Guest Post: The Mayden


 I'm right there with you, child of woe, sacred sartorial speaker for all.

While my predisposition to shroud myself in Black prevails, pops of bright colours such as red and orange have been creeping their way into my outfits in recent weeks. Mustard is the mischief that splashes my canvas with colour this time round.

Abiding by the fashion law that states the colour's slenderizing power, I went for a streamlined silhouette in the form of a black button down half-tucked into leggings. Understanding that it is almost a crime to wear leggings as pants, I consciously left the back of the button down out of the neat tuck to neutralize the sacrilege committed (aka a fancy way to say let the shirt cover up my unflattering bum.)

While black is a universally appealing colour, it often falls into the danger zone of appearing flat out boring due to the uniformity of it. Antidotes to nullify this includes playing with interesting cuts and layering. My personal favourite way to offset this, however, is to slap on a humongous necklace for purposes of breaking the snoozing insipid and bringing back the drama (aka life).

What's more lively than gargantuan piece of accessory? An adorable cat-eared beanie. Slipping that onto my head though the weather and my fuzzy hair yells protests against my decision, I tied the entire look together with similarly-coloured socks and my usual platform boots.

For those unfamiliar with me, my name is May Cho. Brunei-based, I write with style at The Mayden, a blog with a focus on writing alongside showcases of personal style. A huge thank you to the Wearriors for inviting me to guest post on Wearrior Instinct!

Have a lovely week!




  1. How gorgeous you look man. The way you are carrying this dress is really amazing and I am very much amazed by your dressing. Great share!



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