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I have been wanting to experiment wearing prints on prints but it just isn’t that easy to try to match them so that I don’t end up looking like I am in a costume and all ready to keep the kids entertain in a party.
Guess the easiest way out has just got to be sticking with the safest colors in the wardrobe, BLACK and WHITE.
The first layer is a polka dots tube and a pencil skirt with diagonal stripes texture.
It isn’t very obvious in real life but you can see it quite clearly in the picture above.
And threw on a nautical striped jacket and it doesn’t seem quite that bad after all.
At least I felt I could head to work in these. :-p
I was heading to the Singapore Flyer in the evening and decided to drop by our place first to check out the renovation progress.
Beebops bought along a pack of biscuits which was a very popular snack in the 80’s . In fact this snack brings about fond memories when my granny would bring me out to the playground once a week and on our way back home, we would pass by a small shop, also known locally as a mama shop, at the void deck. And my granny would get this snack for me as she knows that it is my favourite biscuit.
Have you tried this snack before? Was this also one of your favourite childhood snack?
Allow me to introduce you one of my neighbors…
Thanks for dropping by! I would update my visit to the Singapore flyer in a separate post.
And meanwhile I am linking up to
I think most of us would have used the highlighter some point in our schooling life.
And sometimes we have more than a handful in our pencil cases!
When I was planning for my outfit for Neon colours for Everybody, Everywear’s theme, I realised that haven’t been too adventurous in incorporating neon colours into my wardrobe. And after some digging through my wardrobe, I found something that was a highlighter red!
I tried to tone down the brightness with softer pink hues for the rest of my outfit so that it looked more work appropriate and less of a walking neon signboard.
The lace top was a hand me down from my colleague and I loved it despite it being about 2 sizes larger than my usual.
As I have very broad shoulders, it fitted nicely on the shoulders area but there was quite airy in the waist area, so I clinched the top at the waist with a skinny belt.
Tank Top: Cotton On, Lace Blouse: MNG , Skirt: Local Store, Heels: Heatwave