Since I got my hands on these wardrobe staples, been wearing them every other day, just change bottoms and shawl. Also because I needed a break from the post-marble series ( although I know some of you still crazy in love with them ).
This first look was taken last week, where I was invited to LBKM networking session to share with the graduates on how I started my business. Theme was traditional batik, and obviously I didnt have any batik pieces, so took the chance to wear Lully Selb Eid Collection. It was originally paired with white peplum, but since this black peplum is the latest addition to our lullyselb essentials, I did the pink and black look. ( White Salmon Shawl, Black Peplum, Salmon Skirt, all Lully Selb ).
Because we wanted to catch the light show at National Art Gallery, I stuffed by white pants in my handbag and changed after the networking session. Im not really a skirt person, so as much as I can, always always in pants/jeans!
Next is the little black drop shirt dress. I swear this is so easy to wear, because its crinkle free, I repeat, CRINKLE - FREE! Below looks paired with my 2 current favourite shawls; Mashed up Geometry and Black Coral shawl.
Last two looks feature the White Dots Jacket. You know one of the things I really hate about wearing white is that its transparent, and you have to wear another tank top inside. This material is slightly thicker, not transparent at all - you can unzip or zip it up.
Loving my last look, mixing white and browns/nudes. And rest assured, the back is long enough for the muslimah coverage.
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