Recently attended the opening of Mediacorp’s new baby, ME@OUE. It’s a pretty cool concept – Japanese, French and Chinese cuisine all under one roof, by chefs Masayasu Yonemura, Laurent Peugeot and Justin Hor (that’s not one, but two Michelin starred chefs under one roof!).
I love leather, but it can look a little too dressed-up for day sometimes. Slouchy tees are one of my loves as well (I have so many I am finding it hard to store them, opps!), so I decided to pair the two for an easy, comfy day look.
The resident neighbourhood kitty, Socks (the Lollies call him that because he has white feet, like socks!), wanted some camera-time too!
Puma heather slouchy tee | Flea market leather skirt | MNG heels | Accessori bracelets | Rolex watch
I’ve been so into printed & coloured jeans lately (so much more fun!) and I’m loving these floral ones from maryjulian. Also can’t wait to launch this sparkle pullover too – coming to you soon in 3 pretty, versatile tones!
Thanks Amanda for the Bimba & Lola addition to my arm swag!
Wore my Accessori Astaroth Skulls Connector ring to the 987fm studio earlier that day, and found Vernon A wearing a skull finger accessory too!
Have a lovely weekend with your loved ones!
maryjulian Zarina Floral Jeans | Accessori Astaroth Skulls Connector Ring (Gold); more skull designs here, here, here and here | Accessori Skulls Lover Necklace | Bracelets from Accessori; Stella Long Spikes Bracelet | Rayban sunnies | Pull & Bear wedge booties | Celine Trapeze
I love a basic denim shirt – it goes with everything, and it perfectly dresses down for day anything too posh or stuffy.
Smitten Davien Denim Top | maryjulian Aztec Shorts (discontinued); similar Aztec ones here and here; ones with a similar cut here | Accesori Choker; similar ones here, here and Aztec one here | Accessori bracelets; similar skull ones here and here; similar leather wrap bracelet here | Rolex watch | Chloe bag | Vincci shoes
I love the fashion of the Swingin’ 60s – hello, Mad Men, anyone? The 50s and early 60s dress shapes were all about femininity – many dresses of that period accentuated the hourglass silhouette.
However, perhaps due to the fact that I have nothing close to an hourglass shape, my favourite part of 60s fashion was the later part, when the mod side took centre stage. I love Twiggy-esque silhouettes; mini-dresses, nude lips, Vivier flats…and Mary Janes rock!
Pssst. Peggy from Mad Men loves her checks, plaids and polka dots too!
This was about two days after I lopped off my hair, and ironically I was one of the people least shocked by, and needing the least time to ‘get used to’ this look. What do you think of my shorter ‘do?
I’m a fan of colours, so it’s not very often I choose a monochrome look. I am in love with this maryjulian Hensley Studded Shirt though – I’ve kept pieces in both white and black – the fit is super flattering, and the studs instantly add interest to the simplest of outfits – no colour needed!
I love a boyfriend silhouette, so decided to play that up with peg-leg trousers. Had to keep some femme in the look though, so cue the heels and arm candy, heh!
I have so many pictures I’ve been meaning to share, so apologies that these aren’t the most current – my hair is now short! ;p I have a real thing for prints, and I love the asymmetry and slim fit of this skirt. Produced a dress version for DDF here, which I find perfect for both formal events (dressed up with killer heels, a chunky necklace and a tiny clutch) as well as for everyday wear (with sneakers and a slouchy backpack).
maryjulian Mischa Swallow Green Top | maryjulian sample skirt | Accessori bracelets : Faye Spike Bracelet in Gold : Spike Stretch Bracelet in Blue : Sketchy Skull Bracelet in White : Esmeralda Spike Bracelet | Accessori rings | Chloe Sally bag | Rolex watch | mPhosis heels