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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Earthy Casual

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"Feel Natural Be Natural" - The inspiration behind the look!
Along with the current fab of layering, layer a comfy cotton tee or any plain tee with a cami, featuring a V neckline silk camisole with an elegant drape. Then pair it up with a crepe jogger instead of typical slack or jeans, for the ease of your movement, no restriction. If you love heels, silhouette it is! Featuring DV by Dolce Vita Women;s Tyler, with a laced up sleek design; or a cut out sides' suede leather flat, presenting the Oscar Perforated Lace Up Flat by Sportsgirl. 

For simple accessories, we suggest gold-tone sunburst button stud or wooden craft stud, and complement with multiple beaded-leather bracelet. Match the look with olive/seaweed green tone messeger bag or satchel bag for a modern touch, in this look featuring Prada Colorblock Leather Messenger Bag.

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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Boho-Chic Style

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At times, you just wanna be relax, be comfy and unconventional...
For this look, featuring the vintage 90s jumpsuit on Batik! The uneven dye and the baggy pants design creates the authentic yet unique touch of bohemian! Alongside with the colour, buckled ankle strap thong sandal let you to go anywhere with comfort! Going together the jumpsuit is a sun-baked tone of cotton backpack. The woven texture give a lil rugged touch on the look. 

For accessories, we suggest the Yoins Knoted Headband, crafted with satin. Simple design yet sophisticated, and add a lil fun with the chicky mismatched tropical duo stud earring - tall palm tree + sweet pineapple. For the ultimate contrast, dont forget the bright sensational candy red shades! For the sexy boho you *wink*

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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Eat RAINBOW Colour Food!

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We shared an article on the effect of clothing's colours on your mood and perception, and we also shared why there is a need to consume various colour of food.

To complement the previous issue, here are some of the summary version of the benefit of eating various types(colours) food! Sharing the article from Mindbodygreen, here are the overview of the benefit of the colourful food! For detailed version, check on the following colour:
(featuring BlueWhiteRedYellowGreenOrange)
RED
Luscious tomatoes, sweet strawberries, crisp red peppers and spicy red cayenne peppers are just some of the foods in this fiery color. And they really pack a vitamin punch: Most red foods (especially tomatoes and peppers) are bursting with vitamin C, which supports the immune system and heart health while encouraging collagen production. You’ll also get some vitamin A, which helps support our immune system and with night vision; lycopene, an antioxidant that can fight skin aging; beta-carotene for skin protection. There’s also fiber, which will keep your digestive tract running smoothly. 

Sunday, December 6, 2015

What NOT to Do Before Workout? To Do?

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Do you know what to and what not to do before hitting the gym? Check out the infographic below! Click the picture for better resolution :)
Infographic from Health Perch
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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Young Sport Look

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Featuring the blue themed workout outfit to all our readers! The reason we love about this set, is the different shades of blue that blended so well (instead of dirty and navy green), giving out a calm yet energetic aura! Is definitely a great look for workout! It will energize you too! The matching positive statement outer white top and sneakers complements the young fun look! Pair it up with a snapback if you wish :)

Oh yeah, remember to stay hydrated all the time, especially in the midst of the workout! Don’t forget your water bottle! Filled it with energry drink or fruit infusion drink!
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