Growing up in Malaysia, I had no ideal what ‘personal style’ was… Heck! I didn’t even know that ‘style’ was a thing until a couple of years ago. For the looooongest time I just wore what I thought looked kind of decent, without actually knowing if it suited me… even though I like to think I’d always had an eye for it. Whatever ‘it’ is.
Having experimented with my personal style quite a bit – especially recently, having acquired my first piercing and changed up the same slicked-back hair I’d worn for years – I decided to share what I’ve learnt from my journey to finding my own personal style. Continue Reading
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
Topman has always been one of my fav go-to high street stores for smart and on trend pieces. When it comes to the cut and fit, they’re arguably second-to-none. Last week, I revealed my two-part collaboration with Topman (read Part One) where I took on the challenge to style a party ‘hero’ piece in both daytime and evening look. Here, I present to you the followup. Continue Reading
In this festive season, Topman and I have teamed up to present the trends to watch out for if you’re looking to transition through the day from catching up with your besties over a brew to a night out in a cocktail bar having a drink or two. Continue Reading