Oh, it’s been a while since the last outfit post! They kind of got pushed aside while I was doing travel posts, but I’m back home now (my childhood room, to be specific – apologies for the not-so-great lighting) and I have a wardrobe full of clothes that never came to HK with me, to make new outfits from! We’re actually kicking off again though with an outfit left over from HK, that I never had time to photograph and post there. I’ve worn this skirt previously, normally paired with tights – which is definitely necessary back in Scotland in October! – but I was able to wear it like this back in Hong Kong’s summer heat. I wore a version of this for the kindergarten’s graduation, but was required to have a white top – I switched back to red here, as I stained that white top after just one wear (which I why I rarely wear white). I like the red and black pairing though, darker colours being more my usual fare, which I think makes this a dressier, evening outfit for the summer. I’ve also added some silver jewellery, all of which were newly purchased in Indonesia. The earrings and necklace were from Celuk, the silver village outside of Ubud, while the ring I made myself during a workshop in Yogyakarta. I love having pieces like that, with specific places and memories attached to them.
Top – New Look, Skirt – Forever 21, Sandals – New Look