Topshop Girls Face-off! | ChicPeek Ep 59

Watch the ultimate style challenge – it gets physical!

There are radio presenters, bloggers and entrepreneurs in this mix; all with different personalities – and very different styles.

Sonia Chew , Chloe Choo, Velda Tan and yours truly fight it out in the ultimate Topshop Girl battle! See who styled it better, who aces the physical challenge and who winds up with the best photo. Celebrity stylist Keith Png helps judge and photographer Bobby Kiran Yeo shoots the girls in action.

Vote for your favourite look in the YouTube comment box, and if your favourite gets the most votes, you stand to win a SGD 200 shopping spree at Topshop Singapore! (Contest ends 31st December 2014.)

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With special thanks to Topshop Girls Chloe Choo, Sonia Chew, Velda Tan; celebrity stylist, Keith Png; photographer, Bobby Kiran Yeo; and Audio Micro for the music and sound effects.

Neon Leaves

Jade Seah

Jade Seah

Jade Seah

So much to be happy and thankful for today! The future sis-in-law just gave birth to a healthy baby; the twinnie and I finally settled and booked tickets and accommodation for our short cousins’ ‘hen’s trip’ of sorts together; and I am looking forward to a short getaway with my most-beloved people this very weekend. =)

Happy thoughts and happy times call for happy colours! Love this double layered midi – it’s neon leaves embroidered on organza; what a cool combination. Makes me want to party!

Fringe Benefits

Jade Seah

Jade Seah

Jade Seah

I find it difficult to find tops I like. I have a friend who has the same problem, and we concluded that the reason’s because we both like and are more confident of the bottom halves of our bodies more than we are of our top halves. Do you think this is true? Do you find it easier to buy clothes for the areas of your body that you like?

As a result, I’ve all manner of jeans – skinny, boyfriend, straight-legged, wide-legged – in all manner of washes, colours and prints (camou, florals, zebra, stripes, polka-dot and plaid, just to name a few); I wear mini-skirts, midi-skirts, maxi-skirts in all cuts; I have all kind of shorts and pants – really short-shorts, bermudas, and recently, culottes…(you get the picture). For tops however, I usually reach for slouchy tees (plus I borrow the boyfriend’s, how convenient, heh), straight-cut shirts and non-fitted, crew-neck tanks. I don’t wear anything very exposed and I seldom wear anything with a V-neck or anything remotely low-cut (I have a very bony collarbone/upper chest area that I am slightly conscious of).

So while I like unusual designs, because I don’t feel comfortable about wearing certain cuts, I am picky about what eventually makes it to my wardrobe. My choices are hence somewhat limited.

I was pleased then to get my hands on this top! It’s a little more exposed than stuff I usually wear (it’s cut in quite a bit and the arm-holes are pretty wide) but I couldn’t resist the cute fringed hem! Love the high-neck, of course, and that it’s made of georgette – which is not as light as chiffon so there’s a bit more structure. Current favourite!

Sunny Sunday

Jade Seah

Jade Seah

The weather’s been sweltering in Singapore lately, and while I usually welcome beautiful sunny days, this period it’s been of the terrible kind – no thanks to our neighbours and the haze they have caused! Okay, complaints out of the way. How was your weekend?

For me, it was finally a weekend spent in Singapore, after the past few weekends spent in London, Paris, Lombok, Bintan and Taipei. While I love travelling, it was nice to be home over the weekend again. Hosted the Puma Night Run on Saturday night, and joined some friends for drinks after, but otherwise the weekend was mostly spent the way I like best: with loved ones, good food and sport. Also finally had time to catch up and hang out with my man, after the many hen’s trips and weekends spent away!

Mid-week, so happy hump day! I’m off to a shoot now. Keep fighting!