Friday, August 28, 2009

sailor's hat

I've been looking out for one of these for ages, and right now I'm even more excited to get it. Anyone know where I can get a boater hat here in sunny singapore? Else I will just try my hands online.

Thanks in advance

Monday, August 24, 2009

that dress...

is gorgeous... Get it here from Thriftwares on ebay

Saturday, August 22, 2009

little treasures

I'm constantly on a look out for sweet lil things to be discovered and shared. And thanks to Bloesem, I've discoverd two new designers with different styles and asthetics and yet oh-so wonderful.

Who can resist such adorable looking brooches? Depeapa is handmade in a little home base studio in Spain by a very talented artist. The illustration on the brooches are originally drawn.

For more Depeapa designs, click here

Next up is by a designer so close to home, she resides in Hong Kong and has the most precious jewelry ever. Yellowgoat is the literal translate of the designer's name, Huang Yang. From lovely brass head to little trinklets, there's always a hidden surprise in her designs.

To shop, click here

Friday, August 21, 2009

Birds on a dunk

Gone are these beautiful dunk. Finally had the time and headed down to Pedder Red to only find out that these super cute dunk are SOLD OUT. I want those pink birdie ones.

A collaboration between Nike and Paule Marrot Edition, the famed French textile designer known for his patterns. Remaking the traditional dunks to fit the female feet, yet keeping the essence of the original dunks, the Nike Skinny Dunk is born with cute lil birdie prints all over.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Basic pieces

From my new favourite streetstyle blog, Copenhagen Streetstyle, I've rediscovered how simple basic pieces that can be found in most wardrobes can look so chic and put together.

I still can't believe he's a postman. Never in a million year would I have guessed. Maybe the postmen in Copenhagen are cooler sartorial beings.

Boyfriend jeans + plaid blouse is not a combination I'd ever try with pointy heels. But hey, it works!

Everything looks so basic about here but yet so cool.

Rope it

The one thing that stands out in this street style photo by The Sartorialist is the super thick rope used as a dog leash. It makes such a cool accessory.