Don’t you just love it when clothes can do more than what they were intended for?
Gosh! It has been ages since my last studio photography –– I have always wanted to do one but never had the chance or the time to really do it. Last week, an opportunity presented itself and I couldn’t be more excited. I immediately thought of a few ideas and from there on, I researched and found myself a studio. Why not branch out from my usual on location shoot and do something a little different? I thought that it was time for me to refresh the contents on my blog. Prior to this shoot I actually brought a bunch of outfits to shoot, but I didn’t have enough time to shoot every single one, and so, I chose three of my favourites, which can be seen in this blog post.
WOW! I’m still in awe that we’re only two months away from entering a new year; to think that 2015 is almost is kinda sad and exciting at the same time. I’m excited about what is to come for the next year and hopefully I will be doing something meaningful and wonderful, but before that I definitely want to enjoy Christmas as it is one of my favourite holidays. Are you guys excited about the upcoming holidays?
Let’s face it when the weather get colder all that you want to do is wear something that is comfortable but will still keep you warm. This outfit post, I did just that and of course I added some statement pieces to make this look cool and edgy. I don’t what it is but lately I’m obsess with knitwear and and turtleneck –– there’s just something about it that exudes elegance and sophistication. For this look, I kept it simple by wearing the Zara turtleneck sweater in navy blue and Zara knit trousers in navy blue as well. To not look like a deep blue ocean, I wore my Adidas Originals Superstar 2 sneakers and to give it the edge, I wore my THPShop Bound Cuffs.
Sweater and Trousers by ZARA | Superstar 2 sneakers by Adidas Originals | Bound Cuffs by THPShop