I was a kid who won’t bother about dressing up.
Not that I’m saying I’m a special snowflake and pulled a ‘I’m not like most girls bs’ because I’m sure that there are a lot of people out there who are just like me. But you can say that I was quite a tomboy back then and yeah, probably a nerd lol because, for me instead of buying clothes and the gang, my money is better spent on books. Being a kawaii nerd tomboy, my hair was always short boy cut, it never reached my shoulder and my clothes consisted of track suits and shirts that I shared (read; took without consent) from my brother.
But after growing up and going to the university,
I realised that my taste in clothing has somehow become more feminine and ladylike. I started wearing skirts and jubah (During last summer, my mum got a shock when I showed up at the airport wearing skirt who is, by the way, was pink in colour. Mind you, it is quite a step up from my old style (still is) because I can’t just show up for dinner or formal events in tracksuits, a pair of sneakers and a backpack right?
I’m glad that there are a lot of shops notably in Instagram selling an affordable wide range of clothing so, in the clothing department, I got it covered. Handbags, however, is pretty hard to find the one who does not suck. That’s why I’m glad that there are handbags for women that suits my liking; cute but not too girly and more importantly, functional. This is my top3 handbags that I picked after spending hours browsing Zalora website *yeah, this is my first sponsored post guys, tepuk tangan sikit*. If you are my friend who I know will read this, you know what to get me for my birthday *wink*
p/s: To be honest, I’m glad that my university is in the countryside and there is no dress code so no one bat an eye on what I’m wearing. #himejithorbaik