Photographs by dear mom : )
(Zara jumper, Monki dress, Bag courtesy of Joy & Peace, Forever 21 boots.)
Usually I wouldn’t put that much animal prints in one outfit, but somehow I found the two shades of leopard prints very chic-looking when put together.The Zara jumper makes a lovely contrast which I’m very pleased with. When it comes to bags, I have the feeling that I should always make a statement – not necessarily a brand statement cox I’m not too much of a brand person, but a visual statement. You guys remember me carrying a oversized clutch that’s bigger than my body, or a clutch with vivid prints that makes a centre piece itself. So my point is to always make a point with the bag – or else I would go with my camera bag for its functionality – which is unfortuately a common case.
This outfit is so very me. I feel most comfortable in loose-fitting tops and sheer flowy midi skirts – simply because in such combination I don’t have to worry about my body shape at all (That would be the typical buffet outfit according to my mom.) I mean, wearing something comfortable doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice style, work on the colurs and prints instead it would make a big difference – throw away your baggy black tops now, it doesn’t help anyone!
Stay comfy! : P