Tuesday, 28 October 2014


While most of you are either confused over the weather or already bundled up in layers, I'm still over here enjoying the tropical weather of Bangkok. Although its being raining quite often, it’s still very sunny and I have no problem with that since I honestly dislike the cold.
The bright shades of green in this outfit are perfect summer colours. While the leopard print turban adds a great pop of colour and is perfect for those bad hair days. I simply accessorized this with hoops since I felt the turban was enough of a statement in this look. This skirt was previously styled here and I have it in both blue and orange which I have styled on the blog a couple times.


Skirt, Scarf: Street Market // Top: Maxteen // Pumps: New Look // Clutch: Here 

 See the turban tutorial here
Any suggestions on strapless bra’s guys? The one I have offers no support and makes my boobs look smaller.

Link up at Becauseshannasaidso

Sunday, 26 October 2014


White is such a refreshing colour and you can’t go wrong with it, well unless you get dirty that is. Today I felt so angelic and girly but sadly by the end of the day I had already messed up my skirt (sigh). This skirt was previously styled here, this time I paired it with my lace top and white pumps. I then cinched in my waist with my thrifted belt and finished the look with my white pumps and a red lip for a pop of colour

Music every Sunday morning is a must for me while I get ready for church and the song "No Limits" by Israel Houghton caught me, hence the title of this post. My interpretation of the song was simple, sometimes we limit God when we rely on our own strength. God shows himself when we put our faith in him, it’s still something I struggle with but trust me faith pays.

Top: H&M // Skirt: Choies (Here) ( Alternative) // Pumps: Bershka // Belt: Thrifted

What songs have spoken to you lately?

Thursday, 23 October 2014


This is one of those outfits you'll find me in on my casual or laid back days. Although this outfit would definitely look better with heels, I quite like it with the white sneakers. I would wear this for a day shopping, casual hang out or possibly a date. This skirt was previously styled here.

Lol can you see my heels in the background? For those who don't know, I take all my blog-post pictures all in one day. This saves time and allows me to be more consistent in my posts.

Skirt: Street Market // Top: Bershka // Clutch: F&F // Shoes, Necklace: H&M

What is a casual outfit like for you?

Link up Mixmatchfashion

Wednesday, 22 October 2014


If thrifting is wrong then I don't want to be right. To think that before this was something to be embarrassed about but now its quite trendy and a thing of pride to get amazing pieces at ridiculous prices. I mean who doesn't love stylish items for a bargain, I know I do. I have been thrifting more often that usual due to the fact that well the clothes are less expensive and they are more conservative, I can find knee length and properly fitted skirts and pants.

I picked up this skirt, scarf and belt on one of my recent yet unexpected trips to the thrift shop. I was bored and walking around and I found an amazing thrift shop near to my place, I'm definitely going back soon. I purchased the skirt for 100 Baht( $3), the scarf and belt for 50 baht ($1.50) each, amazing right?
For church yesterday I simply paired this blue skirt with a basic white T, tied a scarf bow. Then added my belt and snakeskin pumps to complete the look.

Skirt,Belt,Scarf: Thrifted // Top: Street Market // Heels: Footin

What are your thoughts on thrifting?