Friday, 26 August 2016

IT'S ALRIGHT

Sup blogging world? I'm back!! And because I have been so bad at posting lately, I'mma give you 2 outfits in return..

top: ZARA, dress: TEMT, boots: MARC & STUART, socks: HUF
top: POMELO, pants: BUGIS, socks: HUF, sneakers: CONVERSE
Special thanks to these two for taking my photos! x

The past 3 weeks have been..wild to say the least. Dealing with never-ending assignments back and forth, flying back home for We the Fest (video coming up!), meeting new people, getting sick, and etc. Nevertheless, I'm lucky to have my mates to go crazy with whenever things get out of hand. 

Wearing my luv not-so-turtleneck but is actually a turtleneck striped top from Zara! And for the 2 months I've been in Singapore, it's safe to say that I've fallen in love with Bugis. Yassss the place for all the fashion stuffs you thought you never need. Basically my kryptonite here and this slip-dress and striped pleated culotte are some of my purchases from there. 

Try taking a walk to Bugis Street too, where it's simply impossible not to shop. 

Just realised how often I wore patterned socks like these two from Huf! My inner-emo just couldn't handle the cuteness of it I guess So perhaps, a how to wear weird socks for next post? ;) 

Been listening to a lot of deep house and soul music like Honne. Their track "Somebody that Loves You" definitely got me feeling some type of way. 



Love,


M.x 



                  

Friday, 5 August 2016

HIGHER

You know you're whipped with assignments when you haven't posted in two weeks for the first time in...ever. Here's a chill outfit to begin August, and also my typical "uniform" for the past few days.
top: PALACE SKATEBOARDS, pants: ZARA, shoes: CONVERSE: cap: STYLE DASHER, tote bag: JUNO HOME

all photos taken by Miranti! x

As I mentioned earlier, the formula to my typical uniform would be like this: 
  • 1 Logo T-Shirt from a cool brand 
  • Culotte or jeans; the wider the pants, the better
  • Sneakers or boots 
  • Flexible bag
  • andddd a cap in case you're having a "non-photogenic hair day"
College has been great so far and by great, I mean alllll the amazing food I can try in this beloved lion city. One of those would be P.S Cafe Petite in Tiong Bahru (coffee is the bomb). Actually my first time in Tiong Bahru area and I'm in LOVE. SO MANY COFFE SO MANY CUTENESS.

A must-visit if you're a sucker for good coffee and cute photo spots! Went there with my girlsss and safe to say we'll be in the neighbourhood to do "assignments" pretty often ;)

Non-related but H-7 to seeing my bae The 1975 and I'm yodelling. Soo if you're planning to go to any summer festival or just need inspirations for quick summer outfit, check out my latest youtube video! "4 Outfit Ideas for Summer'16!" Enjoy and don't forget to comment or subscribe to see more of my double chins HA!




                  




Love,



M.x 

Sunday, 24 July 2016

CLEAN LIGHT

Yasssss finally another museum-hopping post! So excited to share what's probably my most favorite photo series yet. All taken at National Museum of Singapore, so go put this one in yo travel list ASAP. 
top: UNIQLO x KAWS, outerwear: PULL & BEAR, culotte: ZARA, shoes: ADIDAS TUBULAR, bag: MARC & STUART


First things first, special thanks to these two for taking (literally) 100000 photos of me! 

Wearing T-Shirt from Uniqlo x Kaws collab that I'm super obsessed with, how could you not tho? So cheeky I could die. I must say, I'm new to Kaws' designs but the first time I saw it, I'm just hooked right away. In case it's your first time hearing the artist's name, go check out his insta @kaws or website for more visually pleasing art creations.  Also, gotta love how perfect the neon drawing on the back goes with my jacket.  

Seeing this outfit just made me realised how often I wore culotte as the weather is just too hot for denim days. But on the other hand, it's been pretty chilly in Singapore these past few days and I love it! Perfect time to take them leather jackets for a walk now..;)

More about the museum, tbh I didn't really focus on the exhibition while I was there, I'm just too mind-blown from the architecture. Though it is a perfect place to know more about the history of Singapore. So the verdict is yes, it's still a must visit! To see more spots for "museum hopping" in Singapore, simply click here.



Love,



M.x