Jump On the Bandwagon

Sunday, June 10, 2018 Simone - Your Style Architect 12 Comments

Happy happy weekend again! Another week has flown by so quickly.

I don't know about you but I have been feeling a little sad with the recent passing of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. Of course, it's not that I know either of them personally and for Kate - since the company was bought over by Coach she really did not get involved much in the creative aspect of the label however it is sad to see people who have been so successful, accomplished so much from hard work and struggles, and yet feel so alone in the world that their only way out would be to take their own lives....the same for Robin Williams.

All of us are bogged down with daily struggles, financial matters, relationship issues, and whilst some of us are able to pick ourselves up again or find that small twinkle of a light at the end of the tunnel to have hope and persevere, many of us would tend to fall into depression. Believe you me, I recently felt that way too and it was not a nice feeling. Talking about your problems or issues to closest family members and friends, often does not help. I know how that feels.

So if someone came up to you and told you they are struggling with some emotions, please don't write them off and say " you need to pull yourself together"... " you need to pick yourself up"....." be strong...." instead, just let them talk, and constantly be there for them. If you can help them in solving their problems that would be the best but perhaps make that extra effort to bring help to them because we are not the professionals to know what is the right thing to really do in those cases - especially if someone has suicidal thoughts.

Back to my outfit post, this look came about with my intention to bring to you more "recycled" looks. To show you how you can be creative with your existing wardrobe. If you have not yet read my previous post of restyling old favourites, you can check it out here.

The statement sleeve blouse was styled before with jeans when I was back in Hong Kong ( see post here) and it resurfaced again whilst I was thinking how best to work around a funky look with my Juicy Couture denim overalls ( another old fav but never styled for a post before). A school girl innocence kinda look which I enjoyed styling with sneakers this time.

Blouse : Shein ( sold out)
Overalls : Juice Couture
Bag : Topshop ( look for less)
Sneakers : Onitsuka Tiger ( get it here)
Socks : Daiso
Rings : Dresslily ( sold out)
Earrings : Lovisa

Simone xoxo

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  1. Love this look! So much fun!
    xo, Jane

  2. The overalls are so cute!

  3. It's really sad to hear about these wonderful and successful people ending their lives. They have so much more things to offer in this world.

    Anyway, loving your outfit dear, so chic and cute for summer!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

  4. I'm digging your cute net bag. I also like the socks, I can't believe Daiso stocks these socks. It's really sad to see these popular people taking their own lives, good on you to write an awareness about it.


  5. I'm also sad by the fact that so many people are taking their lives. I wish this never ever happened again.
    I love your overalls and love the way you styled them.


  6. You made the overall so feminine love this look the details on the top sleeves and the socks and also the bag Love them all xoxo Cris

  7. Nice and Perfect looking outfit..

  8. Really great post and such an important message. Love your outfit too.

    Have a lovely weekend.

    Gemma x

  9. Such a cute look! Loving the onitsuka...
    thank you for sharing.
    IG @grace_njio

  10. You look so cute babe in this outfit

    Much Love,
    Jane | The Bandwagon Chic

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  12. Such a cute outfit! Love all the pretty details, especially the socks.