November 17, 2014

Inspiration: 1920s

End of the year equals parties, balls, and of course, prom nights. Unlike most bloggers, I'm not exactly someone who loves themed parties (especially the dressing up part, such a controversy, I know), but for the sake of my high school prom, why not give it a try?

As you could probably already tell from the title, the theme of my high school prom this year is all about the 1920s (think The Great Gatsby, and go down the line, yeah you're on the right track). To hunt down the perfect prom dress that matches the theme is surprisingly tiring the hell out of me (not to mention the ongoing exams!). But since I was doing my research on the 1920s fashion, I thought I would make an inspiration post out of my finds (in case you had a 1920s themed party, too).

(Image credits go to its rightful owners. I do not own any of the following images. Most of the images are taken down from Google, but I'll try my best to link them to their original sources.)

And how could I start this post without a picture of the legendary Coco Chanel.


Loretta Young (actress)




October 31, 2014

Interviews - pre-, during and post-

Let's take a break from all the fashion posts because I realise I haven't been updating my life that often recently. I always have the tendency to write long essays about my recent encounters after a string of outfit pictures but I know that it'll bore you out, so there goes me hitting the backspace key endlessly even if it means erasing bits that I've took probably half an hour to write. #bloggerproblem

I'm counting down 2 days to my SPM (secondary school public examination, in case you were wondering) and I'm still here, sitting right in front of my computer, blogging. Man, life with textbooks alone is just too boring. Aside reading blogs as I usually do, I'm having this strange obsession with YouTube videos nowadays. Now that's unhealthy.


Jumping into the title: a few weeks back I attended two scholarship interviews, back-to-back, on a fine Saturday. Not the best way to start a weekend but it was definitely an eye-opener. I'm entering college soon and like every other 17-year-old in the country, I got myself busy with scholarship-related stuff and believe it or not, this was my first two interviews over these 17 years which were so important, they could probably change my life. After attending these two interviews (one for Sunway and another for Help), I would like to share a few tips with y'all regarding scholarship interviews, while waiting for the replies to come in (scored a 10K scholarship for Sunway and I'm in no way trying to brag, will do an update if I managed to get the SASA scholarship from Help!).

October 22, 2014

Inspiration: 2014 October

We don't experience autumn in Malaysia, but it's getting pretty chilly due to the rain, so here are some of my favourite autumn-appropriate looks in the month of October for (at least) the feast of the eyes even if they are almost impossible to replicate. Do leave a comment down below telling me your favourite look among all!

Amy Valentine from http://amyvalentinex.blogspot.com/


Andy Torres from http://stylescrapbook.com/


Angelica Blick from http://angelicablick.se/


September 9, 2014

Not A Doll turns 2!

First off, let me confess that this post is written one day before the actual date because I'm currently having my trials now hence I'm jam-packed with studies and I don't think I'll be able to find time on the actual date, which is tomorrow! (Or technically speaking, today)

August 16, 2014

JuJu-jellies-and-birkenstocks-appropriate weather

Living in a country which has no significant four seasons, the only two weathers I experience is rain and shine. I can proudly say that Malaysia has summer all year long, which is good in a way that, JuJu jellies and birkenstocks can be worn to death, literally. Although I have yet to be able to own a pair of either, I guess there's no harm to share some inspirations on how to style my favourite picks of JuJus and birks.






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