Pleather Halter Top - Finders Keepers | Reiley Shorts - Feist Heist | Ponyhair Heels - London Trash | Fur Clutch - Taobao | Hat - Bangkok
Am back from a weekend trip to Bangkok, Thailand! Blogged about the holiday (which included an 18 hour detour to Pattaya) on my Dayre, so you might want to peek there. My Dayre blog is more personal and less fashion-y, so if you’re more interested in my random musings and daily banter, you should definitely follow me there.
Didn’t shop much this time around in Bangkok. The current market fashion there is really cutesy, feminine and whimsical, and I really struggled with scoring amazing finds this time around (like I usually do, it’s Bangkok for goodness sake). This large hat is hands down, the best buy from my holiday. I chanced upon it sitting atop a mannequin at a vintage store in the Suan Rod Fai market and immediately grabbed and purchased it. There are lots of stores around Bangkok that sell all sorts of hats and only hats (I’m sure most of you familiar with Bangkok would know what I’m referring to), but none of them had such large brimmed ones. So yes, score!
PS: I’ve switched over the Ask.fm!
3:11 am • 28 March 2014 • View comments
shine bright like a diamond / la vita alta
Cape Blazer, Bodysuit, Maxi Skirt - Nastygal | Shoes - Boutique9 | Jewellery - Minibooms (Bangkok) | Fur Clutch - Taobao | Hair styled by AIR Salon
What I wore for the La Vita Alta event that was held at Zouk. The theme for the event was “Shine Bright Like A Diamond”, which explains why I’m all bling-ed out in these pictures. I actually prefer the outfit without all the jewellery, as seen on my Instagram (took it all off after the event to snap my #ootd). It’s more minimalistic and clean that way and definitely more "me". I like how the outfit is provocative but not over the top (debatable), and even though it’s a all black ensemble, there’s still an overall linear continuity and theme going on with all the lines (slits, shoe straps, cape’s drapes). Plus a little furry texture accent with the bag. Oh you know, just tiny little details that come together to really make an outfit
3:10 am • 9 January 2014 • View comments
feist heist festive lookbook x w singapore
The Feist Heist festive lookbook that I photographed at W Singapore! I was really pleased with the results of the pictures from the day shoot, considering the jitters I was having prior to the shoot (since photography is not my forte). I’m glad it all worked out and the lookbook turned out really pretty. Major thanks to W Singapore and their team for having us, especially to Michelle from W for making it all happen, including the Feist Heist 2nd Anniversary Party that was held at the hotel’s WOOBAR. A huge thank you to all of you who came down to celebrate with us too!
I haven’t blogged here in ages, but I figured it’s about time to start again. Hope you guys are still out there reading and following my blog… And this is a little late, but to all of my blog readers, A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope everyone had a lovely festive period of celebrations with your loved ones.
2:14 am • 28 December 2013 • View comments
a different perspex-tive
Imogen Blouse - Feist Heist | Harness Vest – Comme des Garcons | Skirt – Bangkok | Clutch Bag – ASOS | Soiree Sandals – Jeffrey Campbell
This is definitely my favourite way of wearing the Imogen Blouse from Feist Heist, very on point with the current peplum trend, without it actually being a peplum design. I’ve honestly never been a big fan of belting up (cinching at the waist with a belt is usually a no-no for me), but with harnesses? Bring it on.
Chanced upon these Jeffrey Campbell Soiree sandals when I was holidaying in Bangkok recently (ZEN departmental stores carry Jeffrey Campbell’s range of shoes), and boy was I surprised! They are surprisingly pretty comfortable too.
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6:27 pm • 31 May 2012 • View comments