Rebecca, who was decked out in a red sweater, posted a message to wish the nation a “Blessed Birthday” and Zoe shared lyrics to a patriotic song “We are Singapore”, while other posted messages wishing everyone a happy National Day. Take a look at their National Day 2018 outfits and messages below. ALSO READ: PHYLLIS QUEK TURNS 45! HERE ARE 13 OTHER CELEBS BORN IN AUGUST
The “Life Less Ordinary” actress gave a high fashion take on thematic dressing, layering a polka dotted shirt under a preppy baggy sweater. Rebecca, who was away during the National Day break, captioned this snap, “Missing home this National Day. Blessed birthday Singapore. My home, truly. SG.”
Her red pumps seem like a mandatory accessory for anyone who wants to sing the National Day theme song. The “Sing! China” alumnus completed her patriotic ensemble with a red and white floral tulle dress and cinched her waist with a fiery red belt.
Local actress Michelle Wong who was in Seoul over the National Day break showed off a fresh way style denim cutoffs. There’s nothing sloppy about jean shorts when they are paired with a blazer. If it gets too hot outside, keep the blazer artfully draped over your shoulders.
The “Queen of Caldecott Hill” has a serious passion for the country, as she demonstrated with this self-made gif. Zoe left the red and white colour combination behind and showed off her Singapore-loving spirit with this smart casual blouse-trousers pairing.
The straight-talking TV host got into the spirit rocking a red pussy bow blouse and white pants. She wished her followers a Happy National Day with this caption, “Parade Party in front of the telly, anyone? Happy National Day!!!! #ndp2018.”
Instead of the usual red and white colour combination, the local actress opted for a pared down outfit. She wore an army green jacket teamed with a pair of distressed skinny jeans and white kicks.
Along with this snap, Julie wrote this cryptic caption, “Words are like double-edged swords. With a few words, you can tear someone down. With a few words, you can build someone up. Let’s focus on being a builder.”
Red and white stripes may be the standard fare for most 9 August outfits, but Singapore based actress Jesseca Liu changed it up with her athleisure outfit. The fashion girl layered a varsity over her jersey maxi and topped it all off with a pair of white trainers.