The weekend is so near, yet so far! I'm extremely excited for this weekend because I'm gonna be watching the F1 Malaysian Grand Prix live! I've always gone with my dad who is a fan since I was young, so it's nice to know that I finally am able to pay for his ticket to watch the race and it's good seats! Life has been a roller coaster of unusual expectations but everything has been well so far and I hope it has been for you too. I've been craving to do more creative stuff and to photograph but I've yet to have the time and chance to do so. Hopefully I find the time soon.
Top: Black tank top, CottonOn
Bottom: Ripped boyfriend jeans, Forever21
Outer: Knitted cardigan, Yessica
Shoes:Thick platform creepers, Unbranded
Decided to go simple for this outfit. Mad love for my Lime Crime Velvetine, Teddy Bear. One tip for boyfriend/baggy jeans, try to wear a pair of shoes that will elevate your height so that the baggy fit doesn't take away your height, especially for the shorter girls like me. Also, if any of you guys are attending the F1 Malaysian Grand Prix, be sure to wear something light, comfortable and airy because it's gonna get so hot! Ooo the more I think about it, the more excited I get. Anyway, until here, I hope you're all well!

Styling Midi Skirts

I've always been a fan of midi skirts even though I may not wear it often. Midi skirts have been in trend for many years and though the trend may have slowed down, it doesn't mean you shouldn't have one in your closet! The midi skirt is a staple for every woman - no matter your age, size or height, it will flatter your body in the right ways. Oh, and these midi skirts are perfect for both chilly and warm weathers. You could were it here in Malaysia or pack it along for your next Autumn/Winter holiday trip elsewhere! There are many different ways to style midi skirts from a more casual day-to-day look to formal wear. The midi skirt is versatile and can really be dressed up and down, all in one skirt. Here are my favourite stylish midi skirt outfits that you could try on.
1.    The edgy style is truly my style. Though I've gained weight and have avoided the crop top since, this combination is an easy casual look to put together. The spiked ear cuffs add a more rebellious touch to the whole look. Slip into a pair of sneakers or creepers and your look is done!

2.    A great way to style midi skirts is by layering on a chunky top. This look would be better for more chilly places, so best to wear when you're out of Malaysia for a holiday. Wear a flare floral midi skirt to make it more feminine and add some 'poof' to your bottom. 

3.    Pleated midi skirts are in trend and gives a different texture/style to the everyday midi skirt we usually see. Easily paired with anything, my option would be to pair it with some suede boots for a mixed textured look. Switch to a pair of ankle suede boots or flats if you're wearing this outfit in a warmer place.

4.    The classic way to style the midi skirt is by going for a more formal look. A pair of dainty pumps and a sleeved top of any kind would be perfect for a brunch event or a wedding event. I personally think this style fits everyone and elevates their elegance aura.

5.    Though not too much of my style, I love seeing people with darker skin tones dressed in more vibrant hues when style the midi skirt. A gold/bling belt to pair with bright colourful heels, throw on your favourite midi skirt with a white top and you're all set. If you're not up for heels, switch to a bright coloured pair of flats instead.
While the above are the different ways I would style a midi skirt, there a plenty more ways to style it to suit your own personal taste. Remember, walk with confidence and feel beautiful in your own skin no matter how you pair that midi skirt. I hope this post was helpful even though it certainly is something far different from my usual posts. Till here, I hope you're all well! Nx

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When people say, 'Your makeup is too dark' or ' You look like you're from the Addams family' or 'You were too much black, you need to wear more colourful clothing', the expect me to care or change but I really don't and won't. I don't see why I can't dress or look the way I do? I enjoy dressing up like this and putting on makeup like this. If anyone tells you otherwise, ignore it and just do you. Though obviously I don't dress or put on makeup like this often to work because, professional workspace, when I'm like this out shopping, please don't tell me otherwise. That rant aside, I had a pretty good week and yay tomorrow is a public holiday! More time to chill at home.
Dress: Side slit basic dress, Cotton On
Bag: Soft leather tote bag, Longchamp
Shoes: Thick platform creepers, Unbranded
I wore this out for a date day out with Kieran, celebrating our 5th anniversary. Oh how time has passed. Loved him more than I did the first day we started dating. On another note, and a non sponsored note, the new Chanel No5 is so bloody amazing! Its so light and fresh, just thought I would let you guys know. I frankly love it even though it is on the more pricey end. 
Anyway, I'm heading out soon, have to get ready and all. I hope you're all well and truly doing what you're doing because you enjoy it. Don't stay onto something because someone told you so or because everyone else is doing it. Do it because you think is right and good for you. Till here, I hope you're all well! Nx