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What I Wore Vol. 11

What I Wore Vol 11
Does this dress look familiar to you? Yeap! It’s the turquoise version of the purple dress I wore in What I Wore Vol. 5.

In the recent post I shared about Losing Weight, I’ve lost about 2kg at that time and since then I’ve lost another 1-2kg. Lost of appetite is one of the main cause among other contributing reasons. This dress has been fitting me nicely since post-depression 2 years ago. Now, it fits even nicer in my opinion as I’ve also lost that little tummy from What I Wore Vol. 5. The only thing I still don’t like about the dress is the low back. Don’t get me wrong. I like the idea of a low back dress but somehow it shows my boney spines. Bones that I never knew existed!

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What I Wore Vol. 9

What I Wore Vol. 9
This one is not so much of what I wore recently but more like what’s on my face. Oh by the way, I may start a new series of What I Wore – Face Edition 😛 . Let me know if you’re interested with that. It’s mainly on makeup used on my face lah.

Before I start with the fashion part of this, I wanna talk to you about the makeup. You must be wondering if there’s any makeup on my face. I wonder too LOL. You see, I’m very much into the American style makeup as you already are aware based on my heavy Instagram photos. I like the warm crease type of eye makeup with a winged eyeliner, contoured, bronzed and highligted face, as well as matte lipstick. That’s my style of makeup, regardless to events or everyday look. Then, everybody else I know are into Korean and Japanese style of makeup. You know, the type of makeup that is so sheer that it’s only noticeable when you’re 10cm away from their face. These are the type of makeup that doesn’t shows up on photos and these are the type of makeup I avoid. So one day I took out the Etude House Fantastic Color Eyes in #Strawberry Mojito palette. It has peach, pink, and green in the palette so I thought I should explore “out of my comfort zone” so-called. It looked absolutely beautiful on the eyes with all the blingy shimmers. But on photo? NOTHING. Just like the photo you see above. I do have tons of eye makeup on trust me lol 😛 . The thing is, I’ve been wearing the same palette for a few days and I didn’t even realized how sheer it is. I should have known better. I have always known actually. Nope. Korean or Japanese makeup is really not for me. Lesson learned.

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What I Wore Vol. 7

What I Wore 7
I paid an epic price for this dress. It was on clearance for RM9. Epic, right? So, after I was done at Guardian event, the girls wanted to shop at Padini as they had a massive sale at Starling Mall. One blogger told us a shirt was only RM6 and true enough, it was RM6. But the downside was, no trying are permitted. All of us walked around Padini and I have nothing to buy. Then one of the girl spotted this dress in red. I was immediately attracted to the white instead. The material is thick and it has lining on the inside making the entire dress super heavy but I don’t know why I ended up with a red dress. Perhaps I don’t own a lot of red dress so I decided to get the red instead.

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What I Wore Vol. 6

H&M Polka Dot Dress
I went to a Guardian event recently dressed casually as it was a dull week and the event I assumed will going to be a quick one. I knew there will be lunch served after the event and this dress from H&M is a tight one but since I don’t eat that much, it doesn’t bother me. I thought I was dressed too casual until a few ladies told me I look pretty as soon as I reached the venue. I guess it’s a nice dress afterall, eh?

Here’s a funny story. I had a discount voucher from H&M for registering for their newsletter way before H&M Online came about. They gave me a 20% OFF voucher and it is only to be used for store purchase only. I went to H&M with an intention of picking up a dress, saw this polka dot wrap dress, tried it and I couldn’t decide if I want to get this particular size or one size larger. Reason is, this dress is not stretchable and the only way to get into the dress is from the bottom. My size (the one I’m wearing) looked way nicer but a size larger is more comfortable and easier to get in. I left the store without this dress as I couldn’t decide. Fast forward to 2 weeks later, I found this dress on sale but one size larger. After a few stores visit, I accidentally stumbled upon this dress again. I bought it without much thinking. It’s half the price and it’s my size 😛

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What I Wore Vol. 1

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I meant to start a What I Wore series after mentioning briefly about it in my Prada Minimal Baroque Sunglasses post some time ago. It was supposed to be called Favourite Look of the Week, then I realized it’s harder for me to do it once a week. So, instead of choosing one favourite look from the entire week, I’m going to post one by one (if any). Hence this What I Wore series 😀

I have so many looks I wanted to talk about and I keep on forgetting about it. Let’s start today’s series with a simple one. A current casual wear which I have been sporting every now and then.

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Crocs Celebrate Individuality with ‘Come As You Are’ Campaign in Spring/Summer 2017 Collection and

Crocs Spring Summer 2017
I always said that we should be who we are, not somebody else. Everyone is different and unique in their own way. We should celebrate our own uniqueness and that is what Crocs is doing with its latest ‘Come As You Are’ global campaign. This campaign encourage the celebration of one’s uniqueness but at the same time sends a message to not limit ourselves. The ‘Come As You Are’ campaign was launched and led by celebrity brand ambassadors Drew Barrymore, John Cena, Yoona Lim and Henry Lau. Crocs is deploying this campaign throughout 2017 with social media hashtag #ComeAsYouAre and in its new Spring/Summer 2017 Collection.

Crocs Malaysia also officiate the opening of Suria KLCC’s latest retail concept store, which takes up a 947 sq. ft. in one of my favourite mall. This opening mark Crocs’ presence of 22 stores and 2 outlets in Malaysia. This new store is also fully equipped with the latest Crocs Spring/Summer 2017 collection, ranging from its iconic clog to new styles such as loafers, sandals, canvas sneakers, flip flops, heels and wedges in an array of vibrant colors and graphic prints.