During the week, I happened to head down to the KLCC area and noticed that there were many tourist buses in the area around the park. Apparently, that is a very good spot for taking the ubiquitous tourist photo of the Petronas Twin Towers because every bus stopped there, disgorged loads of tourists who’d pose and take photos first with their DSLR then their point and shoot camera and then their phone cameras. Every one of them! I was also terribly amused to see almost all the kawaii photo poses in the book, and more that I never knew existed 😛 It was educational.
I had my camera with me so I decided to take some random shots. There is no real theme to it but since it was a work day and there I was, here’s some random shots of what I wore to work that day.
I’ve learnt one thing. I am terrible at having my photo taken. Stiff as a board LOL!
Do you ever feel like a plastic bag? Drifting through the wind….
So no, you may not expect to see regular features like this in the near future unless I get it in my head to be random again or there is something I want to show you 🙂
I’ve been carrying my Rebecca Minkoff Morning After Mini bag for weeks now. Its lovely and roomy and fits a ton. I actually have my DSLR in there some days and you can’t quite tell. Well, my shoulder can, because its otherwise a very heavy bag. The metal hardware is lovely but makes the bag heavy.
So here’s what I wore to work on this random working day.
Dress: A basic black dress I picked up in Singapore many years ago for about $29
Shoes: Clarks heels bought on sale for about £25
Bracelet: Triple strand of faux pearls with clasp from Sweet Contemplation Accessories
Bag: Rebecca Minkoff Morning After Mini
Thanks for reading this maiden attempt at an outfit post. As you can see, I don’t quite stick to a very conventional office dress code unless I absolutely have to, preferring to wear something simple but comfortable and hoping to get away with it most of the time 😉 I’m not the most fashionable person too as you can probably tell LOL! 😀
The photos here are also lesson #1 in why you shouldn’t take photos in the 12-3pm time. See the harsh light? The shadows cast? Next time I attempt something like this (if I ever do), I’ll do it in the evening. I’ll have to steal time off work of course but it’ll be fun 😀
Do you have a very strict dress code at work? Is it all shirts and suits for you, or are you in a relaxed office environment?
I guess I belong in the latter category unless there is something serious on the books, then I make a little more effort to look a little more serious and corporate 😛 Hope your weekend has been a good one!
xx Paris B