Top: Dorothy Perkins, Belt: Thrifted, Skirt: Melbourne, Cardigan: Topshop, Shoes: Far East Plaza, Singapore
While spring cleaning the contents of my laptop (i.e. making more space for downloads), I re-discovered this outfit picture from yonks ago and it made me realize two things. #1, that I seem to have misplaced that belt (damn), and #2, that I desperately need to get more cardigans. I only have that one black 3/4 sleeve from Topshop representin' the family of casual cover-ups known as cardigans. When you take into consideration the fact that I seem to wear it almost every other day, it might seem like a good choice to include a couple more in the wardrobe so that this poor one may find some rest.
3/4 denim shirt: Mum's, Tank top: Bonds, Dress: Bali, Indonesia, Shoes: Far East Plaza, Singapore
I bought very few things during my holiday at Bali, mostly cause it was just repetition of the same things, the only change being the aggressiveness of the seller. Anyway, this dress bought over there confirms a long-time suspicion of mine. Point number #3 to ruminate about for today: clothes manufactured in Asia discriminates against females who have the boobies. True-button-poppin'-fax.