Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Outfits
In the name of “research” for my burgeoning shopping list in Europe, I checked out Zara website and spotted a Chinese face for the August lookbook. Liu Wen, a fashion model who hails from Hunan province of China, looked impeccable in the feminine body hugging pieces, as well as the more androgynous apparels.
An elegant two-piece ensemble with delicate beaded details.3 Comments
Here are some of my outfits posted on Instagram (nick: msglitzy). With the smartphone, I attempt to take snapshots of my outfits as and when. It serves as a good reminder if I wanna repeat outfits in future. Yes, I am happy to admit that I wear the same outfits again and again.
Top to bottom Zara. Silk blouse, tapered pants: Zara | Heels: Ros Hommerson | Couch: Franc Franc7 Comments
Remember my travel packing post a couple of weeks ago? In this featured outfit, I am practising what I preached – I wore 2 online purchases that were waiting at my doorstep when I landed in London.4 Comments
I have a confession to make. I am officially obsessed with the Zara Look Books.
I thought I should also add that I am now in a wardrobe rationalization phase because there is just very limited space for new acquisitions in my good ole cupboard.
Alright，I shall not digress. Here are some pertinent takeaway from the most recent Zara look book for Spring/Summer:
Mix and match androgenous pieces in pastel colours, like an oversized blazer, trouser and shirt.3 Comments
For the month of November, Zara’s lookbook appeared distinctly different from previous months, the highlight were the soft prints and textures, deviating away from the bright colours and colourblock trends that were constantly showcased throughout the year.
What I took away from this lookbook is there is no rule in styling. I am sure most of us have similar pieces at home, but have never thought of putting them together in this manner.
1. Play with textures
Leather+Denim+Lace: The unlikely combination of casual and formal, hard and soft (I meant the fabric), feminine and rock chic. Defiant and individualistic.3 Comments
Indeed, the month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and as women, we can wear pink this month to spread the cause and message.
The other day, I was trying to mix and match with this skirt that I own and thought a bright pink top would do just the trick. And after rummaging my very crowded wardrobe, I am ashamed to report that I do not own a single piece of plain hot pink something. So yes, perhaps some retail therapy is needed and meanwhile let’s admire the myriad of pink available in the market.3 Comments
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