A Fashion Experiment

Friday, December 23, 2011

I was very hyped today and getting all creative with my outfit. I decided to wear this oversized top as a dress and paired it with some deadly heels.
What I wore: brown oversized top Bangkok • black suede heels Parisian • white & gold watch Claire's (Japan) • gold bracelets Robinson's Place • feather earrings from Abi
I was even scared because it might not look like a dress. But I was glad that I made it work. There are really some key pieces in our wardrobes that can actually be stunning but we tend to ignore them especially if we thought they are outdated.
Remember that fashion is just a cycle. We will decide on how we can make an outfit work or make it look new and modern. A few accessories will also help to give it that simple outfit an extra oomph.


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Don't be afraid to be creative.

Always experiment with your look.


Dig your old closet and even your mom's for some valuable pieces.

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