This heatwave is never ending! I didn’t build up my wardrobe to accommodate this sort of climate!
Not complaining though because if it wasn’t for this heat and humidity, I wouldn’t have started shopping linen clothing and I wouldn’t have realised how much of a magical material linen is — so here’s an #ootd post on how I intend to dress for the rest of summer. Continue Reading
Words: Yours truly • Photos: David • Location: Jardim Botanico Tropical, Belém
Let’s get the formality out of the way : if you’re reading this from the UK, happy Bank Holiday! Otherwise, I hope you’re having a terrific day nonetheless.
Now here’s a confession : I’m not very good at fashion-blogging when I travel. As in, I rarely ever blog about my travel outfits these days, but as it was my birthday trip, I felt I had to post at least one OOTD post from Portugal to remember what I wore – so here’s one I shot in Lisbon… more specifically, Belém.
Kurt Geiger is one of my fave shoe brands. #Fact
I’ve featured their shoes several times before, including that time they invite to me join #thebootbrigade – which you can check out here – and recently, they’ve approached me again for another collab to showcase their beautiful collection of trainers. Continue Reading
Let me just start off by pointing out that I know double denim isn’t everyone’s cuppa. But it’s definitely mine, and here’s why : it’s an instant statement.
Co-ords or head-to-toe *inserts a colour / pattern / material* just seem to turn heads, even though I’m not sure if it’s even that big of deal, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing because style is about expressing who you are without having to speak, and double denim never fails to accomplish that. Continue Reading
Amidst all the division and hatred that’s been going on in the real world – I emphasise on the ‘real’ world because it’s no longer something you see through a telly screen the second it happens in the very city you wake up every morning, go to work, return at night and lay your head to sleep – I just want to spread some positivity and talk only of ‘love‘.
Notes : the traditional Chinese character stands for ‘love‘. Continue Reading