Colour Story: Celebration

Dear friends,

How is your preparation for this coming festive season? As we all know X'mas is counting down 7 days from now!!~

Inspired by the soon to come celebrations, we have here our collection that will walk you through this festive season. Vivid colour blocks which are full of life and energy, to showcase new beginnings in 2020.


Left topRed Sleeveless Knitted Top | Left bottom: Pleats and Please Sea Green Pleated Skirt | Right topBlack Machu Picchu Knitted Top | Right bottomMustard Yellow Buttoned Vest

Red Sleeveless Knitted Top 


Pleats and Please Sea Green Pleated Skirt

Pleats and Please Sea Green Pleated Skirt




Chapter 1: Celebration of completion

It was never easy to do things beyond my comfort level; This vanity suitcase was my very first suitcase upcycling project which required tonnes of the experimentation to dismantle everything and assemble them back as a single piece. The journey to complete this project from the start till the end was tough, and I've given myself a pat on the back and said, "Well done you!". Do you have anything to be thankful for, for not giving up? If you have, give yourself a big warm hug, because you deserve it.


Chapter 2: Celebration of uniqueness

I remembered I was once told by my friend-Jo, that God had created everything to be unique on its own and everything has its own purpose in life, and she pointed a tree and told me: Do you know even each leaf is unique on its own even though they're from the same tree?
Since then, I began to look at nature with a fresh pair of eyes. Now, when I picked up a fallen leaf, I will pay attention to every line on the leaf and be amazed at how beautiful life and nature can be. This twisted leaf, no matter how weird it may look, still serves its full purpose to be part of the tree. 

It reminds me of my uniqueness and reminds me to be the best version of myself by living with no regrets. So, next time when you see a falling leaf, I hope it will become a reminder for yourself to how unique you are. (*hug*)


"If you were born without wings, do nothing to prevent them from growing."
-Coco Chanel



Chapter 3: Celebration of good food

Food is essential, especially when you find a place that serves what you really enjoy, and it feels like winning a lottery. Openwork is my favourite place to chomp on great food lately. At this place, you can find interestingly mixed rice and gyozas. Not to mention their to-die-for desserts - their simple cheesecake and creme brulee waters the palate. (I crave for them again as I'm typing this). After all, good food satisfies the soul and I am so gonna feed my soul now after this post.

When was the last time you had a great meal? How does that make you feel?

Chapter 4: Celebration of beauty in nature

After 10 years, we returned to our favourite Smokehouse in Cameron Highlands. I've secretly rated this location as the most beautiful place in Cameron Highlands. The moment I stepped into this beautiful English secret garden, I could not help but be in wonder, who were the ones who created such a breathtaking scene. I believe that a place that is well managed by meaningful thoughts, energy and aesthetic will instantly excite your emotions. 

And what about you? Have you encountered a breathtaking site from your recent trip? If you have, please share with me below in the comments section :)


There are so many things in life worth celebrating.


"The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate." 
-Oprah Winfrey



and you, my friend, is a celebration on its own :)

Featured apparels:

All available at wabisabi etsy store


Celebrate life,
Waee

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