Spending These Days in Tropical Print
It finally happened. I've passed the point in my vacation where I'm more than ready to go home. The littlest of things, such as drinking a cup of coffee in a cafe or watching a movie in a theatre, are enough to trigger a tidal wave of homesickness for my favourite spots in Vancouver. Since I only have a few days left in Singapore, I've been making a list of things to do before I leave. So far, I've gotten my shopping list done (souvenirs and gifts for others) and tomorrow I will be visiting the Singaporean Zoo (the last place that I really wanted to visit before I leave). I've also been making my brother take pictures of some outfits for me as I bought him a bunch of T-shirts in Hong Kong-- bribery is always the way to go for these things.
I also have been chatting with a bunch of my closest friends and setting up dates with them for lunch and dinner. I'm already really excited to get up to speed with my Vancouver life and to reunite with my favourite people. Not to mention enjoy the fresh, cool climate of my home city!
For this outfit, I finally was able to wear this white mesh skirt that was the first thing I bought in Singapore. While I initially found this skirt to be amazing, I quickly found that it was sadly much less easy to wear than I had first thought. More specifically, the skirt underneath is quite short and tight and therefore tends rides up a bit when I walk. Nevertheless, I was quite determined to wear it at least a few times before I retire it to the back of my closet. In terms of the tropical print top, I found it at a Zara in Hong Kong for the mere price of $13! I really wish I had saved my entire wallet for that short trip to Hong Kong...
Top // Zara (Hong Kong)
Skirt // The Underground (Singapore)
Necklace // Ladies Market (Hong Kong)
Shoes // Zara (old)
On a side note, I really didn't notice how tanned I was until I took these pictures. After walking around in the hot sun in China, I stayed mostly in the shade and air-con during my stay in Singapore and therefore thought that I had lost most of my tan. Well, I guess that isn't the case!
I hope you are all enjoying your summer-- it's sad that we only have a month left to enjoy. What are some of your favourite summertime memories that you've made so far?