A weekend's exploration in Geylang (yes) landed me right in front of this old and dilapidated cracked wall which I thought looked somewhat like marble print, and of course I had to take my outfit photos with this makeshift marble wall (hence the title of the entry) because:
- I adore marble print so much you've no idea
- How often do you see a wall like that (especially in Singapore)?
Anyway, I really liked the outfit in this set of photos where I simply donned on a babydoll dress from Ashincans + a marble-printed drawstring bag (obsession point made) + slip on shoes that weren't pictured. It kinda gave me a schoolgirl vibe and of course made me feel young(er) again, and even though this is another monochrome outfit of mine, it gave a slightly different aura as compared to monochrome outfits that's always represented with vocabulary such as mysterious, cool, secretive.
In my opinion, babydoll dresses have the best fit for someone petite and tall like me, because not only does the doll-cut make you look 'fatter' (hence more proportional), the length of the dress cuts off quite a length above your knees, giving the impression of long, slim legs. Of course, a babydoll dress, as derived from its name, makes you look ultra happy-go-lucky – I can imagine myself skipping down the road. I love how Ashincans stocks up so many babydoll dresses, I literally would want all of them stashed in my wardrobe.
So yup, that's basically how my weekends went by! Trotting down roads of Singapore for good food and good locations for photos. How did your weekends go?