Posts Tagged "fairground"

I Need Shoes

Posted on Thursday, 20 September 2012

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style EMODA We Love Fairground

(EMODA top, Fairground leggings) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

(This is the nth time I’ve been inspired to dress up the whole pajama concept. Too comfy!)

The moment I saw this top, I knew I had to have it. The statement on the shirt is so relevant to my life, and to the lives of most people too!

To shoe or not to shoe? That is the question. That is always the question! It’s always a debate between “want” versus “need”. Sometimes it is so frustrating when you see a nice and shiny pair of shoes on display, but you already have too many shoes for your own good. I don’t even wear a different pair everyday. I have a few favorites that I use really often, but I have some that can last a year without being worn. I don’t see it as a waste because I love all my shoes equally like my own children, lol. Some of my shoes I don’t wear often because I’m afraid I’ll overuse them, which would require me to finally throw them out. NOOOOOOOOOOOO

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style EMODA We Love Fairground

I think, 50% of my whole shoe collection consists of black shoes, to match my wardrobe… which is also 50% black. You know how you have to have a certain shoe even if you already have something similar on hand (or foot, lol)? I don’t know what goes through my brain whenever I purchase another pair of black shoes. I mean, how many styles do I have to own before I get totally contented?! 

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style EMODA We Love Fairground

Not to mention, there are still sub-styles that fall under the existing categories for shoes. For example: shoes -> black shoes -> black boots -> high-heeled boots, flat boots, chunky boots, cut-out boots, wedged boots, sneaker boots, etc.

Everybody’s wallets will continue to suffer if I still elaborate and go into that specific “etc.” :/ Don’t you already feel like your pockets are getting lighter…

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style EMODA We Love Fairground

Sure this statement on my shirt can apply to everyone, since we all need shoes for its function of protecting our feet from external elements.  But only certified shoeaholics can ever understand the pain of going through a month without getting a new pair of shoes. Unthinkable! 

Fairground: Pinkspiration

Posted on Saturday, 15 September 2012

Tricia Gosingtain Fairground

(Fairground pants, Romwe blazer, Zara heels, MARiS clutch) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Seems like printed bottoms aren’t going away any time soon. So obsessed. This particular one feels so comfortable, kind of like all the loose pajama-ish pants that I keep on wearing in the past. The print is quite original and eye-catching that when I went to a store in Melbourne and saw a skirt with the same fabric, I totally shrieked “OMG FAIRGROUND!”. 

The colors are gorgeous as well. You can never go wrong with black, white and pink. Such a girly combination that’s sure to make any outfit look quirkier and more playful compared to any other color accent. 

Tricia Gosingtain Fairground

I paired my new pants with a gradient blazer, which coincidentally matched the pink of my pants! Usually we see suit sets with the same fabric or print, but who would’ve thought that this technique could also work? 

Ombre/dip dyed hair was such a huge hit last season, but I think I prefer this trend on my clothes better than on my hair. Though it was fun photoshopping my hair in different colors back when I was blonde, I think I’ll keep it classy by keeping my hair just one color for now. I dyed it a shade darker a few days after I shot these pictures, but I’m sure you all would just be like my boyfriend who never notices these subtle changes until I point them out. Hee.

Tricia Gosingtain Fairground

While I’m still not into piling on accessories, I believe this coordinate makes a huge statement! Just look at Elle Woods in Legally Blonde for some pinkspiration if you’re into corporate-ish items such as blazers and high-waist trousers but want to put a fun and feminine twist to them.