Sunday, September 12, 2010

Demenagement

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Andrew Gn's Fall 2010

Everything sounds better in French, I do agree.

Andrew Gn was inspired by a Louis XV commode in his apartment in Paris. What is a commode? It's just a fancy schmancy way of saying the cabinet drawer thingy.

Imagine at a press conference and he goes, "Yes, I experienced a burst of inspiration when I saw the drawers down the hallway. And as I visualised different outfits that could pop out from that piece of furniture... I saw stains."

But now, since it a COMMODE, that's a different thing. Ok, here's how a commode looks like

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Let's roll -

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Inspired by female genitalia more like.

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Cute!

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Expensive.

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With the right accessories and attitude, this can be a rocking outfit.

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So chic.

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Sewing machine catastrophe.

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Something I could see at Zara.

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Love!

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Undecided.

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Decadence.

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I do love some of his outfits but I feel his choice of material and designs, sometimes would suit a more mature and Eastern European audience.

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And this is what the "more mature, Eastern European" lady's young and hip daughter would wear.

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All peaches and cream ladies would smolder in this gown here - Nicole Kidman, please wear this!

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Very Elie Saab.

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Salt and Saltier. Angelina Jolie for this number please!

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Undecided.

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Match this up with a studded leather jacket and any hot Royal will be out to party in this.

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Nonetheless, thank you Andrew.

Mulberry Fall 2010

Alexa Chung was in town. Mulberry flew her specially into our tiny dot of an island for the absolutely glitzy ritzy event organised by Club 21.

No, we were not invited.

Nonetheless! It was still a gorgeous event to behold!

Mulberry's Fall collection just puts me into a Chrismassy mood with their smooth brocade prints to luscious faux fux tiny jackets. There is a mixture of looks which suits the hooker wannabes like Taylor Momsen to New Yorker MILFs.

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If the model doesn't look good in this, I doubt lesser mortals like us can. This is why accessories and big hair is a must (diversion tactics).

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Not too sure we ladies want to add weight to our other/lower half.

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But it looks way better up there!

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Cutesy little pixie! I love the little peek-a-boo mini layering

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Major love to the designer Emma Hill

There are so many bloggers gushing like little school girls in pigtails over Alexa Chung and I wish I could feel the utter glee they feel too. I guess I'm just bored with Alexa Chung. I have heard of her when she was a VJ and then famous girlfriend of Alex from Arctic Monkeys. I mean, how many times can someone be the "IT" girl, like dang people, I'm bored. In the UK/Europe, she's the It girl and in the states, it's freaking Deschanels. They are both gorgeous of course. I do love Alexa's granny-chic style and devil-may-care attitude; but aren't there other style icons to gush over? Like, my sweet darling Daisy Lowe or Lily Cole or Georgia Jagger or Jos├ęphine de La Baume.

I do want to see Alexa Chung in person.

I want to see if she does look possessed like she does in most pictures I see her in.

You know what I'm talking about.

Non?

Example down here.

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I still prefer her in long hair though she resembles Keira.

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Sweetness.

Monday, August 23, 2010

the woes of being plus-sized.

I just got 'reprimanded' by my schoolmates about the 'inappropriateness' of the clothes I wear to school. Apparently, I wear clothes which are too revealing. It's annoying how slimmer girls can get away with whatever they wear.

For example, today:
I wore a pink top with long sleeves and a Chinese collar (which on hindsight looks absolutely hideous), paired with my favourite black fluff short skirt and thick brown tights.
This girl told me not to wear short skirts anymore. This is the 2nd time she has done it, and she isn't that close to me.
The other time she said that to me, I was wearing a skirt which I agreed was entirely too short for school. (the red fluff one) So fine about that one. But I really do not think my black fluff skirt is too short.

Another girl whom I am closer to said the same thing but only because she thought the fluff skirts made me look fat. And that I should stick to dark colours because I'm plump. Also that I should reserve my fluff skirts for clubs.

I really don't agree with the 'plump people should wear dark tones so they can look slimmer' logic. I've seen plump people who just wear black stuff and they just look sombre - and equally as plump. I think prints and the cut of the clothes will make a person look slimmer, not the colour of the clothes. FLIP MAGAZINES! I have come across some magazines which teach plump people how to dress and it's all about drawing the eyes away from the problem areas, not wearing dark sombre clothes. THEY ARE IN COLOURS. COLOURS!

As for my fluff skirts, I'm not going to retire them!
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Hello. This is cute.
And I think more fluff = make thighs/waist look slimmer.

It's so annoying when people who stick to safe clothes tell me what to wear and what not to wear. I experiment because it's my last year in school. DUH.
But I do need a radical change of wardrobe - it's full of stuff that I don't wear anymore. I'm looking at those broomstick long skirts that float down the stairs. (please google - I don't have a nice picture)

I'm so drastic - going from short skirts to super long ones.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Japan Fashion Japan

At work, I look at a lot of numbers that my eyes go criss-cross. SO! Every now and then, I would give my eyes a break and check out fashion blogs or food blogs.

One of the blogs I check out is street style Japan fashion - http://www.japanesestreets.com

Seriously I never thought Singaporeans dress bad, more like there are people who just don't put in the effort to dress up or they forget how fun it is to wear something cute or something they like and feel damn good about it.

Japanese people on the other hand usually look like they come from planet who-the-hell-cares-as-long-as-i-like-it. They either look like space monkeys or fashion maestros to me. What about you? Decide yourself!

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Her handbag = LOVE.

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Can't decide if this is a dude or a dudette?!!

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Polka dots on men seem to be quite popular there. Very Comme Des Garcons.

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This guy has the "gonna get raped" look and sweetheart, with knees like that, please wear longer pants.

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I love how this guy is wearing genital prints. Werk it.

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CUTE! Very Chalk/Topshop. I would wear this. Gimme gimme!

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Ok I put her in coz I think she's cute. Sue me.

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Love how they infuse traditional with contemporary. Fashion forwardness!

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Yes I go to the supermarket in my kimono! Peas please! Tomorrow I shall go to NTUC in my Mustafa bought SIA Girl kebaya!

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Japanese hobo chic

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This lady is a Kindergarden Teacher I KID YOU NOT!

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Cute proportions

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I can't NOT laugh when I look at him. And for god's sake, get some Vitamin C for your crooked legs.

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I WANT HER WHOLE OUTFIT!!!!

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Super cute skirt for Therese Rabbit!

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You can either look freaky chic or pretty freak.

At the end of the day, if you are pretty
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You can look good in anything, like this granny frumpilicious here.

Notice how majority of these fashionistas are not wearing figure hugging clothes - I absolutely love that. You do not have to look overtly sexy to feel pretty or look cute. Great style forever.

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