Hey everyone!

Today's post is a bit different because it will be showing a throwback outfit. As you can already guess, the outfit consists of the colour, Red.

To be frank, I am really fond of the colour, Red. For me, it is an interesting colour. It symbolises passion or desire. At the same time, it exhibits such  strikingness that inevitably causes your eyes to be drawn to it. I have put together this outfit during the fall, and it was actually my first outfit for my classes! Naqib Hamidon was the photographer for the shoot (All photos are taken by Naqib H). It was my first time working with him, and after being friends with him since college, it was a bit awkward... but in a good way.

The focus of the outfit is the burning red colour, so I have decided to make every other clothing material to be very subtle, yet it complements the red sweater. 

I remember that I bought this sweater, randomly. It's like one of those days, when you just have the urge to look for stuff online but not actually planning to buy anything. But I ended up getting this sweater! It's from Jack Wills, and when I saw it, I really liked the design. Consequently, leading me to buy it. (Low self control)

The sweater has a distinct maroon coloured neckline and elbow patches, which ultimately harmonises well with the burning red colour. I have also matched it with a pastel blue oxford shirt and an off-white coloured chinos. As for the shoes, it's an olive-hued plimsoll from Lacoste.

As to keep up with the cold weather, I have decided to wear my black peacoat from Topman. By the way, the colour black goes really well with red and white. 

I do apologise for the really short post. The reason for this is, university workload is getting hefty because it's my final undergraduate year! So, I have been very busy. But I really you guys like the outfit. Till next time.



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