Bright Pink and Fluffy Bunny

(style type:) casual || (wearing:) Mum's bright pink jacket, Oasap peter pan collar necklace, blue inner vest.

This post title is so brainless. But anyway, I decided to do a outfit post with my bunny.


To me fashion is an art. Its magic. It can make one feel confident and beautiful. Sewing; putting together pieces instill in me some strong desire; a wish; a hope. My dream is not just to be a famous designer in a prestigious fashion house. But instead to sit in those sewing rooms with just fabrics surrounding, embellishments, thread, a mannequin. Creating clothes with impact is what's important.

Fashion is beyond "just something we wear". Its our identity. Its what others perceive of us. It is an expression. Its not about following trends because true style is timeless. Not about following celebrity style. You can't call yourself stylish if you're copying someone else's style.

Pretty In Pink

On a Wedsday, in a cafe, I watched it begin again.

(style type:) sweet pastel || (wearing:) Teensy floral shirt, vintage necklace, dark blue culottes.

My second personal style post so far. This was taken at my study desk, don't you love the pink coloured paper with some doodles in the background? I made it last year, and believe me, its pretty effective for cheering me up. There's one doodle that goes, "I LOVE MY TEDDY BEARS". and another one has "I'M FABULOUS". So much for being modest.

I am just going to inject randomly here that: I love my bunny! Yesterday she managed to sneak out of her cage, and just came crashing to my room at like, midnight. This is probably an appropriate time to go:

I have literally hundreds of pictures of her in my phone. (Shameless advertising: I upload lots more pictues of my bunny on my instagram account @iheartrabbits //hint hint// )
Also, have you guys heard the song Begin Again by Taylor Swift?

Oh So Dotty

(style type:) vintage || (wearing:) c/o Oasap peter pan collar necklace, Guess sunglasses, Brandless polka dotted shorts, c/o Oasap bag.

So this is my first ever personal style post! This outfit is really cute, don't you think? Must be the pants...But anyway, I took this picture at home, and originally wanted to title this as "Admiring Plastic Flowers" (gosh). "Oh So Dotty" isn't much better either. I really need help with name-giving. Guess what my bunny is called? Cutie. Oh So Creative (not!)

/I should probably insert a close-up picture here, but. can I say #YOLO? I swear yolo is one of the most overused words//

I'm so happy with the bag, it happens to fit my polaroid camera perfectly. Maybe its just the size, the bag is seriously so beyond cute. And I've changed my mind, #YOLO, here's a close-up of the bag/ dotty pants: 

The necklace is made of metal alloy and it has lovely flower patterns closeupofnecklace by Oasap. Have a nice day everyone! :)

What is street style?

I follow quite a number of personal style (fashion) blogs via bloglovin. Don't you feel that now, most owners of popular personal style blogs have glamorous lives, can afford expensive clothes, go to great parties, meet famous people (like Chiagra from theblondesalad meeting Ed Westwick, the actor who played Chuck Bass in the popular hit TV show, Gossip Girl).

 You call it street style, but is only wearing designer brands still street style? 

 Practically though, I think most of us can’t afford to dress like that all the time. Sometimes I would walk past a roadside stall and see amazing clothes yet at cheap prizes. Perhaps the durability of the clothing isn’t as good but the design is flawless. I feel that there should be more fashion blogs that actually has affordable street style.

 Nonetheless, I still have this sense of awe when looking at that photos, and that's why I follow these blogs on bloglovin. I guess it'll be something that can't be changed. The blog owners, such as Chiagra Ferragni of TheBlondeSalad, practically lead the dream life everybody, including me, wants to have. I love re-posting their outfits (with credit, of course!) and the expensive clothes do look extremely appealing and fashionable. Their supply of bags, shoes, accessories seem never ending and they never have to repeat an outfit. Do you think the true essence of street style is affordable things everyone can wear on the street or the high-fashion-designer outfits we see?