban shades
Accessories :- Leopard cap from Cotton On
Accessories :- Gold necklace from Femmex
Accessories :- Casio watch
Shoes :- Leopard flats from Rubi

OOTD : on the go

You might think I'm crazy if I tell you this one of the outfit I wore in Hong Kong last November. But, don't judge me please...actually it was not that cold yet when we arrive on the last week of November so I was able to rock this look. After having our late lunch on a near cafe around the hotel we headed back to our room to freshen up. I decided to change because you just have to take as many ootd as you can when your overseas. I decided to wear the gingham dress from H&M and kept the jacket tied on the waist since the length of the dress is a little bit short for me. Wearing dress can sound a little bit crazy but it just take a little courage and additional cover up just like what I did and you will be ready to explore the streets of Hong Kong.

Details :-

Dress :- Gingham dress from H&M
Jacket :- Black jacket from Her Velvet Vase
Bag :- Rebecca Minkoff
Accessories :- Beaded necklace from M)phosis
Accessories :- Shades from Bugis Street
Accessories :- Skull bracelet 
Shoes :- Camouflage creepers from Bugis Street

OOTD : street wise

Time flies so fast and I could not believe that this ootd was taken three months ago. To be perfectly honest I've been wanting to blog regularly but I could not manage my time properly because of my shifting schedule. I am really hoping that I could find a regular shift job so I could do more of what I love. But aside from that I'm totally happy with my life. Having good relationship with the people I love and Jesus is what matter the most to me. It is just a cherry on top to be able to travel and discover new things. Last year on the month of November I was able to visit Hong Kong again with my boyfriend and baby brother to celebrate my birthday week. 

I decided to wear pants paired with a sweatshirt because its so much easier to move in them and it can get chilly at the airplane and airport. To finish the look I tied my Her Velvet jacket on my waist for that street style vibe. Here is the outfit I wore on our day 1 and hope you like it :).

Details :-

Top :- Black sweatshirt from H&M
Top :- Jacket from Her Velvet Vase
Bottom :- Houndstooth pants from Bugis Street
Bag :- Shopping bag from Typo
Accessories :- Shades from Bugis Street
Accessories :- Necklace from H&M
Shoes :- New balance

Sunday, 22 February 2015

OOTD : grayscale

Though I am biased to black/white/gray infusing color to ootd sesh can be fun too.  After attending mass I had to stop at these spot because I was mesmerised at the forest-like HDB place near AMK hub. Putting together monochromatic outfit can be boring at times but infusing a beautiful backdrop can totally change the mood. If you don't like wearing colours like I do you then don't worry since you can opt for a colourful background like this one. Happy weekend loves :).

Details :-

Top :- Shirt from Cotton On
Top :- Printed cardigan from H&M
Bottom :- Skirt from Cotton On
Bag :- Burberry
Accessories :- Beaded necklace from M)phases
Accessories :- Bracelet from Pandora
Accessories : Shades from Flea Market at Somerset
Shoes :- Leopard jellies from Rubi

Saturday, 21 February 2015

OOTD : lines and dots

Ahhh finally I have time to blog after so long…here is the outfit I wore during the 3rd day of Digital Fashion Week. I had a print-on-print combo by putting together stripes top and polka dots midi skirt. I was not surprise at all how the combo turned out to be because both are in same color. Prints such as polka dots and stipes will definitely give you a classic look but combining them together will give you a fearless-timeless look. Hope you like it :)

Details :-

Top :- Stripes top from Love and Bravery
Bottom :- Polka dots from Bugis Street 
Bag :- Balenciaga
Accessories :- Gold necklace from H&M
Accessories :- Ribbon bracelet from Kate Spade
Accessories :- Gold rings from H&M
Shoes :- Sandals from H&M