If there was one sartorial pro to having this gloomy, rainy weather it would have to be the opportunity to layer and bust out your favourite boots / sneakers (that are water-friendly, of course). So while the entire outfit might not be too rain proof (I'm talking about my suede heels) you can still get away with matching some neutral trench coats with almost anything in your closet.
I remember as a little girl I would get so excited whenever my mom would tell me that we would be having a staycation in the hotel near our house. I didn't care if we didn't leave the city. I just loved jumping on a new bed, watching TV and ordering as much room service as I wanted!
Posted by nicoleandersson at 7:04 PM
As promised, here's what I wore to the Thomas Sabo event in Singapore. I wanted to go for something a little bit more dainty and feminine as Laureen went for the edgier pieces, so I chose my charms that would go with this skirt I've been holding on to for a while.
Posted by nicoleandersson at 1:33 PM
In light of my confusion and uncertainty lately, allow me to share this throwback post from my trip to Puerto Princesa, Palawan. The mood of this memory pretty much suits my sentiments right now. I don't know if it's my recent birthday blues or if this is just a weird phase I'm going through but it's quite scary to be on this ride when you don't know what's going to happen next. Sometimes you feel like you have everything planned out then life throws you a curve ball and then you're left having to wing it. If you feel like you're going through something similar, then this post is for you. Find comfort in knowing
Posted by nicoleandersson at 1:09 PM
If you're like me then you are probably always on the look out to try and see new things - especially group activities you can share with your friends! Well, here's something my friends and I got to try out and it was quite fun to be able to be silly and at the same time add some fun new photos to our Instagram feeds. I'm talking about our trip to Singapore to go visit Trick Eye Museum.
Posted by nicoleandersson at 1:39 AM