Monday, 31 August 2015

White Out

Top: Jay Jays | Pants: ASOS | Shoes: Adidas | Watch: Daniel Wellington

This Superstar baby had been on my to-buy list for months! It was sold out everywhere, in store and online. I literally went on every single online store that I could possibly find to get them. Finally, ASOS decided to restock & I got to buy them before it ran out of stock (again). So on Sunday, I wore the shoes with an all-white outfit, featuring a white tee and cigarette pants. Other than having to constantly make sure that my clothes were white & clean, this color is definitely one of my favorite color palettes for a look now.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Keep It Cool

Shades: Rayban | Jacket: Romwe (similar here) | Shirt: ASOS | 
Jeans: Missguided (similar here) | Boots: Jeffrey Campbell (on Solestruck)

Finally posting this look up on my blog! I've had this entire outfit on my mind for ages. If you've been reading my blog or following me on Instagram, you would have noticed that I love to add a little grunginess to my outfits. While today's weather was up to 19 degrees (I could smell spring already!), I took this faux leather jacket out for a walk. I also decided to pair the shirt with ripped jeans and my baby Coltrane to achieve this look. These boots are such an amazing staple piece for any kind of badass-looking outfit. If you think this outfit is slightly too intimidating, you can always dress down to a more casual look by swapping the ripped jeans to a black trousers and the chunky Coltrane to a pair of chelsea boots! Have a lovely weekend while I struggle to finish my assignments due next week.

Friday, 14 August 2015

Roll & Ripped

Top: Brave Soul | Jeans: Topshop | Boots: Rubi | Bag: H&M

Not sure whether I was stressed, but this entire outfit (except the jeans) was bought this week, by yours truly. As the saying goes, 'retail therapy is the best therapy', I couldn't agree more.

I was finally able to walk around and find a perfect spot for my outfit today. Came across this wall and instantly fell in love with it. I like how it is not as messy as graffiti, yet it is not entirely white and it could still make my outfit stand out. Decided to pair the black ripped jeans with a roll neck sweater as the weather today was neither too cold or too warm. I'm sure every girl has at least one black jeans in their closet, ripped ones are even better! If you are going for a more edgy look, throw in a leather jacket, simple black or grey top & a chunky boots, then you're good to go! x

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Baby, It's Bali.


Top: H&M | Skirt: luck & trouble @ Universal Store
Gardin Bistro & Patisserie | Seminyak, Bali.
Fedora: H&M | Dress: SheIn (previously Sheinside) |  Flatform: similar here


Top: Topshop | Skirt: Topshop

Bali had always been one of my top go-to destinations and yes, I finally had the chance to go there with two of my sisters & mama Tan. As cliché as it sounds, Bali IS incredibly beautiful. Everything was great and the only regret i had was not being able to enjoy all the Balinese food because of having mild food poisoning right before the trip.

As much as I want to escape the cold, i'm back in Melbourne for second semester of my master's course. Hopefully I could spare some time for outfit posts soon ! Consistency is the key, right?

Sunday, 28 June 2015

The Basic

Komeyui | Port Melbourne
Padre Coffee | South Melbourne Market
 Top: Missguided | Bottom: Pare Basic (burgundy one here) | Shoes: Charles & Keith

Yesterday, Edward and I wanted to have both of our favourite cuisine before he left the country. So we went to Komeyui in Port Melbourne. Hands down one of the best chirashi don i've ever had!

If i were to name this outfit, i would call it 'the basic'. So basically (yup), crop top and skirt. While turtle neck has been trending lately, a crop turtle neck is definitely a must-have! & i like how the skirt gives an AA-denim-mini-skirt feel, even though it is made of polyester.

I'm not entirely sure how i have changed my style over the time, from edgy x grunge, casual street style to semi-feminine, comfort x basic, but i definitely love playing around and switching between styles. Why stick to one if you could have it all? Might come up with a blog post about my fashion journey soon! Meanwhile, i will start posting weekly photo diary to keep my blog going x

Saturday, 6 June 2015

The Stables of Como


From top to bottom: Shakshouka & Cheesy Toast with eggplant kasundi & bacon (YAAS)

Sweater: Missguided | Skirt: similiar here | Boots: Topshop

In the midst of studying for exams, I decided to drag Edward out for brunch to de-stress. I had been wanting to go to The Stables of Como, a cafe that is situated in the grounds of the Como House & its gardens. The food was not bad, but the ambience was amazing and relaxed. We took a stroll through the gardens after brunch and came across many beautiful spots (as seen above). The picturesque venue definitely left me wanting more !

I honestly think turtle neck sweaters are the best sweater that has ever been invented. This one from Missguided is so dang comfortable & it does keep me warm & happy. Totally changed my perception towards Missguided (despite the slower-than-usual-online-stores delivery & some less-than-average quality of clothes that i've gotten). Still love you, Miss Guided.
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