I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.

Tower bridge, London

Black shearling jacket – Muubaa. Cashmere sweater – The White Company. Dress – ASOS. Black Jeans – James Jeans. Boots – Sergio Rossi via the Outnet. Bag – Alexander Wang Kirsten tote via the Outnet. Thank you Kit for helping with the shots!

I’m trying this new thing where I don’t make my outfit posts HappyMeal posts, because lately I’ve been sneaking in half-arsed outfit shots with some great eating experiences that really deserve full features of their own (eg 1 | 2 | 3 ). So when I say HappyMeal posts – introducing the cool eatery is the ‘toy’ bit, while my sartorial choices that accompany the post like an afterthought, the undersized, under-satisfactory kid meal. If you were in the kind of family where HappyMeal is currency of good behaviour, you’ll be familiar with the fact that once you get the toy out, you no longer care what goes in your mouth – a fry, a sawdust McNugget. As long as the toy keeps you entertained, your parents shovel the food in no problem. My point is, I’m now in a habit where I don’t post anything until I eat out somewhere cool, which is NEVER because I also happen to work full time and really would prefer eating pillow stuffing at home (preferably while sleeping). So here goes, back to basics, ‘punching-in’ my fashion blogger time-card, so to speak. Lots of me, from different angles, wearing stuff that’s probably not even fashionable to begin with. Oh but I love that shearling jacket from Muubaa.

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  1. I love what wear underneath the black jacket!
    Amazing bag aswell c: You look very comfy!

    xx http://icepandora.blogspot.com

  2. Just to say one more time you always bring me inspiration to my days….love your photos. All the best. Sweet Kiss Just B

  3. I like your outfit!! you have something special in your style and I like it!!!


  4. loving all the layers!


  5. in love with your jacket. really like the fur detailing


  6. this is so cool!

    xoxo from rome

  7. That scarf just remind me of christmas things!

  8. London’s looking quite gloomy and cold these days :)stay warm and by the way, I really adore this bag, it’s perfection on all levels!



  9. Have no fear, between the jacket and the bag and the bridge, it’s good to go.

    What do you season you pillow stuffing with? :P

  10. You know the sauce that come when you order Peking duck… that one.

  11. @Shini, Plum fixes everything. Good call.

  12. I’d be happy to leap off the Tower Bridge and quickly strike a pose, here you go, a unique outfit shot.

    It’s hard to find a right time and location to shoot an outfit, and it’s bothersome if you’re super busy with work and later give up hope.

  13. Oh my gosh I know, and we didn’t even end up taking your pictures (I have loads to send over though, would you like me to?) which is super sad.
    Maybe we need to find a time every week and do 7 at one go.

  14. @Shini,
    Neh, don’t think it will go up on my blog though, wrong mood hehehe.
    Next time bring a suitcase, shoot in north, east, south and west London….waahla, 2.5 months worth of outfit posts, done :P

  15. YES and hair & makeup in another suitcase, then no more trekking around town in the yucky rain while the sun is most clearly gone…. KIT LET’S DO THIS I’M SICK OF SPONTANEITY!

  16. I really really love your bag!

  17. Love your bag and your boots!


  18. LOL! Great analogy. The only reason why my daughter or her friends beg for McDonalds is to get the Happy Meal toys. The food is generally thrown aside while they plunder the toys. I love the photo of the Tower Bridge. It looks so mysterious on a foggy day.

    I’ve heard so much about Muuba. Love the faux fur bits on the jacket.

  19. I love those boots and that bag! The dress looks great against all that black!


  20. Love the scarf in your outfit! Also love London so much..!

  21. I love this bag! Why am I never on the Outnet when they have these amazing sales? Next time…

  22. I never know what to do with those posts. Like I hate categorizing them under Outfits because they’re, like you said, really half-assed but they don’t fit anywhere else. Lol. Non-problem problems.

    But I think your blog is distinctly known for have awesome photography all around so basically anything you photograph is gold, whether it’s a half eaten burger or great topshop heels :P

  23. wow I love that 2nd shot of Tower Bridge!!! one of the best I’ve seen of it :D

  24. perfect jacket and shoes! you can do this!:)

  25. Dannielle


  26. I love this combo ! beautiful and light dress with biker jacket sounds and looks perfect !

  27. the toys were the highlight for sure. nice tartan scarf

  28. You have the most inspirational photos ever. I love your blog to bits!

  29. love the way you layered everything, the happy meal concept is pretty funny :)


  30. stunning bag!


  31. that jacket!!! gorgeous



  32. Love everything! Brilliant layers… That jacket is awesome x


  33. Tsze

    Lol! Love the metaphor. As much as I love your awesome layering and outfit details!

  34. Okay, err big mistake clicking on the above links (1,2 and 3) major belly rumbling going on now, grrr

    you look beaut, LOVE your tartan scarf, it looks so soft and snuggly


  35. That picture of the tower bridge is amazing! sound like a fairy tale ^_^
    I’d love to come back to London…such a nice city.

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