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“Less is More”

“Less is more..”

Have you ever heard that quote?
I am thinking it will be applicable for fashion as well.. 
Because i love simplicity and basic colour on my outfit.. And everyday i try to improve my fashion sense into something more daily and versatile look.. Black colour actually is a must for me, even though i had mention before i am not a fan of black colour (yes! because i am very open to bright colour), but found the fact that black really helpful to coordinate the outfit and seems it’s completing the look, make it look more elegant and classy..

And i found houndstooth pattern is never die.. Yes, now all vintage stuff becoming trend again.. Maxi skirt, retro prints, etc.. And on this look i paired the vintage element with something simple but “sweet” detail. Lately i also look into more ankle strap heels, and i found this heels from zara. Nude heels will have the effect elongating the legs.. Which is very good for my shortie legs, LOL! 

Nowadays, i found more and more people have better style and good sense of fashion.. I can see from those online blogshop and other online fashion shops offer more variety on style because the market demand.. Oh, talking about online shop, been shopped a lot for this few months, i think next month will be banned myself from over-shopping again.. haha wish me luck then… T.T

I’ve been loving Amber Sceats jewelery because their design are adorable and the most important, they are nickel free, suitable for my sensitive skin..

Simply love the back detail from the blouse, effortlessly chic, haha..

OOTD Detail:
~ Yeona blouse Love Bonito (inner layer from Zara basic)
~ Houndstooth pattern Flare Skirt from taobao
~ Wallet on chain Prada Saffiano
~ Ankle strap nude heels from Zara 
~ Accessories: Amber sceats Swirl Ring and Captive Bracelet from joelle accessories

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