Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Pleatty please?

Dress: Gap (Similar-ish here)
Bag: Hong Kong (Similar here) | Necklace: Twentyeight Lane (Similar here)
Earrings: Chinatown (Similar here) | Ring: Vincci (Similar here)
Shoes: Charles & Keith (Similar here)
When I was living in Canada, I was a big fan of Gap. One season, they had these pretty pastel polka-dotted spaghetti strap tops and I bought it in every colour and wore them all the time. Over the years, my love for Gap has kind of subsided because I don't find it all that trendy and even their basic staples are kind of pricey in Singapore. However, there are some great things to love about Gap:
  • They do some decent quality basic separates for mixing and matching
  • They cater to men, women, and kids so it's kind of a one-stop shop if you do the shopping for your whole family but you're lazy or short of time
  • Their print ads always feature a diverse range of models of various racial profiles and I'm all for supporting diversity
  • Their photos always look so cheerful. I mean, come on. Look at this. 
Frickin cute ammirite? Pic from Gap
But the biggest reason why I like Gap clothes is because sizes run large so I get to look at the label and say, 'size zero for hero'. Yup. Keeping it superficial just the way I like it.

Thanks for reading! By the way, this post is NOT sponsored by Gap. But if Gap want to throw free clothes at me, I definitely wouldn't say no. 

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