We have shared about suits, blazers, sport jackets, and even dress shoes in the past. But without the shirt, these tailored garments are essentially meaningless. You can mix and match, or remove any garment, and it’s still pretty much acceptable.
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Tagged blazer, casual, chambray, check, collar, colour, corduroy, dressy, formality, garment, jacket, layer, light blue, linen, menswear, mock neck, outerwear, pastel, pattern, Polo shirt, roll neck, shirt, shirting, Solarex Imaging, sport jacket, stripe, suit, t-shirt, texture, tie, wardrobe, white |
Many different people of various races and ethnicities populate Southeast Asia. As part of that colonisation, European settlers, brought in workers from their overseas colonies to work in their mines and plantations. Eventually, some of the workers settled down locally,
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Tagged Brunei, Chinese, crust, curry puff, epok-epok, Indian, Indonesia, karipap, kuih, MakCik, Malacca, Malay, Malaysia, Myanmar, pastel, pastry, portuguese, Singapore, Southeast Asia, sydney cake house, thailand |
I was only ten years old when I first learnt about fashion style after watching The Devil Wears Prada. Out of the blue, all I wanted was to be a fashion designer, or working in the fashion industry, at least.
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Tagged Anasri, Anasri HQ, Barbie, colour psychology, comfortable, crop kurung top, dress up, fashion show, fashion style, kurung, lifestyle, Malaysia Fashion Week, minimalist, pastel, premium textile, Puan Noramira Binti Basri, simplicity, soft, tailor, trendy |