Posts Tagged polka dots

[Outfit] Mixed Monochromatic Patterns

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.


Polka Dot Tube: Forever21, Pencil Skirt: Forever21

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



Linking up with Rolled Up Pretty, The Pleated Poppy, Transatlantic Blonde



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[Outfit] Spotted Again

It’s my outfit post again! And I promise the next post is not going to be my outfit post.

I must admit though that it is so much easier to do an outfit post as opposed to a travel or dining post. :-p

I love polka dots as they make an outfit a little more fun and a little more interesting. What more a dress with haphazard dots in two colours!


Love this dress as it is thick enough to weigh the dress down to give it enough form and it just makes me a happy girl wearing it.

Not forgetting the vintage vibes it gives. 🙂


Dress: H&M, Heels: Heatwave


Bag: Samantha Thavasa


Linking up with The Pleated Poppy, Rolled Up Pretty,  Blonde Episodes & Transatlantic Blonde.

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[Nail This] Easter Eggs

How was your Good Friday long weekend?

I had a great time spending it with Beebops and I can’t believe it is Monday already now!

Painted my nails in pastel in polka dots and zig zag lines like Easter Eggs.

The only time I can eat these Cadbury Mini Eggs now is during Easter as it is imported only then. 😦

They used to have it in the supermarkets all year round.  I usually buy more than one when I see it on the shelves and now I am down to my last one and I should head to the supermarket really soon to sweep up what’s left on the shelf!


For this manicure, I used the Yellow Polish (second bottle from the left) & the Orange Polish (second bottle from left) for the dots.

Please pardon the uneven edges as I painted over my gelish nail polish as I didn’t want to remove it cos it involves so much chemical soaking and further filing of the nails.


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