Arissa and I went down to Singapore Toys, Games and Comic Convention (STGCC) to lend our support to a couple of friends as well as to pretend to be kids for a little while. You can never be too old for toys and games! Simone Legno, designer of Tokidoki was there as well, and we never know he had so many (really hardcore) fans in Singapore! Had the queue for not been so long, we would have brought Arissa’s Tokidoki makeup pouch for signing. πŸ˜€

Decided to wear my tallest pair of shoes that day. They remind me a little of Vivienne Westwood‘s Rocking Horse Shoes from the front! I might dye the soles black some day when I’m not feeling too lazy, I am not a big fan of cork soles and I really miss doing DIYs on this blog. Sweater is a very recent purchase from the new Topshop/Topman flagship store in Knightsbridge. (There is always some confusion when we say Knightsbridge, because Arissa and I would think of Knightsbridge in London instead of Singapore. They really need to come up with more original names.) It’s pretty badass, although still a far, far cry from the flagship store in Oxford Circus. Definitely more selection than the other Topshops, though!

Faux fur keyfob. It is one of those things that will be so passΓ© a few months later, but you can’t resist getting some while it is still trendy.

Love, love suspender tights. I really need to get more!

Kitty ring from a friend who just came back from Japan. It reminds me a little of Chousie Butts.

Outfit Breakdown:

  • Sweater: Topshop
  • Camisole (worn inside): H&M
  • Skirt: City Plaza
  • Suspender tights: Topshop
  • Shoes: Heatwave
  • Bag: m)phosis
  • Tail keyfob: Wholesale
  • Ring: Swimmer