January 15, 2010
Arissa Ha

Obviously I have been following in Dawn’s footsteps of naming posts under random music that pops up on my iTunes. And living on a healthy dosage of game/anime soundtrack, this is what it decided to bestow upon me.

I remember it was a particularly uninspiring day, with Dawn and I hanging at the rooftop like a bunch of hobos where I took one of my favorite pictures, Darkness of the Unknown. Unfortunately for us, the sky wasn’t nearly as dramatic and we just seemed to be overall out of brainjuice.

The first pic was an accidental shot by the way. Dawn was just snapping away while i moved around and it looked like something we could use. I’m upset to say that I didn’t manage to return the favor by getting any good photos of her on that day. :<

I had this skirt from Schwing Schwing (a local blogshop) for the longest time and it was modeled after the Maison Martin Margiela skirt made famous by Geraldine Saglio where she was shot and featured on JAK&JILL.

It was a tad painful to wear cause the zipper teeth would bite into my ass and thighs when I sit down. That, or my problem is the fat ass. :< But it’s still one of my favorite skirts to wear cause it looks good plus it’s really versatile. *sigh* The things we do in the name of fashion.

Black outfit breakdown:

  • Tank Top: m)phosis
  • Skirt: Schwing Schwing
  • Knitted Circle scarf: m)phosis
  • Shoes: Esperanza

What painful stuff have you been through in the name of fashion?

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23 Responses to “Outfit Post: View of Silence [Black Outfits]”

  1. I love it! the skirt and the knitted scarf :)

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    Arissa replied on

    Thank you~! It’s really warm but the static from it make my hair tangle up in colder countries. :<

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  2. Lebasi says:

    It’s a beautiful accident (I didn’t even realised it was accidental). GJ Dawn!

    ??? (or rather having a substantial ass) is good, trust me. Not everyone is bestowed with it. Imagine a jeans ad with a flat-assed model. D:

    In the name of fashion, I’ve endured heat just to wear layers of clothings and of course, ignored blistering pain to wear BEAUTIFUL HIGH HEELS THAT KILL!

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    Lebasi replied on

    I meant, “didn’t even realise”. :/

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    Arissa replied on

    argh~ we’ve all been there~!!! I wish we cld layer clothes in Singapore~!

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  3. Brooke says:

    The problem certainly isn’t the fat ass! *lol

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    Arissa replied on

    aye~ thks for the reassurance.

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  5. Margarita says:

    Great look…. especially the scarf! And although it was an accident I like the first photo the best!

    Great blog btw….I started following it! If you have time have a look at mine – i just started!

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    Arissa replied on

    Hi!! Thank you for visiting! I visited your blog too. Love your outfits and envious that your weather allows for u to layer up your clothes.

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  6. Samantha says:

    Wearing spiffy new shoes and enduring the shoe bites T^T

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    Arissa replied on

    Ah~ we’ve all been there before!!!

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    Samantha replied on

    And the blister areas NEVER season themselves at all when it comes to wearing new shoes :/

    The only remedy which I can think of to counter those are putting on overly-sized watson plasters. Sob.

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  7. Danielle Monique says:

    Gawd I really wish I could shop at M)phosis, or at least find the brand on ebay. The clothes are awesome!

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    Arissa replied on

    Thank you Danielle, they’ve been in Singapore for awhile but if you travel to malaysia, thailand or even shanghai, there are m)phosis stores there too. unfortunately they don’t believe in having a website. It’s such a shame.

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  8. libys11 says:

    im so happy to have stumbled upon your blog!!! love the whole layout here! anyway, you’re looking phenomenal in these photos (are you a model? if not, you should be one!)

    painful thing for fashion? well.. i think wearing heels in slippery ground, trying to not breath just so i can fit in an evening dress and lining up hours outdoors (with negative temperatures) to wait for sale events! hahahaha! simple things, but they can be painful! 😛

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    Arissa replied on

    HI~!! I know you from Chictopia isn’t it? 😀

    I’m not one, I just take pictures for fun. ^^;;;

    oh man, the things you do for fashion, but getting the items you wanted after that sale must be fulfilling!

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  9. Seriously, I never think about things like that, zippers that might cut your thighs – it’s such a fashion hazzard!

    I have a pair of heels I pretty much can’t wear because they have buckles and one of them cuts into my little toe. Epic pain! Also they’re higher than any of my other shoes so my feet burn after a very short amount of time. They’re such pretty shoes though I’ll never get rid of them!

    xo

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    Arissa replied on

    yes!!! i never thought they would cut me until i wore them~!

    shoes are always a pain~ it’s so hard to find one that is of reasonable height (cos they make ur legs look long) and yet not painful to wear. T___T

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  10. trashtastika says:

    I love your shoes! Because of the wedge, they look really comfortable, despite being platforms :)

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    Arissa replied on

    Yes they are my favourite wedges cos they’re so comfortable. The sole of the shoes have some kind of a foam undernearth and they kinda absorb impact when I walk. Love it~

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  11. That first pic rocks!!

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    Arissa replied on

    Thanks Ju~!

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