I can’t say I’m a fan of the ill-fitting jacket or the strange mustard coloured top. However, there’s a certain mismatched charm and quirkiness to the whole ensemble. Might be the cute boots! Still, I’d like this outfit a lot more if the jacket was a fitting one.
You know what they say; if you got it, flaunt it! The key however, is to not go overboard in showing skin. Legs or midriff, and not both. You don’t want to get mistaken for one of those hookers along Geylang.
Channel Nicole Richie’s effortlessly bohemian chic style with a floor-length kimono dress with pretty flower prints and grecian sandals. You can never go wrong with this look! Just remember to jazz up your look with more accessories.
In a world of bad fashion, this ranks pretty low on the list. In a nutshell, this is just boring, and also pretty much how typical Singaporeans (unfortunately) dress when they head to town. UNACCEPTABLE. Repeat after me: Shorts and a t-shirt and appropriate attire ONLY for places like Tampines Mall and Ang Mo Kio Hub.
I’m sure this was an attempt to emulate some form of Taiwanese or Japanese school girl look but unfortunately it’s just.. not cute you know? If you are going to try to imitate a look, never half-ass it, because it just falls flat, and terribly.
Aww isn’t this just a sweet picture of “what the hell were you thinking when you got up to dress this morning”? I don’t even want to begin to talk about what’s wrong with the clothes in this picture because there’s just too much ugly to contend with. I’m overwhelmed. Excuse me while I not look at this picture anymore.