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23 August 2014

Wardrobe Mess

Top: All Would Envy
Skirt: Wardrobe Mess
Bag: Michael Kors

Having this thing for slouchy shirts and denim-on-denim ensembles. Had a fun morning out with my photographer friend Adrian at the Tiong Bahru area of Singapore where we shot this outfit.

When my schedule clears and the weekends become less hectic, I'd imagine myself spending my weekend mornings here with Imran, having a nice breakfast at Forty Hands, and crossing the street after to Books Actually to spend hours hiding our faces in fresh new reads, then having lunch at PS Cafe or tea at Plain Vanilla after. We do have a major foodie relationship going on.

Today's outfit features a denim skirt from Wardrobe Mess. I'm a huge fan of their shoes as well, I've been wearing their white sandals to death on instagram:

Photography by Adrian Seetho, Editing by me. 


22 August 2014


Top: Carrislabelle
White Pants: from Taipei
Shoes: Missypixie
Shades: Police
Watch: Naked Glory 

If you're like me and are one of those tourists that love visiting popular sightseeing attractions (I need instagram content!), then you should definitely head to the National Palace Museum when you're in Taipei. As mentioned in my last blog post, the museum immediately reminds you of those Chinese Imperial Dynastic period-movies where they film scenes in grand palaces with huge and imposing staircases like this. Also, after being surrounded by European chateaus and architecture for the past two months, visiting Taipei and taking in historical Eastern architecture was a well needed breath of fresh air.

Today's post features a Carrislabelle top, a definite favourite in the latest additions to my wardrobe. The colour, the classy halter cut, and the versatility of the top - I don't know where to begin!


Hello from Taipei!

Vest: Verita Joy
Tank Top: ASOS
Shorts: From Bangkok
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell
Watch: La Mer Collections

Went on a really impulsive two day trip to Taipei, Taiwan with my girlfriend Cheryl Tay earlier this week and I'm already missing the bustle of the city, abundance of food stalls, and the amazing shopping!

We didn't get to do much because we had less than 48 hours together (she stayed on for a couple more days for work), so if you are in a similar position, I'd recommend you head to Ximending, Taipei 101, Elephant Mountain (see picture below), Shilin Night Market, and if you like sightseeing, the National Palace Museum will definitely transport you into a "Chinese Imperial Dynasty" period-movie.

Photography by Cheryl Tay, Editing by me.