The weather is still warm but here’s to planning ahead for Fall 2014.
I know we’re still in the dead of Summer but with all the Fall 2014 campaign images rolling out, we can’t help but dream up of the perfect Fall 2014 uniform. Shirt-dresses, jackets made of sweatshirt materials (perfect for Singapore) and minimalist accessories are on our list.
From top left:
- alice + olivia Sleeveless Shirt Dress, US$297
- Super Sunglasses Lucia Sunglasses, US$199
- Kate Spade New York Sailor’s Knot Bangle Bracelet, US$78
- Opening Ceremony Sumi Handbag, US$545
- Opening Ceremony Misha Rectangular Wallet, US$275
- McQ – Alexander McQueen Razor V2 Belt, US$395
- Maison Martin Margiela Layered Necklace, US$595
- Eddie Borgo Halo Drop Earrings, US$100
- McQ – Alexander McQueen Nazrul Curved Zip Ankle Booties, US$665
- Helmut Lang Villous Sweatshirt Zip Jacket, US$230
What would your perfect Fall uniform be? Share it with us in the comments box below!
Decided to go blue again and I loved how Peter picked a lovely indigo blue and mixed in some cobalt blue as well. I don’t have much hair to work with but I’m amazed at how my hair looks different every time I step out of Hairloom.
I haven’t shopped at Topshop in a while and I dropped by to pick up some clothes for a shoot and couldn’t resist grabbing some for myself too. The leather shift dress is so easy to coordinate; I can wear it with my highest heels or my engineer boots and it doesn’t look out of place. It can get a tad uncomfortable to wear if you are out in the sun though.
Dead grass… dead grass everywhere! Singapore’s been experiencing a horrid dry spell that petrifies frogs (true story) and causes human beings to spontaneously combust (not true but likely to happen) and it’s been hard to dress up in this weather especially when the only colour in your wardrobe is black.
When that happens, chiffon and skirts are your best friends. Throw in some sunglasses and sunscreen for good measure.
Ever since I got my tiny Jason Wu Mini Miss Wu bag, I’ve been travelling light but sometimes you just need to bring along an iPad mini which doesn’t fit into a tiny bag. The Sophie Hulme Envelope Clutch is roomy compared to the Mini Miss Wu and can even fit my Fujifilm X100 camera. The best bit is its versatility; I can carry it as a clutch during dinners or attach the shoulder strap to wear as a cross-body bag during the day.
Admittedly, I’ve been really obsessed with cracked print and marble print ever since Alexander Wang dished out his first collection for Balenciaga and who can resist this gorgeous print from Australian brand, Cameo the Label? I would have bought every single cracked print item in this collection if I could afford it but since I can’t, I had to pick just one and this top would go with the rest of my wardrobe pretty well.
As you might have noticed, I’ve really been trying to get back into the momentum of blogging regularly. It’s been a hectic the few months; priorities and commitments aside, blogging is still something that I really enjoy and hope that everyone visiting our humble little blog enjoyed our posts too.
Keep those comments coming cause we missed chatting with you too.
This is me trying to catch up on blogging and yes, this is my current hair colour. In fact, this was taken right after Venetia and I walked out of Hairloom. Peter gave me a fresh new colour and covered up purple which was fading into an embarrassing copper-tone mess. I wish you could see how the resulting blue blends into the turquoise, sea green and yellow.
This post is also an experiment as the photos are all taken with the iPhone 5S. The camera is so amazing compared to my old iPhone 4S and I’m honestly wondering if it will replace my DLSR altogether. The post-processing was also completely done on the phone (except for the url at the bottom right, still haven’t figured out a way to do it properly on the phone) and I am really loving the filters from VSCO cam.
If you have the time, do check out my VSCO cam page as well: http://minicloud.vsco.co/