Best dressed celebs of the week: Rebecca Lim, Zoe Tay and Joanne Peh
1. Rebecca Lim
Rebecca says yes to mixing two disparate styles together and so should you. Why? Here, she paired a utilitarian looking vest and upscaled cargo pants with a pair of rocker chic boots. It’s fun, it’s cool and it’s unexpected. We stan.
Fashion’s all about being experimental, and our August cover star Shu An is great at doing so. She wore her Hermes scarf as an off-shoulder top that accentuates her collarbone and paired it with a large gold hoop and a bold red lip that added a touch of colour and boldness to her overall look.
Sometimes, less is more. Joanne abides by this rule by donning a beigeslip dress with a pair of dainty pearl drop earrings, an elegant bracelet and a butterfly motif head pin. It’s simple yet effortlessly chic. Genius.
Three’s not always a crowd. Well, fashion wise at least. Our April cover star, Constance Lau, has perfected the holy trinity of fashion, which comprises of a dressy top, a pair of casual jeans and white sneakers. The tie dye effect on the top is perfect to look casually stylish on the weekends.
Here are the reasons why we love a jumpsuit. Firstly, it’s a onesie, which means you don’t have to worry if the top matches the bottom, because it does. Secondly, it’s casual yet edgy. Lastly, you just have to slip it on and your outfit is complete. Accessorise it like how Jesseca did hers: with a black shoulder bag, a statement watch and a pair of simple ear studs.
Contrary to popular belief, red and pink actually do go well together. If the aforementioned duo intimidates you, here’s what we recommend: add white into your #OOTD. Julie mastered this when she matched her red sunnies with a white sleeveless top and a pair of pastel pink shorts during her trip in Lisbon, Portugal.