Top as skirt and more.

Top as skirt and more.

Photographs by dear mom : )

(Topshop top, H&M blouse as skirt, Jeffrey Campbell heels and H&M bag.)

A streamline skirt with side slits  has been on the top of my wishlist for ages, and finally I got myself one – well, not exactly since it’s actually a top. Shirt as skirt is much discussed in the style community recently, my version is super simplesimply tuck the collar and everything into a bodycon skirt – which is on its own a GREAT SLIP – you can get it from H&M. I cinched it up with a scarf to create this paperbag waist. The result is super flowy and feminine, and that’s exactly what I wanted.  I hope you like this little idea. Crystalof Watermoolen did a lovely article on the REAL Shirt as Skirt. Check it out here.

The amazing Carmen Chan has invited all of us to the Colonial Goods x G.O.D. x LKM exhibition launch party on Wednesday night. Colonial Goods has collaborated with G.O.D. and Lee Kung Man to re-introduce the iconic white T-shirt from the 60s. The idea is to bring back a garment of much heritage and showcase the traditional craftsmanship. Carmen’s photographs truly captured the essence of this project – simple, classic and refreshing. And I’m so happy that she’s making a breakthrough here in her hometown!

For more about the event and the product and Carmen’s amazing photography!!!
Go to Colonial Goods.

I didn’t take so many picture that night, so for a sum-up of the party,
Go to The Wanderlister Asia.

People in the photos above: Daniel, Priscilla, JJ, Tania, Carolyn and Denise.
People who were also in the party: Carmen, Geneva, Danielle, Valerie, Jasmine and more.
People who probably should have attented but didn’t: Sam  lol.

See you soon!

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19 responses

  1. great idea, and I love this outfit, I just regard that I didn’t buy this top when it was one sale here in Norway:/ sukkk:(

  2. Hi Sybil, an innovative, curious fashion idea and splendid photos; and it is enjoyable to read the comments — it appears that you have a good community here. Bless you and good evening!

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