Imagine the same exact outfit I have on here with my usual white Stan Smith sneakers, now wouldn't that have given off a very, very different vibe? 
Then again I suppose it makes sense that anything bejeweled would help in making any ol' outfit fancy, isn't it?

    I really didn't think I would be wearing my bejeweled sock boots so soon after wearing it with my houndstooth suit in Seoul but, hey, I managed to surprise even myself. To up the ante even more I added these cat-eye sunglasses, but since I was going for a casual brunch with my best friends (in which we wore the same sweater in different colours like we were a trio 14-year-old girls having teenage fun), I think I managed to balance it all out with a relatively more casual black messenger bag.

    I bought one pair of cat-eye sunglasses when I was in Tokyo five years ago which I thought was risky as heck as no one was wearing the shape at the time but I am so, SO glad I got them as they are the damn coolest cat-eye sunglasses I've ever seen, even in the sea of cat-eye sunglasses that are saturating the market now.
    Plus, they actually look good on me (well, I think so).

    PS: See which sunglasses I'm talking about in my polka-dot puffer jacket post (I'm wearing the same plaid pants here) and with cat-print "pajama" top

      But did that stop me from buying more cat-eye sunglasses? Evidently no, because the moment I put on these kitschy gold-rimmed ones I'm wearing in this photo here, I thought "OK this is super fashunnn" and I got sucked into buying them. 
      (PS: It did not help that my two girlfriends were telling me " Liyana they are SO YOU buy them!")

      Are you into the cat-eye sunglasses trend as well

      Wearing: Uniqlo seafoam green sweater  |  Zara plaid pants  |  Cotton On cat eye sunglasses  |  Zara sock boots  |  Messenger bag from Myeongdong market  |  Lovisa earrings

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