I took the courage to wear a deep V-neck dress on the second day of Singapore Fashion Week. I bought this dress for quite some time and haven't had a chance to wear it. Although, I don't really go out clubbing so much, I like to buy party dresses. They are beautiful and can accentuate a women's curve at the right place. Unfortunately, such revealing dresses like this can only be reserved for the right occasion, I still have 4 to 5 new dresses hanging in my closet for a couple of years. Luckily, Singapore Fashion Week happened at night. It was a perfect excuse to dress up a little bit more over the top than usual.
Because this dress showed quite a lot of skin at the chest area, I threw on an orange blazer to keep me warm and comfortable throughout the night and finished the whole look with my glaring Jimmy Choo Lang sandals (these heels glow in the neon light and they look so cool). My hair grows so quickly that I could tie a cute ponytail at the back. It was a refreshing change of appearance for me.
The venue, Tent at Orchard Road, on day 2 of Singapore Fashion Week was more crowded than the first day. There were 4 shows lined up for the evening, including my favorite Dion Lee's fashion show. Everyone was decked out in their best outfit, perfect make-up and hairdo. I was a little bit uncomfortable at first when many people stared at my striking outfit and shoes (or maybe my b**bs), but I quickly got over it to walk through the night. Guess what? A little orange fever would hurt nobody. I was having a good time and that's all that matters.