Tuesday, April 17, 2012

*a lil' bit of a toga fever going on. ;) and on-going 50 percent sales as well!*

Rock the night with your highest heels and textured clutch to match. 
Who says playsuits can't be elegant? ;)
Here's one that defies conventions in a classic drape toga and butterfly sleeve;
An embellished side detail pulls the whole look together. 
Comfy slightly flowy shorts with a good mid-thigh length. 
RM 69 

I personally don't have an emerald dress yet but I've always loved the colour. :) 
So rich and it looks great on most skin tones. 
Here we have two dinner dresses for choice: the luxe convertible dress and flirty toga bandeau with side embellishing. 
Both equally as stunning for a non-bodycon alternative. 
RM 69 / RM 79


A must with a waist belt -- wear with a generous pop of colour to spice things up. ;) 
Gotta say, this is one of the most impressive fishtail-cut pieces I've seen around. :) 
Casual without looking too dressy thanks to the loose boyfriend collar and lighthearted chiffon sleeves; 
Metal pin detail around the edge of the collar for an extra dose of chic,
Exposed square cut back and falls in delicate waves of midi-length. 
Also in blush pink. 
RM 55


Worn with simple block coloured frocks and you're set for a glamorous night out! 
Gorgeous egyptian-inspired crafted bib necklaces aren't they? :) 
Seductive gems matched with burnt gold metal;
Meticulous detailing and engraving.
Quite affordably priced as well. ;) 
RM 22 - RM 29



Another customization-jewelry blog you should definitely keep in mind. ;D 
Definitely unique braided-charm bracelet as seem above -- 
Exudes an altogether edgy punk vibe, but the choice of charms give a girlish overtone. 
Not to mention customized pearl cluster necklaces!
RM 20  - RM 30 



Modern and cheeky says it all. 
'em juicy colours exude plenty of chic awesomeness!
A basic flared cropped tank with exposed back zipper and detachable matching collar. 
Smooth cotton mix. 
Nothing quite like adding a pop of colour to everyday basics. ;) 
RM 43

Simple finish with regular shorts for an afternoon stroll and good coffee. 
Here's a delightful diva twist to colourblock tops!
Treated extensively with a splatter of gold-shine sequins on the upper half bodice. ;)
Contrast panel bottom half in either pastel blue or black.
Featuring seamless shoulders, folded cuffs with cap sleeve styling.
Lightweight chiffon finish.
RM 53 
Balancing the devil and the angel in you. It's demure with seductive undertones. 
Ain't this a sizzling lil' scarlet? ;D 
Stunning pure tangerine-red babydoll lace dress. 
Awesome flattering cut that rests lightly on 'em curves from bust downwards; 
Low scoop neckline and thick secure straps.
RM 59

And just in case you're still looking --
The kind-of-formal sequin collar long sleeved tunic blouse.
RM 59
Vicnity.com

Simply HAD to highlight this to all you babes. ;D 
It's kinda wholesale-but-not-really. 
On a usual day: minimum of 8 pieces from ANYWHERE from the site. which means you don't have to buy the same piece/same colour/same design. Any 8. ;) 
Ongoing promo: apparently you can buy per piece now! 


I'd advise to skip what they say about member's discount/reseller program/etc. as that just might confuse you. Simply email: sales@vicnity.com for any questions. much easier. :)
And enough of talk! let's check out the selection and prices. 


RM 28 / RM 22

RM 37 / RM 34


Vanity Dreams


So, I was just looking through my wardrobe the other day and seeing some of my old maxi dresses reminded me of that maxi craze we had. ;p 
But anyway, here's such a pretty printed piece that wouldn't look out of place this season! 
Multitude of colourful birds taking flight on a pale peach canvas. 
Inner lined with detachable sash. of chiffon.
RM 67

And something that could never go out of place --
Soft knit cotton cardi. :)
Here in soft sombre pastel shades; perforated heart design. 
RM 56
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