Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Minimal Chic!

My husband and I did a post Valentines Day dinner at a French Restaurant in one of the many secret little hideouts in Singapore. We love discovering and trying out new places to eat in Singapore whether we are going out with our friends or just us having a romantic night out on the town.

We didn't do much on V-Day we wanted to avoid the crowd as much as possible. We ended up spending a cozy night at home with the hubby cooking a delicious Caribbean meal for us (when I say us it included our little puggy who just loves his daddy's cooking).

I mist say I am truly blessed to have this man as my valentine and I would do what ever to keep him happy.

we didn't exchange any gifts on V-Day and kept it aside for a later date, but I did get a beautiful bouquet of flowers with a big teddy bear delivered to my work place. (you would have seen this on my Instagram)

Now to the outfit, I had to make this night special and hunt through my wardrobe for fresh options. I don't buy clothes for specific occassions mind you. I had this cut-out dress from ModCloth for quite some time and wanted to wear it in a different way, something that I haven't tried before. After running through my inspiration board for some options, I picked up my favourite ZARA skinnys and kept the look minimal chic.

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ModCloth Dress : ZARA Skinny Jeans & Shoes : Lovisa Chain & Midi Rings : Michael Kors Watch & Handbag

Stay Beautiful,



  1. Nice outfit..those metallic heels look grt


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