Little Black Dress


what to wear with LBD

little black dress

how to style LBD

outfit ideas for LBD

It’s funny how a conversation over coffee with your mum turned into an outfit photo-shoot LOL Perkz of being a blogger eh?! We we’re just heading back home after a delightful afternoon tea when she spotted this beautiful house with walls covered with ivy plants. I’ve always noticed that house when driving home from work, especially when the leaves changes colours during autumn. So without thinking twice, I’ve stopped the car and have asked my poor mum to take some outfit shots. “How do I use this camera?”… in a confused almost complaining voice. Bless her, not just the camera has complicated buttons, it’s pretty heavy too. And why I was bringing a camera in the first place? Because we’re Asians, we always take our cameras everywhere we go ;) And of course if you’re a blogger as well. My mum is only here for a visit, so I’m trying to spend as much time with her as I can, in between my work, school run and mummy duties, wife duties, my blog, some social life, and various others things that I “needed to do” even though I don’t have to. Like hovering 3-4 times a week, disinfecting worktops, floors, bathroom, cupboards and various surfaces. Thankfully my mum helps me out whilst she’s here, including taking photos of my OOTD. So thanks ma!

outfit ideas for autumn

how to wear pink this autumn

I’m wearing a “Little Black Dress” T-shirt Dress I recently bought from, I paired it with a Marks & Spencer pink blazer for a touch of autumn chic. I purchased the latter from a charity shop last week, it’s a size 12, but I still got it anyway because I was thinking of an oversized blazer. I’ve chosen a brown wedge boots and cream socks to go with my outfit. A Topshop sling bag(similar here) and black fedora hat completed my look. I love wearing hat during Autumn, not just because it hides my big ears, it’s a very chic accessory to keep your hair in placed and keeps your head cosy too.

Autumn must-have accessories

Autumn-winter means colder and darker days, so adding a dash of colour to your wadrobe is a must! To brighten up the upcoming miserable weather right? :)

What colours will you go for this autumn? Please share your personal style in the comment box below. Thank you so much for stopping by, and hope you’ll come back soon!


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  1. perfectly paired up :) and i love the shoes!

  2. Cherryl Taylor says:

    Love the T-shirt dress!

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