Category Archives for Mayodrobe
The combo of red + pink + burgundy is one of my all time favorites. Despite the silhouette is one of modern, the palette still manages to lend a shred of bittersweet, nostalgic sophistication to the look.
To match with the look, I applied Smashbox’s “Be Legendary Long-wear Lip Lacquer” in the shade of vivid violet, somewhat between berries and dark grapes but it’s cutesily named “Beet It”.
Simmer down and pucker up, and click in to find out more about this new line of weightless, water-resistant and long lasting of lip lacquer by Smashbox!
Contradictions intrigue me. “Heavy lightness, serious vanity…feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire…”
Lustrous yet subtle, classic yet creative, simple yet sophisticated. I’m of course talking about the watch from Salvatore Ferragamo Buckle collection which has been inseparable with me for the past week or so.
Click in to see my 3 outfits styled especially for the #ferragamobuckle watch and also a recap of how it has lighted up my days!
With the help of accessories, the same piece of clothing can ooze entirely different vibes.
Click in to see my 2 outfits with this geometric floral shorts, and also 2 ways to oomph up a simple black & white sheer shirt!
The crop top trend is rather unstoppable this season. Reluctantly but voluntarily, I’ve reduced my ice-cream consumption to a historic low this summer so that I can wear them without a bulging tummy.
Click in to see my outfits with 3 different crop tops!
Which is the most iconic buckle in the world of fashion? I suppose the ones on the ballerina flats by Salvatore Ferragmo would undisputedly make it to the top 3 list.
The brand has now re-interpreted the concept of buckle and applied its distinctive shape to create a timeless yet modern collection of watches and eyewear – the Ferragamo Buckle Collection.
Here, I’m wearing its timepiece with brown dial and exquisite guilloché finishing which elevates the otherwise casual outfit with its grace. And doesn’t the tanned strap complement my hazelnut hair?