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    Affordorable.com

    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.) [+]
    29.9.16 .

    Mrs. Beetlejuice



    I don't know if you guys know this but I love Tim Burton. I really, really do.
    Oh, by the way - I'm just gonna say this real casually - I've met him.

    I can't really tell if it is him that I love or his work, but since I never got the opportunity to get to know him, I guess we can all safely assume it's his work. I grew up watching his movies and I still continue to get excited to watch any new movie that he's a part of.
    On that note, Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children - which Tim Burton directed - is coming out THIS THURSDAY so I'm super stoked to watch it!!!
    (If you can't tell how stoked I am, I don't usually use three exclamation marks in my blog, so that really says something.)





    Coming back to this outfit, the striped pants came back into the style scene a few years ago and people were embracing the trend which is so good, but in all honesty the only reason I was gravitating naturally towards vertically-striped pants is Tim Burton - or to be more precise, there are two reasons: Beetlejuice (which Tim Burton directed) and Jack Skellington (Tim Burton was one of the writers for The Nightmare Before Christmas).

    These black-and-white striped pants are so synonymous with Beetlejuice though, so I was totally feeling like Mrs. Beetlejuice on the day I had these pants + black derby shoes on.

    Note: If you know where I can get an affordable matching blazer to go with these pants, LET ME KNOW ASAP.

    Lending some sweet, girl-power feminine vibes to my whole outfit by wearing this Selena Gomez's 'Revival' tour t-shirt - which, interesting story, is actually Shah's t-shirt and not mine; he's a fan of her songs and my sister is a self-proclaimed "Selenator" so they had gone to her concert together a couple of months ago in Malaysia - and I'm glad he got a t-shirt out of it that perfectly matches my pants!





    PS: Check out my favourite Beetlejuice t-shirt in action in Denim jeans Phase and Sneakers Love!



    I don't know if you guys know this but I love Tim Burton. I really, really do.
    Oh, by the way - I'm just gonna say this real casually - I've met him.

    I can't really tell if it is him that I love or his work, but since I never got the opportunity to get to know him, I guess we can all safely assume it's his work. I grew up watching his movies and I still continue to get excited to watch any new movie that he's a part of.
    On that note, Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children - which Tim Burton directed - is coming out THIS THURSDAY so I'm super stoked to watch it!!!
    (If you can't tell how stoked I am, I don't usually use three exclamation marks in my blog, so that really says something.)





    Coming back to this outfit, the striped pants came back into the style scene a few years ago and people were embracing the trend which is so good, but in all honesty the only reason I was gravitating naturally towards vertically-striped pants is Tim Burton - or to be more precise, there are two reasons: Beetlejuice (which Tim Burton directed) and Jack Skellington (Tim Burton was one of the writers for The Nightmare Before Christmas).

    These black-and-white striped pants are so synonymous with Beetlejuice though, so I was totally feeling like Mrs. Beetlejuice on the day I had these pants + black derby shoes on.

    Note: If you know where I can get an affordable matching blazer to go with these pants, LET ME KNOW ASAP.

    Lending some sweet, girl-power feminine vibes to my whole outfit by wearing this Selena Gomez's 'Revival' tour t-shirt - which, interesting story, is actually Shah's t-shirt and not mine; he's a fan of her songs and my sister is a self-proclaimed "Selenator" so they had gone to her concert together a couple of months ago in Malaysia - and I'm glad he got a t-shirt out of it that perfectly matches my pants!





    PS: Check out my favourite Beetlejuice t-shirt in action in Denim jeans Phase and Sneakers Love!

    4 comments

    1. First..Tim Burton.... Everything he touches is magic!
      I LOVE his work...(Soooooooooo envious of you meeting him)
      The new film is hotly awaited by my youngest two ( and their mum).
      Second.... This outfit is perfect!
      The patent derby shoes.
      The striped trousers.
      Your Tee, scarf, bag, jacket....I want it all.
      Great styling.
      XXX
      Samantha
      www.fakefabulous.com

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      1. Ah, another Tim Burton fan!!! What a pleasure to know that about you! I'm watching the movie tonight and I'm pretty excited. I really hope it's going to as amazing as the trailer!

        Thank you, I'm glad you approve of the outfit. I really want a matching blazer (my brother thinks I'm nuts for this) so if you see any good affordable one online or in any major high-street store, please, let me know! XO

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    2. I love knowing that you're a Tim Burton fan. He is certainly a very talented artist who really thinks way outside the box!
      I think your black and white stripey pants are totally cool. What about combining them with your blazer with the faux leather sleeves!!!
      I'll be keeping my eyes open for a striped blazer. Would small polka dots be a fun pattern mix for a hijab?

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      1. He really is, isn't he?

        I'm delighted you know about my faux-leather-sleeved blazer! And you're right, it WOULD go well with these pants, thank you, Judy! I can't remember the last time I wore it, because the sleeves can get quite hot - but anything for style, eh? Hahaha!

        I do love me some polka dots (and sometimes loads of them, all at once!). I actually do own a polka dot blazer, which I haven't worn in a while, too.

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