BLACK DAHLIA

Fashion has no limitations or rules, which makes it more exciting for everyone to mix and match those clothes in their closet, in order to create a new and different look. It is similar with being adventurous: you need to discover and try different styles to gain more knowledge about the do’s and don’ts of fashion and styling.

Trice Nagusara La Petite

On Trice Nagusara: Midrib top from Robin, Shorts and Sneakers from Human, Beanie from SM Accessories, Sunglasses from Rayban and Watch from TechnoMarine.

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Get out of your usual girly style and try something that can give you a new and more fabulous look! It’s not just about knowing the latest trends, but it is about breaking free and being flexible enough to try new and unique styles. So if skirts and dresses are always part of my get-up, I tried these midrib top, shorts, beanies and sneakers for a touch of boyish look.

Trice Nagusara La Petite

Show some skin by wearing this midrib top from Robin. By pairing it with your skater skirts and high waisted studded or ombré shorts, a chic summer outfit can be produced. On the other hand, for a boyish look, muted colors combined with feminine hues will do a lot better –since a little touch of colors can already add a different look to your outfit.

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These classic leather aviator sunglasses from Ray-ban have a rare style that will definitely attract everyone’s attention. And what makes it unique from the other Ray-ban aviators? It has a leather brow bar that creates more genuine and iconic look.

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Give your casual clothing a manly and smart look by wearing a similar design and color with my TechnoMarine watch. Its strong design can certainly match with any outfit you prefer: whether to your girly, boyish or to your usual semi-formal style.

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Move quicker and easier by wearing these cute sneakers from Human. The combination of pink and blue colors can share a feminine touch while balancing your boyish outfit.

Photos by Seph Cham