Maybe I should of opened with a Hello in mandarin (to go with the subject of this post). But unfortunately I am not that clever.
I can't believe we are half way through June!
Ive just had 3 weeks off, which have been filled with a holiday, a festival and pure indulgence. I am now skint and feel about 4 stone heavier. So now Im on a detox and blogging the last three weeks of my life.
So this is Singapore Street Style!!!
This was my last trip to Singapore with work. It coincided nicely with Singapore Fashion Week, I wasn't quick enough to nab a ticket (wish I had thought of that earlier as they were such good value for money) So I was only allowed access outside the venue as everything is inside due to the heat. Whenever I go to Singapore, I am guaranteed to see fashion forward individuals. Their unique sense of style is really interesting to see, and Im amazed what men and woman wear in the heat and humidity. I can see why places like Singapore are growing more popular in the fashion world, and icons like Victoria Beckham and Diane Von Furstenberg are helping Asia break through and shows what they have to offer.
More posts coming throughout the week, so stay tuned...
Saturday, 16 May 2015
70s style Is in.
That's a given.
I wish I was 7 stone lighter and could look amazing in everything including flares. Would look even more amazing with all the bralet and crop tops that are also so in right now. As I continue to dream (and keep gymming to my hearts content) I have dabbled in the world of flares. I think with the right pair of heels bigger shapes can pull off the flared trend.
Watch this space.
Ok. This officially my new favourite item.
I've seen a lot of these sleeveless blazers (or gilet as some old school people might like to say). In shops like Topshop, Zara and River Island that are really boxy and structured. I really wanted one for myself that was more a relaxed and softer material then... viola! My friend Ellen and I went to see Olly Murrs at the O2 in London where she wore this. I hate hate hate being a copy cat but I had to go out at the next opportunity to buy my own (Il class Ellen as my inspo). I now want one in every colour, I will find one with pockets too.
I love pockets.
Will write soon
Black Jeans- ASOS
Sleeveless Blazer- New Look
Sunday, 22 March 2015
Been meaning to post this for a week!! Woops.
Wore this on Mothers Day, took my lovely mum out for a roast. My dad said I was looking like something out of the 70s, which I was actually flattered by as everything I'm wanting at the moment is a homage to that era ❤️
He then took the piss out of my hat...
I love reading wishlist posts on blogs so here's my first. It's all following the 70s trend, I need a pair of flares in my life. And anything suede, camel and tassley gets my seal of approval.
Faux Fur Collar- Select
Gilet- Portobello Road
Jumper and Jumpsuit- Primark
Boots- New Look
Monday, 16 March 2015
It is official New York is my favourite place ever.
It wowed me when I first went for my 18th birthday and my opinion still hasn't changed. After recently visiting again, it's defiantly one of those destinations I can picture myself visiting every year for the rest of my life.
Conveniently my Valentines trip with my boyfriend Samuel, fell on the same week as Fashion Week. I thought this was beautifully paired.
There was so much excitement and buzz and I loved being amongst other bloggers, photographers and fashion lovers outside all the amazing venues located all around the city. It would of been a dream to someway blag a spot inside one of the shows. Maybe one day.
Here's some of my favourite pictures I took. Flares and the colour Pink is what I fell in love with most. I now have a shopping list full of 70s inspired flares, fringing and suede as well as some bubblegum pink accessories and faux fur (more to add to the collection).
Wish List Post soon to follow...
Friday, 30 January 2015
Hello one and all. (Probs just one)
Who else would love to be like a Jenner and have a real cèline?
I seriously love them. But I do not have £1500 (give or take) to splurge. Even when I travel East to Kuwait is a fare few hundred pounds for a good fake. So I am not ashamed in admitting to this.
This little gem set me back £20 on eBay, and I couldn't be happier with it! It's not only cèline-esqe it's the perfect size for someone that likes to carry round the kitchen sink around like moi.
Not only that...oh no.
I also found this teeny tiny baby in Primark for a mere £6 perfect for nights out. I love the chain detail and again the cèline inspired shaping. Bravo Primark. My saviour yet again.
Thursday, 29 January 2015
Making a concious effort to blog on the regular especially this week.
I got a lot of compliments the night I wore this little mashup. Topshop extravaganza. I bought this top in the summer for my holiday but I've wore it more in winter. Strange. Even tho Singapore is just a humid paradise so not really winter winter. I liked the colour of it (I don't wear enough orange) and I liked the pleats.
I love this necklace it reminds me of something from the 90s/Carrie Bradshaw. A lot of people ask me "what does H stand for?" DUH.
The little holographic beauty is actually a make up bag (and a birthday present from my best friend Sophia <3). I only popped downstairs in the hotel for a drink after a flight, so thought this was acceptable. Teeny tiny bags always pop in and out of fashion. And for the night it's nice to just carry around your lipstick and phone. Plus ++++ a gay guy called it SASSY.
Top, Necklace & Bag-
All Topshop Erythang
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Another month... And guess where I've been?
Yes another stint around the world for me. Singapore to Sydney and back again.
I drove past this really cute place which had my name plastered on the wall outside, and it started giving me ideas. My boyfriend bought me a more decent camera for Christmas to encourage me to start taking better quality photos especially in the run up for Uni (I hope)
So here's my first attempt. Please don't laugh. Lol. I've ordered a taller tripod now can't wait for it to arrive. I guess in time il feel more comfortable and confident!
Ah yes... Haven't even mentioned the clothes. Well I love this Fluro little number I actually bought it in a boutique in the destination of this post... Sydney. My shoes are from Primark even though they were a birthday present. I love them! So chunky and pointy and strappy and I love the colour, a pale pink. I think it's rare that pastels go with Flurorescent but with the black kimono it all balances out.
Playsuit- Ally's in Sydney
Australian style isn't just surf shorts and swimming costumes. Everywhere I looked were some boho babes. The amount of crochet peices I've fallen in love with over here... Well I've lost count.
I'm back here again next month and have been doing my homework on shopping hotspots so I'm making sure I head to these beauties