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lifeintechnicolor
Wanderland
The Wonderings of a Singaporean Girl
Interests: Fashion, Literature, Art, Music, Politics
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Buying colours from the gentler spectrum of the Pantone palette has been an uphill task for a jewel-tone freakshow like me. Wearing bright colours and prints loud and proud has always been my thing. Enter last Fall, when pastels made a surprising entrance. It's been a sorta whirlwind romance for... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Permafrost To The Skull
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Sunday morning and my usual routine is experiencing some changes. Got up bright and early as usual, but I only need to leave later in morning. So I thought, in the spirit of blogging more in 2015, I would do a shoot of the Henchmen skirt that I have been... Continue reading
Posted Jan 10, 2015 at Permafrost To The Skull
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New ear worm while we get into the crunch of things, cus buckle down, this is going to be a long one babes... Hello and welcome to my first post of 2015. The new year is always a great time for a girl to relook her personal style. At the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2015 at Permafrost To The Skull
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Nothing gets me fluttered quite like up-and-coming designers. Enter French designer Eddy Anemian, the latest winner of the H&M Design Awards. A flashing memory of seeing it in the Singapore flagship store did cross my mind a few days ago, but I actually secured this baby in Shibuya, Tokyo while... Continue reading
Posted Dec 13, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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I was utterly and completely apprehensive about the BM Wifey cut. For two reasons, the first being the fact that you wear it crop, and well, I happen to have a gut. The second is that I'm afraid I will love it, because that is just going to open a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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FINALLY!!! It is vacation time!!! I'm packing. But the question is... can you guess where I'm going? I'm gonna be zipping off for 16 days, and this is what I'm taking with me. Total count: - 5 pairs of leggings - 4 dresses - 2 jackets -2 turtlenecks - 2... Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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HAPPY 5th BIRTHDAY BM!!! Black Milk turns 5! Hooray!!! Congrats on making it thus far Emperor jL!!! (Wearing: Black Milk Princess Pink PVC Sweetheart bodysuit, Black Milk Princess Pink PVC Cheerleader skirt, MDS cream tulle mini skirt, Miu Miu buffalo washed peonia heels) Well, since BM's turning 5, I figured... Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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*WARNING* This is gonna be a long one, so make a cuppa, play this song, bunker down and read... My borderline obsession with the cult fashion label Black Milk is no secret to friends and family. Following the brand from that fateful day in 2010 when I was reading Style... Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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It is one of those extraordinary painfully warm days! (Wearing: Choies Spongebob fur coat, Black Milk Reaper dress, Sam Elderman Zoe booties) It's official, I've gone off my rocker. The heat is excruciating, and what do I do on my designated day off? Put on my new Spongebob fur coat... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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This is the actual name of the dress. True story. Well, Tied To The Rocks with Flocked Print, to be exact. It always fascinates me when clothes have names. This is just proof that I am not crazy when I try to name my socks. (Wearing: Choies felt hat, Alice... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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I don't celebrate Halloween, never have. But I do dress up on a daily basis. I got the skirt yesterday, but the corset-esque thingy I've had for AGES. I call it the cockroach corset. That would make me the Cockroach Princess, I guess. (Wearing: Giorgio Armani corset, MDS black tulle... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull
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One of my worldly heroes is a Professor in Comparative Literature, Edward Said. The famed cultural critic wrote the book Orientalism, a work that greatly shaped my perception of society and politics. I must say, that the intellectual (if that actually exists) side of me rarely pops up since leaving... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2014 at Permafrost To The Skull