Kueh Lapis

1 Dec

With so many layers about me, I couldn’t help but feel like the kueh lapis I used to love nibbling on. What I would do when I had rainbow kueh in my hands was to eat it layer by layer, much like how I do steamed corn cobs. I suppose I liked being systematic about food since young XD

Brown cotton tee // Cotton On
Beige pashmina shawl // gift (India)
Teal skirt // Sixties
Orange plaid leggings // Topshop
Gold flats // Rubi
Rustic god cat necklace // gift (Japan)
Pink moon earrings // made by a friend’s sister

One of the moons got chipped off , either a testament to the cruel manner in which my accessories are kept, or that the quality of the pendant wasn’t very good in the first place :S

And the way the shawl was draped made me feel like a wandering mage, save for the lack of staff XDDD

p.s. Thank you for the hair compliments! <3


5 Responses to “Kueh Lapis”

  1. eyeliah December 2, 2009 at 2:39 am #

    hey, my food consuming is systematic too.

  2. piglet December 2, 2009 at 11:46 am #

    I love the way you’re wearing the pashmina, I’ve never thought to wear one like that!

  3. catherine_sr December 3, 2009 at 6:21 pm #

    I love the tights with your skirt and the cat pendant is AMAZING! I adore anything with cats on them.
    And allow me to add to the haircut compliments!

  4. fashionjazz December 4, 2009 at 3:35 pm #

    Oh I luv this outfit, I luv the way you style and combine different colours and patterns with your outfits! : ) xx

  5. thriftzombie December 31, 2009 at 8:28 am #

    hey inspiration. I’m going to try wearing a shawl like that in the near future.

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