aka classic forever pieces…
Taking a break from my current skincare obsession, I thought I’d momentarily shift the focus to building a new style wardrobe. While I was living in NZ, I managed to get a start with my winter capsule and I quite enjoyed the process of intentional curation. Since moving back to Singapore, I’ve been too busy with the other stuff to even begin to think about rebuilding a whole entire style wardrobe (getting married and setting up home can be a lot of work… who knew?). But now that we’ve got a handle on things, I think it’s the perfect time to get this project going.
The first step to rebuilding a style wardrobe? Identifying your wardrobe staples.
raw edges, frayed finishes = effortless chic
Hi guys! I’m slowly – begrudgingly – settling into the Singapore swing of things… Don’t get me wrong, I love Singapore but the hustle and bustle gets me down and wishing I was back in AU/NZ. The good news is that I’m now back within a 30-minute radius of a ZARA store and really, that’s all that matters, isn’t it?
Admittedly I’ve been living under a little fashion rock the past few months but the look I’m most into right now has got to be raw edges and frayed finishes, especially on denim. Think: your most-loved basics updated with a major dose of cool factor. Frayed finishes are definitely the new way to wear effortless chic. At the top of my fraying shopping list is a pair of cropped skinny denims from Mango… so freakin’ cool!
I’m in the fray… are you?
statement sunnies by Le Spec // Botkier crossbody // oversized knit from Country Road //
Ash peep-toe boots // leather pants by H&M (on sale!)