Sunday, October 23, 2011

Shoe Drool

Love these.

I am hoping that these interesting styles will be more attainable soon. Away with the too-many peep-toes! But, I am not going for such high heels. I have enough of feet killers.

Leather on Wedding

I attended a colleague's wedding yesterday.

This is the first time I had been "red-bombed".... and also the first time I went to a wedding without my family. Frankly speaking, it is very tiring. I have no idea why attending a wedding can be so tiring, considering that all we do is to talk, sit, eat and take photos. This time round, I was flanked by my colleagues and supervisor. I think this event had given us a chance to see each other, and know each other beyond the office environment. For example, I, a newbie, learnt how knows how to drink, saw ex-colleagues whom I had never met before, finally saw a real life husband-and-wife acting like one at the banquet. It feels better seeing the man watch after the woman whereas in the office, they were more of supervisor and co-workers.

And of course, I brough Mark Sein (my camera) to the event, and everyone who saw it just came to the conclusion that I like photography. As usual, I never answered their questions face on, and avoided answering most questions. When I heard them commenting "she likes photography", etc, I merely ignored them and continue doing my things. And I think they were surprised to find me dressed in leather. Oh well. *laughs*.
But my closer colleagues, my mentor and a senior, commented that I am still in black. My dress is white. FYI.

Outfit composed:
Leather boots, Jacket and Bag
Victorian Choker with locket
White creased dress
crystal hairband
Rose and Armour rings

We walked around Raffles City, which is where the wedding is held, after the wedding, and I love some of the stores. I only took picture of this though, for I had errands to run.

Sunday, October 16, 2011


I wish I can share my world with you.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Harajuku street style in Singapore

Looking forward to browse through these brands at Tangs Orchard.

Urban Research
Beauty & Youth United Arrows

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Moving words competition

If you know me (*which you probably don't*), you might know that I participated in the moving words competition initiated by a local poet Miss Madeleine Lee who went to the SMRT with her initiative.

My poem was not shortlisted, but it proves that we (Singapore) do have talents. Please support them, and if you see them in one of the MRT train stations, do not walk on. Please hesitate, stop, read, and contemplate them. You might agree with them, you might not, you might feel something, but know that it is written by people like you and me, people from our everyday lives, who seek to do something.

Some recent purchases

It just occur to me, but the two reflections on the sunglasses makes it looks like.... a glowing pair of eyes in a skull... if you get what I mean.