Pop of pink

(Photos by Marcus Lam: website and flickr)

As I continue down the path to find my own sense of style, I begin to recognize an on-going patter. Comfort to me, is truly key. Comfort doesn't have to translate to being unpolished. This outfit I wore a little while back is a great example of me being me. Simple pieces, classic fit, and a splash of color create a combo that is pure comfort yet never boring. It took a while for me to be comfortable in my own skin, and it think it certainly shows in my go-to style.


Couch Potato

(Photos by Marcus Lam: website and flickr)

I actually almost forgot about this set of pictures. Turned out, being a couch potato is way more fun and flattering when there's a good photographer around. We took these pictures a little while back, and I actually didn't think the pictures would turn out nice. Then again, I've been wrong before. Sometimes the best pictures are captured during the most ordinary moments.

Wishing everyone a fabulous Tuesday!


Oh happy days

(Photos by Marcus Lam: website and flickr)

Sometimes, there's nothing better than a very casual and comfortable outfit, with a statement bag that has sunshine written all over it. Wishing you all a very fabulous Tuesday and Happy 1st of April!


Mixing Power

(Photos by Marcus Lam: website and flickr)

Top: Urban Outfitter
Skirt: H&M
Shoes: Zara
Bag: Saint Laurent
Sunnies: Celine

During my regular 9 to 5, I typically don't get the chance to be too expressive with my styling choices. On the weekend, getting dressed tends be a whole other ball game for me. I love to use this time to dress to please whatever mood I'm in, and to test my own comfort level to see what works (and often times, what does not work as well). 

This particular outfit post captures one of those times when the pairing worked out exactly how I had envisioned in my head. Stripes and houndstooth pattern worked surprisingly well together. The similar black and white color theme helped tied the pieces together without causing too much confusion to the eyes. The cropped top acted as a separator to allow one pattern to end and before another begins. Lastly, the flattering cut of the pencil skirt kept the entire outfit on the classy side without overpowering my figure. All in all, this is definitely a mix that I plan to repeat.

Hope you enjoyed this post, and wishing you guys a fabulous Tuesday!  


PJ Outerwear

(Photos by Marcus Lam: website and flickr)

Sweater: Zara

Pants: H&M (old)
Shoes: Burberry (scored from eBay)

Sunnies: Celine

I got these pants a long while back. To this day, it is still one of my most comfortable pants to wear that also happens to dress up any outfit without any effort on my part. While I adore this purchase of mine, I will also admit I can see how some folks will think I'm wearing my PJ pants out for a stroll. But if these pants are perceived to be a pair of PJ (which it really isn't!), then I will gladly pat myself on shoulder for taking my styling skill to a whole other level.

Hope you all had a fabulous Tuesday!