Finally been able to shot some outfit pictures before the end of the year! 2015 is just around the corner, who's excited? I am. Let me tell you guys something, I have never been as excited as I am now to welcome 2015 with a big smile. Well, 2014 has been an amazing year for me, and like so many years before, it came and went in the blink of an eye. It was full of ups and downs, hopefully 2015 will be the dawn of a new beginning.
Let me introduce you to Stylemoi, Style Moi forms the hub of a global fashion community that brings together up-and-coming brands with fashion lovers around the world. They strive to build a place more culturally important than just an e-store. They aim to create a place where people could come and search for style inspirations, as well as to be at the convergent point of social + commerce + content.
What's interesting is that they are passionate about street fashion snaps that reveal how fashion items are brought to life in everyday scenarios. They are currently supported by a community of talented trendsetters around the world who shares the same passion, fashion.
Its me abandoning this blog again. Well, I've been really really busy lately with work so I have no time for blogging. But now, let me say hello to the life of #funemployed! Now I can promise myself to update this blog more often. Back to the title topic, I went to Italy for only a week for Idul Fitri holiday. Yes, a week. Can you imagine how short it is? The trip was fine, but still.... there is no such place as beautiful London.
Had dinner at Aroma Restaurant @ Hotel Palazzo Manfredi just across Colosseum. It was beyond beautiful despite the fact it was raining quite heavily during that time, and oh, the food are great too! If you're going to Rome, I highly recommend this place.
p.s. I was wearing MAC Diva lipstick. I'm so into MAC lipstick lately! Just realised that the price is considered affordable compared to Dior, Tom Ford, YSL and so on. What's your favourite MAC lipstick?
This set of photos were taken back when I was in Singapore two months ago, I was inspired by how working women dress up professionally without looking too formal and this is my interpretation of it. What would you wear to work?
| Asos top & belt | Celine sunnies | Bimba & Lola starfish cuff | Christian Louboutin pumps |
Finally sorted through my London photos, here it goes..
I remember it was super windy that day, we were walking all the way from Trafalgar Square to Covent garden to eat the famous New York shake shack burger. If you can see, I like to hold my hair in these photos, and it's because of London's crazy wind if you wonder why.
This looks familiar to you? It's Abbey Road!
Got the chance to watch Manchester United vs Fulham, it was freezing out there. But the experience was totally worth it, it's like a dream come true! (well, I'm not a big fan of ManU but my friend is. So yeah)
London telephone booth is always the best spot to take pictures, yes? I was wearing my Chloe susanna boots in navy suede and I tell you, London weather was not friendly at that time.
Hello! It's me abandoning my blog, again. I just got back from London for holiday and I miss London so much already. Stay tuned for my London photo diary for the next post! :)
Paired my DressLily blouse with Zara Skirt
These pictures were taken the same day at Singapore Art Museum couple of weeks ago. I was wearing Zara plaid shirt, balloon skort from Far East plaza and Valentino rockstud pumps.
Photographed by Devina (@anived on Instagram)
Florals, pastels and embroidery. 3 words that can describe Giambattista Valli's sixth couture show in his career. I think the feminine collection was the total opposite of Dior Spring 2014 Couture, which shows Raf Simon's own vision of ladylike elegance. But they have one similarity, pastel colors. Pastel please.