Saturday, 30 June 2012

(FANCY THIS?) Graffiti Print Tapered Pants by Oasap



  
 Credits to: Oasap

I don't really like how the model is being styled over here, the boots seems awful and the Khaki green don't really look good.
But the black one is fabulous!
不是很喜欢这个摸特儿的搭配,感觉颜色不是很搭, 鞋子也好怪!不喜欢这个Khaki green, 觉得好土,可是黑色的不錯。

I totally digged the look by The Violin Style!
超爱  The Violin Style 的搭配!很时尚!

  

Loving this unique grafitti print tapered pants in black! (Grafitti block)
超爱这个很有特色的Grafitti 图案裤子!







Thursday, 28 June 2012

Classy and Glamorous during the summer with VERSACE

Now, Summer is one of most hated seasons out of the four. (well, unless you like sunbathing and melting)
You sweat like mad, most probably having sweat marks all over your clothes and your makeup started melting within seconds after putting it. And you most probably stinks due to the sweat.
Due to the heat, you end up looking incredibly hagged right after you step out of the house.

but VERSACE makes summer Hot, in the right way of course.

Elegant white with a touch of glamour using signature studs and embellishments

Im loving the summer editorials (Versace)

 June 2012 editorials.
 
Harpers Spain
The starfish (around the torso area) makes it so unique.
The fully embellished top paired with white bell bottom with stunning starfish embellishments.

  
Grazia France
A simple piece with studs carefully lined up along the edges of the top and light flowy skirt. It's structured, edgy and feminine at the same time.

 
Tatler Russia
Incredibly Stunning! 
Cropped top and pencil skirt with gold embellishments paired with a gold chunky necklace. And of course, an exotic pet.

 Harpers UK
Im loving this look alot! It's so chic with the sunglasses. It's very 1950s-60s vintage chic glamour.



PS: Summer is all year round in where I live so I guess I will be looking hagged and sweaty as per usual and yes I'm melting while Im writing this post. Dang!


 Credits to: Versace, Harpers Spain & UK, Tatler Russi, Grazia France.





Tuesday, 26 June 2012

(TO LUST FOR) Fossil Re-Issue Weekender



I have just turned 21 not long ago (sadly without any celebrations, how tragic is that?)
but oh well, it is never too late to give me any presents is it? (:

The top of my Birthday Present List is definitely a branded bag (and no, Im not brand conscious, there are just some bags that make me fall in love over it again and again)
PS: I only LOVE specific brands and specific bags and sometimes specific colours. 
And Yes, Im a full-time Bag Stalker.

But sadly I can't afford it (I'm not being paid by being a Bag Stalker, you see.)
So while I was fulfilling my duties as a BagStalker, I found a Perfect Vintage Bag! (for the broke)

A huge vintage-style work or casual bag for you to stuff everything in and looks chic all seasons round. (still looking fabulous during the Winter time)
It kind of reminds me of the Mulberry Bayswater. One of bags that I like, but the Alexa is my favourite out of all the Mulberry bags.


Alexa and one of her favourite bags,The Mulberry Bayswater.



 Presenting to you..

The Vintage Re-Issue Weekender!

by Fossil

In Russet Brown. My favourite colour for this bag!

 
With floral embroidery. I totally love this!

 
How cute!! 

 In Ikat floral print.

 Casual and Chic!

Guess what, It's only US$278!! which is approximately one third of the price of the Mulberry Bayswater. What's even better is that now they are having a sale for only US$199.9 at their website!!
I WANT I WANT!
 But sadly they don't do international orders (DANG!)
How about being an incredibly nice person and send me one? HAHAHAHA!
Anyway, if you think this is the one for you, grab it at
I have a tough job but Im liking it (;

Credits to: Fossil

Friday, 8 June 2012

Styling Journey with NOEL CALEB : Part Three

3rd styling session! March 18

The 3rd lesson is to help style the flashmob dance team for the new collection launch.
The venue is at a dance studio.

So there are about 30 dancers and the task is to dress them up according to the limited clothings NC brought. The dancers were instructed to bring afew pieces of clothing that they think is suitable (black leggings or pants, and tops) so we can style them accordingly.

Sounds easy? HAH!
First of all, there are limited pieces in limited sizes.
The dancers are much much older than me(older by at least 5/6yrs, some are even in their fifties!), and some of them are rather doubtful of our abilities(because we are merely just styling apprentices?).
The incredibly tough part - There are some who also insists on what they want to wear and want only what they think it's best for them.
So not only we have to give our viewpoints, we have to style them up, listen to what they want and reassure them that they look fabulous. It's like treating them as our customers.

It's quite tough for me actually cause once someone just insists on their way like for example they want another piece that either don't suit them or don't have their size or even keep on adding all the unnecessary items or accessories that we didn't suggest, I find it hard to convince them and became  frustrated and dumbfounded.
2 of the other styling apprentices, Cadence and Megha is very good with dealing them. Very good communication skills and I think it is also due to their age (able to relate to them easier?)
There are some nice ones who accepts our advice with no problems.

After the styling process, our mentors look through and see which looks made the cut and which didn't. After that they show us their dance rehearsal, adjustments are being made to the clothing again.
Then it's our short discussion time. Rana gave us her valuable advice. She said that it's important to listen to them but at the same time give us our advice and show them that we are the stylists rather than them, because some people are used to what they wear and what they think is the best for them and find it hard to change it. What they think is good for them might not be the case. 

So all in all, it's a good experience.
I still have plenty to learn. Plenty!


Credits to NC

Working in action!