Sunday, December 27, 2015

Knitted Floral

Inner spaghetti top // Uniqlo
Knitted floral cropped hoodie // H&M 
Denim skirt // Milktee
Black tote // Gifted 
Pink sneakers // Nike 

Hi everyone! It's my turn to post this weekend, and I'm bringing you this sporty yet feminine outfit. The knitted floral top is really unique, when I saw it, I knew it was just my style (even YT thought so too!). So well, of course I had to get it. It has a hoodie at the back, and it makes it even more special. 

I really like this outfit as it's a pretty feminine yet sporty one, the balance is just right. With the floral print on a sporty shaped crop hoodie, I paired it with a super feminine denim skirt with frayed ends and brought back the sportiness with my pink sneakers. The asymetrical hem balanced out with the long sleeves on the top. 

Sometimes, it's good to think of balance when dressing up. Like if it it's too heavy on the top, then it would be better to wear something a little streamlined and lightweight at the bottom. But of course, this is just a guide, if you feel like wearing everything heavy, then you go girl! Do you thing! This is where different styles are born with the same piece of clothing. 

That's all from me! Have a good week ahead guys! 
// Jenny 

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Lost Angeles

Statement Tee // Cotton On
Highwaisted Jeans
Half sneakers // H&M
Backpack // Primark Atmosphere
Bracelet // Lokai

Hey guys! Today I'm bringing another favourite uni outfit of mine. I know I've been posting a lot of uni outfits lately but it is where I spent most of my time after all. But fret not, it is now the long awaited semester break so you can expect more outing-ish outfits from me in the near future!

The highlight of this outfit is definitely the witty, punny statement tee, with "I Lost Angeles" written on it. When I saw it, I had to buy it. I mean, how many t-shirts out there can actually make you laugh out loud? I was in the mood to mix around with a little colour (yep, colour for me means grey and blue HAHA) so I paired the tee with a ripped highwaisted jeans instead of going with the standard black colour bottom, adding that extra bit of edge.

This is actually one of the non-black outfits that I really really like just because the colour combo turns out really nicely! The outfit is really casual yet still well put-together in my opinion. I definitely felt invincible in uni wearing something that is totally me. In the end, that's what outfits are supposed to do right? Making you feel like you've got your superwoman suit on. ;)

What's your own superwoman suit combo? Let me know!