Hello guys, hope your weekend was great!
Here’s an outfit i put together for a day out with my girlfriends on a weekend.
Grey star studded sweater top: H&M
Pastel blue flowery skorts: Lowry’s Farm
Shoes: Forever 21
Although its always hot in summary singapore, but i still prefer to wear long sleeves top sometimes because the air conditioning indoors can be really cold sometiems!
especially in the cinema.
and also im afraid of chilling weather.
i love the off shoulder cut which makes it a lil atypical.
the silver star studs give its a rocker chick feel which adds more oomph to any outfit.
my favourite part of this top is the ultra long sleeves which are tapers at the ends so its tighter and gives its a more too-cool-for-school look. LOLOL.
the skorts from Lowry’s farm was on sale and looks really jappy on the manequin so i gave it a shot.
its elastic banded at the waist with a drawstring which is not revealed here cos of my top. i have also paired it with a laced top to show the details of the waist.
finally a good shot! haha.
have a good sunday all, you can follow me on instagram @dancerinadream for more photos of clothes and food. =D
It’s strange how one’s sense of aesthetics change as we grow older. I used to love the funky high street styles for its bold choices of prints, colours and the general sense of adventure. Maybe it had to do with my dancing days in university. In the recent years, one of my current style icons is none other than the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton. The 20 year old me might have been surprised.
Her sartorial choices are always sensible, flattering and never matronly. She won’t be winning any awards for the most creative dress sense but definitely reigns high in the fashion charts worldwide.
Here’s my take on Duchess fashion, of course for less.
Floral sleeved shift dress – H&M
Suede wedges – Timberland
White leather clutch – Coach Japan
Of course, what I needed to finish the look is the signature to-die-for curls. 😦
Making up my lack of royalty and bouncy curls with the colour of royalty and a mega-watt smile
A closer look at my outfit’s details. I love the watercolour-esque prints of this dress and it’s oh-so-comfy. Not to mention, it’s a dream for a laundry nut – machine wash and no ironing needed! This is one of my favourite work dresses too.
Hope you like this outfit as much as I do. I look forward to do more LOTD inspired by the Duchess again.
It was a bright and sunny day, and what better reason to dress up for such glorious weather?
As you can probably tell by now, I love colours and prints. I am hardly shy of wearing both of them at the same time, and to add a cherry to the metaphoric icing, this lovely dress came in my favourite peplum style.
Here’s the break down of my outfit:
Paintbrush-inspired floral peplum dress, H&M (yes, second H&M dress in a row)
Black pumps with stacked heels, Salvatore Ferragamo
Gold patent clutch, YSL
It’s pretty safe to say that I adore this outfit. It was fitting for a lunch with girl pals and possibly a night out in town as well. It was versatile, and still pretty me. My broad smile probably says it all.
Yes, almost all that I was wearing were purchased during my Europe trip and I can truly feel the hole in my pocket. 😦