OOTD: Sunday Brunch and Haji Lane

by Roxanne C.
Arab Street OOTD

I love weekends! Just yesterday, I finally got some time away from work and blogging (confession of a beauty blogger *ahem*) and spent time with some friends, whom I haven’t seen in at least a month. We had dim sum at our favourite Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant at Turf City, after which we each went our own ways; Me and the boy to Haji Lane and Arab Street to do some sight seeing. I’m still so glad that I had my pair of shades, because the sun was simply too unforgiving!


Ah Yat Seafood Restaurant Turf City Singapore

Just the first few dishes we had. I can never grow tired of dim sum!


Well said.

Well said.


Sunday OOTD

Arab Street! No crowds at all. I love it the way it is!


Arab Street OOTD

With my new clutch from GiGi New York!


Arab Street OOTD

A close-up of the clutch, personalised with my initials.


Arab Street OOTD

Walking down the street of quaint shop houses.


Arab Street OOTD

We stopped by a Turkish cafe for some ice cold beverages and got some serious brain freeze!


Parkview Square Singapore

The majestic Parkview Square. I wonder what it’s like here on a workday.


Parkview Square Singapore

Oh, just some statues of famous dead people greeting us.


A break down of my outfit:

Top: Pale Blue Tie Front Sleeveless Denim Shirt from New Look

Bottoms: Striped denim shorts from Mango

Bag: Orange All in One Bag – Embossed Python from GiGi New York

Ring & Earrings: Green cocktail ring from Lovisa

Shades: Polarised shades from Italy

Slippers: Customised Havaianas Slim from an event (Get a pair in sand grey-light gold HERE)

Lip Colour: Ophelia from OCC Lip Tars



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I had a fun time exploring the little streets that afternoon. There are so many cute little indie stores on Haji Lane, which I quite liked but found their products to be a bit overpriced. I’d definitely visit again!


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