My obsession with printed outfits has gone wild when I look back at what I wore during Singapore Fashion Week, three days out of five, I picked printed outfits. Unintentionally. The first day, it was the black and white print for DVF fashion show. The second day, it was an orange fever printed dress for Dion Lee show. The last outfit was a strange fire jumpsuit from Finder Keepers. It is also the latest addition in my overflowing wardrobe. #Notcomplaining
There was something about this vibrant print that made me so attracted to it when I saw it on the website. From certain angles, it looked like there was a blue rose on my outfit. But when I looked more closely, I saw a sea of colors splashed randomly on the fabric. They created such a beautiful painting. I quickly pressed the "Checkout" button and patiently waited for the item to arrive, hoping that the actual jumpsuit will look as beautiful as what I saw online.
A week later, my happy parcel arrived all the way from Australia. I couldn't be more excited to try on the jumpsuit that I've been eyeing. Its colors in reality are more vibrant than they were online. The chiffon material of the jumpsuit is a bonus as I didn't expect it to be so soft and flowy. The downside of online shopping is that I can't touch and feel the items before buying, however in my case, most of the items I purchased online turned out to be better than I expected. I guess it's worth to take a risk sometimes. A little print overdose is always a good idea, don't you think?
What was your most risky purchase so far?
Photos by: Navian Photography
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