To defend my lack of studying, I’ve been coming up with some jewellery designs over the weekend to make me feel more ‘productive’. Though I didn’t come up with an abundance of designs, it gave me an awesome opportunity to continue practicing shooting in manual mode on my camera.
It’s amazing that after countless civil wars and even two world wars, the black and white photos of dirty men, homeless children and strewn bodies unrecognisable from other weapon debris that we associate with war can still be seen in living, breathing colour today.
Throughout June my life was jam packed with schoolwork, but at the same time each week presented me with an opportunity to celebrate and spend quality time with friends.
4 weeks. 4 parties. 3 outfits + this one.
Let me know if you guys would like to see more fashion related videos or more of anything else!
Ahhhh the summer time. For most, that means vacations, beach time, and finally getting to take off layers of clothing.
In Singapore, where its 25-30° C on a regular basis during ‘winter’, summer means more humidity, more heat, and more hoes wearing even less clothing. #croppedcroptops
And more sweat.
which you can see in the video.
In all seriousness I hope you’re all having a fantastic summer (or winter, which I’m currently experiencing in New Zealand- my first winter in two years!) and you’re enjoying life in every aspect!
Hey guys, long time no talk!
My friend’s birthday is coming up, so to celebrate my friends and I went out for a classy pizza dinner and a totally un-fancy sleepover. Here’s what we wore that night:
Sorry I haven’t posted for a bit, I’ve been busy finishing up assessments and putting off assessments and spending time with friends 🙂
I hope you’re all pumped for summer/ enjoying the cold (after two years in Singapore, I would kill for weather below 20°… or even just seasons!)
I’ve recently been on a health kick, so naturally I turned to the internet for healthy recipe ideas.
As I love doing her workouts, I decided to try some blogilates recipes, Cassey’s Berrylicious Microwave Minute Muffin and Protein Cinnamon Roll in particular. Though I didn’t love the results of the recipes, they completely inspired me to eat healthier, more nutritious food; and after a bit of experimenting, I came up with a recipe of my own for quick, guilt-less peanut butter muffins!
[these bad boys are low carb, free of refined sugars (depending on your peanut butter) and contain no butter or flour]
It feels like I’ve spent a decade trying to get this video up on my channel!
Anyway, now that it’s here…
Hipsters. They’re the people we love to hate [and secretly embody from time to time].
While I’d like to think I can pick on the people who look like they’ve stepped out of a tumblr page with a galaxy background, I do like some of the clothes they wear, I do dress like that sometimes [okay, a lot] and it takes some guts to dress like that knowing everyone with internet access will most likely immediately classify you as a ‘hipster’. But hey, aren’t the haters part of the fun?
In today’s video, Gabi (MyDreamsInABottle) and I will show you how to embody the little studded gremlin inside of you by adding different elements to your existing outfits and personal style.
#1 Go high-waisted
We all know the Hipster style loves short shorts. This means we have to avoid the denim underwear look (not attractive.),which can be done by adding the fabric missing from our legs, to our waist. Nowadays high-waisted bottoms can be found absolutely everywhere- not only in shorts, but in skirts and pants too. (Plus, high-waisted stuff hide your tummy when you’re wearing cropped shirts! weew)
Beanies add that magic little touch, easily translating any outfit to the casual and grunge sides of Hipster-dom. Beanies range in prices and styles, my only advice is to try before you buy! 🙂
#3 Go Graphic
This is probably my favourite step of all! Graphic designs can be found in many different stores, on different articles of clothing, suiting everyone’s style and personal preferences.
#4 Go flat canvas
By adding any flat canvas shoe to almost any outfit (converse, toms, keds – style shoes), you will be amazed at how it can totally transform your look [hehe] in such a subtle way!
#5 crop. cut out. stud. distress.
Here’s where you get to totally personalise your look [even further]. Crop an old top or pair of jeans, cut out the back of a shirt, stud some shoulders or pockets or distress some denim or thick knits.
Well, that’s all from me for now, make sure you check out my new ‘Strands’ collection – a gallery of stills from the Transform Your Summer Look series.
I’m sorry this post took so long to uh, well, post 🙂 I’ve been trying to upload a new video for 3 days now but my computer just won’t have it 😦
This year, fashion will be seeing the return of many trends (who would’ve guessed 😉 ), including quirky but utterly classic patterns, and the bold shade that we all secretly love.
Skip to the end of the post for bloopers and behind the scenes!