How do you like your eggs in the morning? I would most likely answer in a very cheesy pick up line but this time, it's this adorable/cheeky/you name it laptop case from Snupped.
|top & shorts: ZARA, outerwear & shoes: ADIDAS, laptop case: SNUPPED|
Was randomly scrolling through Snupped when my eyes caught this adorable egg laptop case. I know right, it's a laptop case and a clutch at once!! P.S: they do customised cases too. And while my blog's name is RebelRebel, I still can't put aside the fact that there are always a deep part inside of me that longs feminine stuffs. #suchgirls
Take the pink colour exterior of the case, and also my best try on creating artsy layout, with chosen soft pink brush. Totally inspired by the rose quartz Pantone 2016. I have been a keen admirer for this feminine shade, and not to mention the moment my love The 1975 came up with a rather pink branding.
For me, a body of a person is as we know it, came in varied types. There are a hundreds, even thousands perks of each type and the ugly truth is, there are also disadvantages. Until this day, I still couldn't tell precisely what mine is. But this I know, I have a pretty wide shoulders, and a rather puffy arms.
Now, have you ever found a certain type of clothing that just fits you perfectly? In a way it embraces your body type, and ease it. Once you found this, consider you're winning at life and already knows what's perfect for you and what's not. In my case, it's the halter neck top. THIS my friend, is a true saviour for those with wide shoulders like me and one piece I 'd wear forever. The one I'm wearing is definitely my favourite and is from Zara, obviously.
To end this rather clueless outfit post, I'm gonna have to put one of the best and underrated quote throughout the whole Oscars. A quote that is so direct, and extremely relatable. Gotta love the Oscars for giving me goose bumps.
"There are days you’re going to feel sad, you’re going to feel angry, you’re going to feel scared, that’s nothing you can choose. But you can make stuff. Make films. Draw. Write. It’ll make a world of difference. ” — Pete Docter, best animation winner for