Sometimes I feel superficial.
I feel like I devote waaaaay too much time and effort to my wardrobe
and various knickknacks that i want to buy to add on to it.
I curate my wardrobe like how I would a gallery.
I ruthlessly edit it one every three months or so
and remove things I am no longer in love with.
If I won't wear it now, why would I wear it in the future?
I drop by high street stores when I can and poke around for their latest offerings.
Or I read fashion mags/blogs/reports and pick out
what I like in terms of cutting, style, details and color and then,
source for items that are similar to add on to my collection.
Occasionally I develop obsessions -
like crochet trimmed anything, maxi skirts, blush tones etc.
Recently, it was my metallic toe cap shoes craze and
now I am veering towards everything mint.
Terrible, ain't it?
I am balancing this need to own everything pretty I see
vs my logical rational mind to stop buying every pretty thing I see.
It's tough working in fashion.
Tougher to be a shopaholic.
more metallic toe-cap shoes. *sheepish*
but how can you resist blush + rose gold???
new woven sandals for maxis and sundresses.
upcoming WILLOW top in white :)
i need to get more tops, realised i have loads of bottoms
but no tops to go with them :(
went on a tech spree this week. dies.
CM-PB on one friday..
and again on ANOTHER friday.
bye jess! good luck for your trip!
my friends keep flying in and out of the country :(
i kept telling YC floral prints are in.
He told me that my bustier looked like something that got dyed wrongly.
upcoming WILLOW mullet skater :)
crazy over such hems these days.
and its amazing what kind of pictures instagram can take-
everything just looks too good.
and lastly, the most thoughtful wedding invite ever -