Climbing Up

by - 16:19

Sunglasses: zeroUV
Shirt: Fred Perry
Cardigan: Jules

The weather is starting to change again and the days are starting to become a bit more pleasant which I really like. I can’t wait to be able to sit outdoors with my laptop on, sipping a cup of coffee while blogging!

I really like going around the city now taking outfit posts! It’s fun to discover new places that not a lot of people go to and take some photos. I’m recently obsessed with Al Rheem Island! There’s not a lot of people, and I like that it has that city vibe in it.

Oh and I got my curled hairstyle back! To be honest I had no idea how do my new hairstyle so I guess I’ll keep it curled for a while till I figure out what to do with it.  I figured it’s getting a bit cooler so I think I would need to grow my hair a bit more.

I can’t wait to get back into my cardigans! This look in particular has a certain casual yet preppy feel into it. I wrapped the cardigan (Jules) on my shoulders and used it as an accessory since the weather is still a bit warm so I can’t wear it yet except when I’m indoors with the AC turned on full blast. I’m wearing a Fred Perry shirt that I’ve always wanted to have since Year 2. I recently discovered during the LOVE ABU DHABI series that there’s a Fred Perry store in Galleria mall (So yes, I went a little bit nuts).

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To complete this look, I wore a comfy pair of chinos and shoes and finished with this super cool retro inspired sunglasses from zeroUV. Thank you zeroUV! <3

10 Short Sleeves Polo/Polo Shirts = 9 Short Sleeves Polo/Polo Shirts
5 Cardigans/Hoodies = 4 Cardigans/Hoodies

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