I said #OOTD.
A month ago I did not even know what that was. Googling the term, I found out what it means : Outfit Of The Day. A term used a lot by fashion bloggers.
Today I feel for a fashionista post , so I am sharing an OOTD with you from when I was in Seoul.
|Me next to The Iron Lady. Noooo, not Margaret Thatcher; this statue is The Goddess of Fortune.|
It was bitterly cold in Seoul. Living in Singapore, I don’t possess a whole range of winter clothes. Actually I do, just not in Singapore. My winter clothes all are in Holland.
So before going to Seoul, I purchased some warm clothes that I can mix and match. Quite limited, but fine for a month or so.
That day I was wearing my stellar, cosmic matching legging and top (black with multi-colored glitters = nightly sky with stars;-)).
Ofcourse underneath I was wearing an extra layer to stay warm.
My W/Pony sneakers went well with the theme, with their dozens of de-clickable crystals (crystals = stars and moons; come on, peeps, you gotta have some imagination, right?!)
My ‘tunnel’-scarf with the cheerful tassels gives some fun and color to this look.
I bought hot pink horse earrings in Hong Kong, but one of them broke:-(.
During my stay in Seoul, I stumbled upon exactly the same earrings, only in white. I am wearing them here. They are very small, but really funky upon closer look.
Over my stellar legging and top, I was wearing my soft, fluffy polar-bear coat; I love this coat although it is not as warm as it looks. Layers, people, layers! Lots of them, in fact;-).
Being the queen of accessorizing (ahem), I pimped up the coat with some cool brooches.
The past half year I found several brooches made from fabric, often from felt. Some with embroidery. Really nice!
|The astronaut fits the stellar, cosmic theme perfectly. And see how the left brooch has embroidery on it?|
Oh, and do you see my nails? I brought only one bottle of nail polish in my suitcase: emerald green. The second week I got bored. So I used scotch tape to create these diagonally half painted nails. Gotta be creative, right?
I was lucky enough to find some more brooches in Seoul!
I also found this ‘eye’-brooch and eye-ring in different shops on different days. They match; cool!
This tiny shop was wonderful; they sold the craziest, quirkiest accessories that were totally up my alley.
|I would have loved to buy this whole board with brooches; I adore many of them!|
|Several of the earrings are cool too! And how about a Barbie-doll necklace or a Playmobil-chain-necklace?!|
In the meantime I am back in warm, sunny Singapore. Happy to dress lightly and to have access to all my clothes, nail polishes and accessories here. Living in a small apartment I have way less stuff then I have back home in the Netherlands, but at least it is a lot more then when I am traveling!;-)
Are you a modest, light packer like me? Or do you bring half your wardrobe on a one-week trip?
Do you wear brooches? What is your to-go-to accessory? Hats, rings, scarfs?