Dressing Up and Buying Clothes

I was watching Asia’s Next Top Models last week, and they had a challenge on posing for catalogues. When the models went in, a senior executive from Zalora, gave them some pointers and added some accessories to them. I liked how she changed their looks almost instantaneously, and I was attracted to some of the clothes they have.

In their challenge, they were told to dress up in certain themes, and they had a short few minutes to do so. I quite like some of the styles. Later on, they were given 15 minutes to get their shots taken. Some of them made me really want to buy the clothes. Immediately, I went to the site and saw some nice clothes. The Great Singapore Sale is coming up, and I am sure there would be a lot of sales going on.

Since I usually shop once or twice a year, and usually I will buy anything from 6 to 15 quality but affordable pieces at one go, I have enough clothes to last before I start to repeat them more frequently.  If only I am what this app says about my age, then it would be the time where I could wear almost anything I want.

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My son soon brought me back to earth, with his ego bruising guesses of my age, which he guessed was between 46 to 59!

It is difficult to shop for clothes, because I have a few criteria.The tops or dresses should preferably be sleeveless, or with short sleeves, because the classrooms are extremely hot! The skirt or dresses should reach the knees. It is very hard to find suitable dresses, because they are all so short!

In the past, I would buy clothes that did not require ironing, but after I have my children and had hired helpers, I would buy whatever I liked. Unfortunately, now that I am currently in between helpers, I really wish the clothes do not require any ironing!

I probably should get some accessories to jazz up those clothes (that do not require ironing) I am going to repeat for the time being.

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