Friday, December 14, 2012

It warms the inside just like it should.











(Incognito anorak, Nastygal. Leopard muscle tee, Topshop. Studded denim shorts, New Look)

Love the last shot despite having my face and shoes cut off. Iqah and her constant attempt at capturing me in my most unglam moment. Tskk.

I like to start off by saying how amazing this anorak is! It is currently my favourite outerwear in my wardrobe. I like that the olive green colour gives off this military feel and I'm loving the oversized fit. I've been contemplating on getting this anorak for the longest time cause boyfriend kept teasing me on how it looks like a raincoat. I ignored him and went ahead to buy the anorak. I never regretted my decision. It's perfect for Singapore's weather these days too.

Currently, I'm obsessed with anything crop and lace, so in addition to the River Island lace tee I got at Asos last week, I purchased a long sleeve lace crop top from H&M that day. I am madly in love with it! Can't wait to wear it out and get it photographed. The only problem is I don't know what bottom to pair the top with. High waist jeans/pants is pretty much the only option for me now. I really need to stop buying dresses and tops and start buying more bottoms. Any recommendations on what I should get? A skater skirt perhaps?

11 comments:

  1. hey syirin! may i know where did u purchase those studs that u DIY on the clothes in the other post?

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    1. Hello! I got them from ebay. about $5 for 150 pieces!

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  2. THANKS for the info. may i know how did u diy it on your clothes please? thanks!

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    1. It's pretty easy babe! The studs are lined with 4 prongs at the back for attachment. So all you have to do is pock the studs on the area you want it to be, and use your fingers to fold the prongs down.

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  3. Hi! I know it's a little strange to comment on a post all the way back from 2012 but I just stumbled on your blog.. May I know what size your anorak is/your height for reference? I've been wanting to buy the anorak for a long time (and it's still available on Nastygal to my surprise!) but I'm not too sure about sizing...

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    2. Hi, I stand at 165 cm and I got the anorak in size S! Hope this helps!

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    3. Thanks for the prompt reply!! :)

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  4. Sorry just one more question - have you tried putting it in the washing machine? Because it says dry-clean only...

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    1. Got it. Thanks again! :)

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