I walked around Jalan Telawi at Bangsar area recently in the search of good food and to bring around my friend who came all the way from Kelantan. Instead, what I got was more of staring eyes, perhaps I suspect, at my arrow print jeans and perhaps the light yellow socks peeking out from the denim flood pants. But it is all fine by me, because the pastel/ faded hue that I try to don every now and then has finally got what it deserves here...
A posterior view of the customised lady's cotton blazer from H&M. I cringe at the thought of having too bravely chopping off the originally long-sleeved blazer. Now it looks more like a matronly garment rather than a youngster's top.
These Sanders are a new addition to my slowly expanding footwear collection. A British label harking back to 1873, I personally adore the simplistic (classic) design the label exudes, and they don't cost as much as the growingly commercial Church's. And from the website I had came to know that the shoes I bought are from the Jack model. Oh after looking at the price on-line and I'm quite relieved that I was not overly charged for these shoes, which I bought at The Denim Store in Singapore's Mandarin Gallery.
The relatively affordable price tag on-line means possible purchase via the Internet, but alas the rather steep shipping fee again deters me from doing so. Perhaps this retailer should follow the footsteps of LN-CC's wallet-friendly strategy of exempting delivery fees.
Wearing H&M customised blazer, B.U.M undershirt, thrifted arrow print pants from Chic POP, Uniqlo socks, Sanders shoes, Celine bag, D&aG watch