Funky Day!

by - 15:05

Shirt: Pull & Bear

How was you week my friends? Its almost the end of Ramadan! Wonder what you guys are planning for the Eid al-Fitr? ^_^

Me? Well although working hours are less (which I will miss so much when Ramadan ends...) I'd had a very busy week! But oh well, we all have to earn right?

Today I'm wearing a nice outfit that is perfect for a sunny day full of fun and adventures. I wanted the colors to be more nature inspired but still had fun elements like the bow tie paired with a cute printed shirt (Pull & Bear). Accessorized with a nice watch, fedora and a pair of fun colored oxfords.

Oh, btw you guys should check out The Fashet a website dedicated to all fashion enthusiasts who are based in the Middle East. They have recently included Lo's Closet on their website as on of their featured bloggers on their blog listing section!:

And click the picture below to go straight to Lo's Closet blog Listing:

I'd like to thank Shikka and Rose-Helen of The Fashset for giving me wonderful opportunity to be included on their site. ^_^

There's also more awesome stuff! Have you guys seen these super cute social media badge links? I was planning to change them after my anniversary, but I've encountered slight problems with my previous banner links recently so I decided to change them. What do you guys think? ^_^

What about you guys? What adventures did you had this week? ^_^

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