Zara Black Ruffles Denim Top
One disadvantage while traveling is you can never pull out the exact things you want from your closet to make up a day's outfit, so you just have to make do with whatever you brought along. I'm not exactly known to have impeccable in-advance outfit-planning skillz; on normal days, I usually decide on an outfit one hour before going out (the remaining hour is for applying makeup).

As much as I do try to plan out outfits before any long trip, who has the energy to figure out five or six outfits down to a tee and try to jam every single thing comprising each outfit into one single luggage? I certainly don't, especially when I don't get much warning before my trip commences.
(PS: I usually find out I have to travel anywhere from 2 to 5 days before flying/driving off, and by the way do you know I'm a professional procrastinator?)

Zara Black Ruffles Denim Top
Zara Black Ruffles Denim Top
    Statement Rings Haji Lane Singapore
    I don't know if it is obvious, but this outfit somehow takes me out of my comfort zone a little bit... (Hoping it isn't obvious at all though.) It's always good to take yourself out of the zone of comfort you've drawn up for yourself though, because how else will you challenge yourself otherwise?

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    Here I wore the ruffled denim Zara top I mentioned in my off-the-shoulder post, and like I talked about, the placement of the ruffles is so ideal for a hijabi, with my scarf not in the way or obscuring the ruffle details.

    I usually find crop(ish) tops hard to style, including this black denim long-sleeved; I just find them not working with most of my jeans so this is why I love my faithful androgynous grey pinstriped pants (and also the navy blue one!) which have "rescued" plenty of my crop(ish) tops in their hour of need!

    Zara Black Ruffles Denim Top
    Aldo Pom Pom Tassel Green Quilted Chain Bag
    Zara Black Ruffles Denim Top
    This was taken on my last day in Singapore in the National Gallery Singapore where Shah and I managed to catch Yayoi Kusama's exhibition, which I loved SO MUCH. This was also the day we were due to leave for Malaysia so I also wish we had more time to enjoy it, but really, I feel lucky enough to have caught some of the polka dot works that resulted from the brilliant yet complicated mind of Yayoi Kusama.

    Note: Follow me on Instagram to see some of Yayoi Kusama's famous polka dot art works

    Read: More about Yayoi Kusama here

    Androgynous Grey Pinstriped Pants
    Adidas Relace Low Sneakers
    PS: I am UHBSESSEDDD with that green bag, guysss! Another outfit post with a clearer look at my green baby will be up on Affordorable soon so stay tune for that! xo

    Wearing: Zara black ruffles denim top  |  Hotwind pants  |  Adidas Relace Low sneakers  |  Aldo bag  |  Rings from Haji Lane, Singapore  |  Stradivarius hoop earrings

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