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    is a virtual space where Liyana Aris documents her evolving modest personal style, which is based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest and doing it all on a budget; about 93% of her closet are filled with affordable things. (PS: The remaining 7% has a lot to do with her secret addiction to Adidas shoes and her occasional splurges on discounted high-end bags and clutches, shhh.) [+]
    25.6.15 .

    Some Sequins, Bits of Red, Leopard, & a Piano Clutch


    So, I'm pretty much obsessed with this black abaya dress. So easy to wear and SO comfy.


    If you've been following my little blog here you might have seen this black abaya before, in which I matched it with a maroon-red scarf and leopard loafers. This time around I ditched the thin sash and swapped the places of leopard and red—also, seriously, can't stop with all these random kitschy clutches, currently my heart is with one baby piano.

    I wanted this piano clutch ever since I first laid eyes on it in Gurney Paragon's Kate Spade. At the time, the clutch just came out but one of my shopping philosophies is good things come to those who wait.
    All the better when the thing is a sweet piano clutch that you just snagged in the Kate Spade outlet in Tokyo for half the retail price. Am I right?


    I don't know what it is about leopard print and red, but in my mind they are THE perfect match. It's easy to go tacky with them though, so they have to be the absolute right leopard spots and the right shade(s) of red.


    Let me know if you like this outfit better than this one in the comments down below, would be excited to hear your honest opinion!

    Under RM 50
    Leopard scarf from random pop-up stall
    Pull & Bear Two-tone Ankle-strapped Ballet Flats
    Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Kiss Me Coral
    Avon Ultra Glazewear Lip Gloss in Tangerine Gleam

    Under RM 100
    Abaya black dress from Berjaya Times Square

    Kate Spade Piano Clutch


    So, I'm pretty much obsessed with this black abaya dress. So easy to wear and SO comfy.


    If you've been following my little blog here you might have seen this black abaya before, in which I matched it with a maroon-red scarf and leopard loafers. This time around I ditched the thin sash and swapped the places of leopard and red—also, seriously, can't stop with all these random kitschy clutches, currently my heart is with one baby piano.

    I wanted this piano clutch ever since I first laid eyes on it in Gurney Paragon's Kate Spade. At the time, the clutch just came out but one of my shopping philosophies is good things come to those who wait.
    All the better when the thing is a sweet piano clutch that you just snagged in the Kate Spade outlet in Tokyo for half the retail price. Am I right?


    I don't know what it is about leopard print and red, but in my mind they are THE perfect match. It's easy to go tacky with them though, so they have to be the absolute right leopard spots and the right shade(s) of red.


    Let me know if you like this outfit better than this one in the comments down below, would be excited to hear your honest opinion!

    Under RM 50
    Leopard scarf from random pop-up stall
    Pull & Bear Two-tone Ankle-strapped Ballet Flats
    Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Kiss Me Coral
    Avon Ultra Glazewear Lip Gloss in Tangerine Gleam

    Under RM 100
    Abaya black dress from Berjaya Times Square

    Kate Spade Piano Clutch

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      1. I LOVE that someone answered my question, so thank you so much! And to say it's elegant, I'm super flattered actually.

        You know what, I did love the other outfit too, but I just wished I had brought my camera with me on that day.

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    2. I love this outfit, especially the sequinned abaya dress. It would work with a niqab too I think? Tahira x

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      1. So happy someone else loves it! Thanks Tahira xo

        Yes I think this would ABSOLUTELY work with a niqab too!

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