Is anyone home? Well, I haven’t been home (on here) for what seems like a decade, so this is my return note to say thank you for sticking with me especially via my other social media platforms.
It’s been one ride of a year and I truly hope you are coping and doing well. I really don’t want to dwell on how 2020 started and is still going, but all I can say is we should be grateful- we are still here. So keep your peace, be kind, take care of yourself more, show yourself extra love and kindness, and start that project. TAKE ACTION.
Oh winter, the season I love to hate. I love the fashion and not the season itself. There is something about winter fashion that I really love. Well, I love the layering, the boots, scarfs, coats, jackets and everything you choose to add to keep warm.
Are you ready for winter? Let me tell you about one thing you need to be winter ready.
Stay away from drama, but let your sleeves be dramatic like this Zara Top
Talking about variety, I love having varieties in my life and especially a versatile closet. Being a Corporate girl, I tend to wear boring button up shirt and as I mentioned in my last post, I am spicing things up a little and that’s another story altogether.
For my everyday outings, I try to veer away from boring tops and go for tops with statements like this pink Zara flared sleeves top …. I love how the sleeves are so dramatic and goodness its so soft and comfy too. It’s just so lovely how it moves with the wind.
In this series ..I will be sharing how I style my grey turtleneck dress 3 different ways.. Trust me, one look will surely resonate with you (so watch out for part 2 and 3). As you all may know, our current season in Australia is winter, and we are layering like crazy and the cold is coming high on us. This dress is my go-to for the moment, its very comfortable and not too short so I’m able to wear it for semi formal occasions like work, church and the in-between. By the way, do you remember me styling this dress …here?