Guest Post: Blue is The Warmest Colour

Hi everyone I'm Amal! For those who don't know I share a blog with my sister at Bohemian Brighties.  My early interest in fashion saw me begin my blog as a teenager about 7 years ago and since then it grew into becoming more than just documenting my outfits. When I was invited to write for Wearrior Instinct as their first guest writer for this week I couldn't be happier to help out.

As an inherent nerd for dressing up, I love playing with silhouettes and colours, and I feel that this outfit definitely climbed up the ranks and earned a permanent position as one of my favourite ensembles that I don't mind wearing them over and over again. Especially being back in Brunei, I feel more comfortable wearing clothes that are lightweight and tailored to cover my teh tarik loaded stomach.

For the past month, I've been wearing hints of blue and I reckon it's my longing for clear blue skies because the weather here is not getting any better. Yes, blues have steadily made their way into the foundations of my wardrobe. I paired an electric blue MANGO top with this high-waisted-slightly-wide-leg pair from ZARA. The trousers are my favourite like everything else in ZARA, and I especially love how they elongate my legs; it's a serious game changing illusion. I love a good combination of colours too so I felt that the orange bag was fitting... because no matter how much I challenge myself to step out of my comfort zone, some things will never change.

Special thanks to Daiy for being a wonderful sport and to my wonderful friends here at Wearrior Instinct. If you feel like stalking me you're more than welcome to do so at @cupofnamaste. Have a pleasant week ahead! :)



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