Outfit – Candy Colours

     This is ridiculous Hong Kong, how is it possible still this warm in November? Normally at home I’d be piling on layers, and never dream about wearing a skirt without tights, but here, it’s a different story! Even going out at night, short and cool is the way to go. This skirt is quite different for me, as I normally favour skater styles, rather than tight, pencil skirts like this. Sometimes I get insecure about my little bit of a belly, but at the same time, I know it’s not that big, and I just think “screw it”. Pink is also most definitely not a colour I wear often, but I couldn’t resist the funky patterns on this. It’s so bold and fun, great for a night out, so I paired it with a plain black top and heeled boots, so as not to be overwhelming. The necklace matches the skirt well, and the boldness of it works well against the plain top. I bought it dead cheap, because it’s missing jewels, but not too noticeably – I also painted the missing gap with pink nail polish, so it looks less obvious than the silver backing underneath.
Candy Colours | outfit of plain black top, pink patterned pencil skirt, black high heel ankle boots, and statement necklace

Candy Colours | outfit of plain black top, pink patterned pencil skirt, black high heel ankle boots, and statement necklace

Candy Colours | outfit jewellery details of layered necklace, one small pink flower, one large chunky pink & green jewelled statements design

Candy Colours | outfit details, close up of pink geometric patterns on short, tight pencil skirt

Candy Colours | outfit of plain black top, pink patterned pencil skirt, black high heel ankle boots, and statement necklace

Candy Colours | outfit shoe details of black leather zip-up high heeled ankle boots

Candy Colours | outfit of plain black top, pink patterned pencil skirt, black high heel ankle boots, and statement necklace

Top – New Look, Skirt – New Look, Boots – H&M
Necklace – Unknown

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