If you’re an ardent fan of fashion week street style, you’ll realise that belted blazers and ’80s shoulder pads are trends that are making a comeback. We especially love the two-tone neutral colourway and the versatility to wear the blazer both belted (and waist-cinching) or not.
Nike Tech Pack cropped cutout Pro HyperCool top, US$38.93 (S$52.55)
Whether you wear it as a crop top with high-waisted flared jeans a la the Spice Girls or with your favourite pair of exercise tights, this bright orange Nike top will add cheer and grab all the right attention at the gym.
If you’re looking to add a lil’ fun and sass into your work (or weekend) wardrobe, why not swap out your pencil skirts and tailored trousers and inject colour and print with these statement animal print straight-legged pants from Nanushka?
Mules is the perfect combination of being stylish and convenient. These suede black Gianvito Rossi shoes are also a trifecta of being sufficiently formal for work, dressy for social events and sleek for romantic dates and brunches.
Both Tyres leather-trimmed coated-canvas sneakers, US$114.06 (S$153.96)
White sneakers should be a staple in your wardrobe. And if you’re looking to show off a little more personality than just a plain white Converses, consider these from Both. The pink detail adds a feminine touch while the chunky tyre-like base makes the pair look fresh and unique.
New year, new work bag. Switch things up and add the celebrity-favourite Valentino Vring bag to your collection. The light pink hue injects youthfulness while being a neutral palette that can match with any of your work outfits.