Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Face Series Part III: Black Flow

Finally, we're on to the last outfit of the photoshoot! This black chiffon outerpiece is actually a button down dress, but I had been looking for a long sheer cardi for a really long time back then. It was really hard to find it in sg though, and one day I found this dress at Editor's Market which was the closest I could find to what I wanted. I was so elated but I DIDN'T HAVE ENOUGH MONEY WITH ME. So like the next day I literally ran to the shop to purchase it, and it was the freaking last piece! Thank heavens I managed to lay my hands on it, because the weird stares I got from the salespersons when I dashed in to the store like some lunatic would not have been worth it if I didn't. Anyway, here's the pics:


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Monday, 24 June 2013

Face Series Part II: Peacock

Here's the second part of the photoshoot: 

The peacock crown was a diy that I did a few months back. I am sad to announce that I've accidentally crushed it and now the feathers aren't so neat anymore :(

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Face Series Part I: Baroque Nature

Not too long ago (May, I think? My memory sucks), I did a photoshoot with Wena (see: ) at Fort Canning Park. Anywho, this was the first outfit for the shoot!

Will be uploading the rest of it in the near future!

Saturday, 22 June 2013


It's been pretty hazy lately, and the PSI has reached haze-ardous levels *ba dum tss*. (Lame) jokes aside, I've finally gone out of the house and to town after many days of cooping up at home! The haze toned down a little so today was like a breath of fresh air, literally. I decided to wear out my self-made organza dress that I've been itching to wear.

I was inspired to do this diy after seeing Style Nanda's mini floral dress:

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I fell in love with the cutting as it was so simple yet had an edge to it. As for the choice of cloth, I went along with this Spring's sheer clothing trend, along with a bit of a futuristic element. Making this dress took me almost 9 hours, because I'm pretty new at using the sewing machine. Albeit the time I spent on it, the needlework is still.....pretty bad. Plentiful folds and ugly seams. Nevertheless, I was pretty proud of my final product.

Sunday, 16 June 2013


Super into this graphic pullover I found in Bugis street. With the trending of Batman inspired prints on apparels, I thought this design was a nice twist to the conventional bat-shaped logo. Well, it looks nothing like the logo, and I think the three-headed bat is being electrocuted, but I can't be too sure heh that's just how I see it.
Long sleeves on a freaking hot day wasn't such a good idea, but at least it wasn't too thick, or I might get a heatstroke. And thank God for aircon!!!! Thank you Willis Carrier you are a life saver.

Friday, 14 June 2013


Adding to your collection of optical illusions is this:
Haha okay I have no idea what I'm saying. Anywho, spent the day at Chinatown today to buy some cloth for my next diy, and we dropped by Ann Siang Hill! Pretty amazing lane with really uniquely designed bars. Then, I chanced upon this checkered door and thought 'hey matching prints!' and I just had to take a pic with it.
As for my hat...I had so many people (especially those promoters hanging around the MRT stations) come up to me and said 'hello'. Many just whispered hello as they walk by or blatantly approach me to ask if I was going for some event. Haha it's a pretty good conversation starter piece, I guess.