Brunei's 31st National Day

Hello everyone!

First of all, I would like to apologise for the delay in posting this blog post. I have not been feeling well for past couple of the days, which ultimately led me unable to make a blog post for last weekend. With that being said, although it's a bit late but...


Coat: Hollister
Fleece: Nike
Shorts: Karrimor
Tights: Karrimor
Hiking Trainers: New Balance
Gloves: Timberland

Since last academic year, BruSheff has made the hike to Peak District an annual event now. It was definitely a different atmosphere this time around. Different yet it was very pleasant. Moving swiftly on, for the sports attire that I wore for the hike. Well, it's definitely uncanny to wear something fashionable for anything to do with sports. The dichotomy between fashion versus comfort. However, at certain times, you can actually be wearing something comfortable, as well as looking good. 

I have made a visit to Sports Direct, a day before the hike. And the funny thing was, I did not plan to have any particular clothing for the hike (it didn't occur to me as well). Most of the sports attire they have, could not accommodate for my body. However, as I browsed around relentlessly with my friends, I managed to find a yellow shorts that actually fit me well. As well as, black tights. Then, the hunt for a sports top was easy, when one of my friend just handed me a white fleece, which was the last size and the only one that fits me very well. I remember coming out of the fitting room, and looking at the mirror, the only missing colour is red, which I just happen to have a red coat. I knew from then on, I was wearing Brunei flag's colour for the hike. 

Classic Bruneian colour combination: Red, White, Yellow and Black

As for the shoes, I bought a hiking trainers from New Balance. When I first saw it, I thought the colours looked incredible, which led me to buying.

Combination of Aqua, Blue, Purple and Magenta just harmonises one another // Photo by Naqib H

Another angle of New Balance's hiking trainers
When I became the human Bruneian flag for a moment. Featuring Mustaqim H and Wafi J.
The view on top of the hills was gorgeous. 
Definitely proud of being a Bruneian

That is all for now guys! Thank you for reading for my first sports attire. Hope you guys liked it! I personally feel like colours should be experimented and used more in sports.

Next cycle of our blog post will be very interesting. Stay tuned.



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