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Hijab turban modest street style Singapore vibrant bright colours summer

Hijab turban modest street style Singapore vibrant bright colours summer

 

Hijab turban modest street style Singapore vibrant bright colours summer

Hello friends! I’m writing from the very beautiful Queenstown, New Zealand. We’re a week into our 14-day adventure and it’s been a lovely trip so far. We planned a day of activities today but unfortunately they have all been cancelled because it’s snowing!! In spring! It’s odd but we’ve been told that this could happen… So it wasn’t a complete surprise.

While waiting for the snow to stop, I thought that I’d share more about an outfit I styled a weekend ago. It was a gloomy day in Singapore, and I wanted to bring some cheer with a brightly coloured getup.

#OOTD
I’m wearing a blue floral pajama top that I got from Zalora, and paired it with bright orange pants from ASOS. It isn’t a colour combination that I usually rock, so I’m glad that the overall look turned out so well. They’re both rich tones that complement each other nicely.

Accessories
I actually styled this outfit to match my earrings from MITA. I love the blue and yellow colour combination and the fun shapes – they brighten up any look instantly! They were gifted to me by local brand THREEONETWOFIVE, which I wrote about in my previous post as well.

Bag
If my bag looks a bit worn, it’s because it is! It’s from Kate Spade and I’ve had it for about 4 years. It saw me through my exchange days in Rotterdam – being thrown into bike baskets and lugged around on my travels with me. It’s still buttery soft and great to throw on when I want an accent piece in my looks!

Shoes
The latest addition to my shoe closet – this pair of strappy sandals by Teva! I wanted to invest in a pair of summer shoes that I could walk a lot in. I actually brought it along with me on this trip for shorter walks when the sun is out. I’ve really enjoyed these Tevas and I hope to add more to my collection soon!

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