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  1. Playing Stylist: Recycled Holiday Pieces

    Posted by Fafa on January 7, 2010

    The aftermath of holiday season is that you’re left with a mountain of clothes on the floor that are only “season appropriate”. Usual procedure would be; we shove them back in our fully packed wardrobe for until next December. With new trends coming and going, we tell you honestly that these clothes will just stay where they are until you’ve forgotten about them. So for this week’s Playing Stylist, I asked my friend Shannon to model for my take on incorporating holiday outfits for everyday affairs!

    Look 1
    Dinner parties or a night out
    Nude dress: Rumah Mode, Bandung (IN)
    Red scarf: vintage
    Brown belt: Dorothy Perkins
    Red pumps: Nose
    Black clutch: Vintage Biri Biri
    Pearl as bracelet: Chamelon

     

    Look 2
    Casual day out
    Red shirt: Vintage
    Black vest: Forever 21
    Black shorts: Miss Selfridge
    Brown Oxfords: online store
    Cloche hat: Forever 21

     

    Look 3
    Night out or work
    Green top: Trendy Confessions
    Red scarf as belt: vintage
    Necklace: vintage
    Black pencil skirt: Forever 21
    Black pumps: Nose

     

    Look 4
    Dinner date or work
    White blouse: Forever 21
    Black pencil skirt: Forever 21
    Pearl as headband: Chamelon
    Red scarf as belt: vintage
    Black pumps: Nose

    Look 5 
    Friends outing (day/night)
    Black tube dress: tailor made
    Green batwing blouse: Blueberry boutique, Bangsar
    Necklace: Jujuwiwitata
    Black beanie: Cotton On
    Black pumps: Nose

     

    Look 6
    Tea party or a day outing
    Red dress: Vintage Biri Biri
    Black clutch: Vintage Biri Biri
    Black pumps: Nose
    Grey belt: online

     

    What did you do with your holiday clothes leftover?

     

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