here are some pictures from awhile ago… when Patty visited Taiwan in the spring! this is one of my favorite blouses at the moment, loving its beautiful collar especially. unfortunately the sleeves are too bulky looking for me… so i’m thinking to cut off the sleeves to make the blouse into a vest. what do you think? any suggestion is greatly appreciated ♥

Erland and The Carnival – Springtime

(Photos by Patty)

denim shorts: Song Denim @ Off the Wall

lace collar shirt: vintage

straw boater hat: Claire’s

sweater guardRose Heart

backpack: from Bangkok’s Tarad Rodfai Flea Market

ring: Forever 21

Herls Wedge Sandals

believe it or not, these are my very first pair of red heels. although the design is meant for summer, i feel the beautiful red color will make these shoes a great transition item when fall rolls around. and that’s a win. since the wedges already take a lot of attention, i went with a neutral outfit to keep it simple and summery. hope you dig ♥

Beach House – Other People

wedge sandals: Herls

lace top: from Bangkok’s Platinum Fashion Mall

pleated chiffon skirt: Dressup

handbag: vintage

wool hat: vintage

neckalce: Vincci Accessories

gemstone bracelet: Sweets Shop

[Singapore] Haji Lane aka fashionista’s paradise

In Singapore, if you happen to find yourself tired of seeing the same old fast-fashion stores like Forever 21, Cotton On, and H&M, every corner you turn. You might want to check out Haji Lane for some refreshing personality. Next to Arab Street, this lane if full of two-storey old buildings housing many independent fashion boutiques and interesting cafes. I actually found out about this place from Stephie (check out her store!), a local fashionista. If like me, you’re a fan of independent labels, unique items, and vintage clothing, then this is THE spot for you ♥

Victoria Jomo

9 & 47 Haji Lane, Singapore

Soon Lee

73 Haji Lane, Singapore


11 Haji Lane, Singapore


31/33 Haji Lane, Singapore

How to get to Haji Lane?

take the MRT to Bugis (EW12), exit and pass through Bugis Junction and Raffles Hospital, it should take about 10 minutes.

When to go to Haji Lane?

most businesses open around 12 at noon and closes at 9, with shorter business hours on weekends.

(map courtesy of pluck)

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