MONOCHROMATIC BLACK





I’ve been very much anticipating the winter season, just to bring out all of my beloved jackets and coats that have been dusting in the closet for months. At the moment, I appreciate the pairing of leather jackets with soft and feminine camisoles. Although the contrast between the two is evident, it just comes to show that opposites can pair perfectly well with one another.

Aside from fixating over leather jackets and winter attire, I also can’t seem to dress in any shade other than black. It’s been seemingly difficult for me to integrate colors into my wardrobe these days, since black appears to be the best and easiest color to pair with practically every outfit. I dread the days of having to flip through my rack of clothes to figure out what color I’d like to wear and which pair of colored shoes it would match seamlessly with.

Overall, eliminating colors from my wardrobe spared me so much time getting dressed in the morning. Anything that can help shorten my process of readying for the day, then I’m all for it.



Zara motor jacket | Nicole Vienna watch | Delphine blouse | Public Desire boots | F21 velvet choker
(Photos by Ryan Chua)

SILKY SATIN





Noa Elle blouse | Daniel Wellington watch | Aldo heels & shades | F21 choker

Whether I’m lounging around in the contentment of my own home or wandering out and about, I've always been fond of satin clothing. I'm drawn to the sophisticated, silky feel of the material, such as this farrah blouse from Noa Elle. It's one out of the many neutral and dreamy garments from their holiday collection.

Considering that this look has more of a romantic and bohemian touch from the delicate bell sleeves to the over-the-shoulder detail, this was slightly out of my ordinary wear. Nonetheless, it's always nice to alternate your style from time to time.
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LITTLE BLACK DRESS






Marie Hell dazzle dress | Zara motor jacket | Aldo shades

Lately, I've remained very much drawn to minimal clothing. I'm also in the process of revamping my wardrobe to having more minimum pieces to layer upon, such as this dazzle dress from Marie Hell.

Wearing this undeniably reminds me of a modern-day version of Wednesday from The Addams Family, which I'm sure can easily pass as Halloween attire. As proper as this little black dress may seem, I also like the fact that I can throw on a classic motor jacket over it to instantly change the mood of the entire ensemble and give it more of an edgier feel.

All things considered, I think it's essential for girls to own a LBD in their wardrobe. It's elegant and effortlessly simple to dress either up or down. Garments don't always have to be abstract and obscure to be notable. Occasionally, it's the more modest pieces that draws attention in a negligible way.