I love exploring new places monthly. If I’m too busy to travel to another country, within Singapore itself I realise there’s many new hidden gems to discover:)
My latest find is Geylang Serai. This place holds a nostalgic feeling for me as when I was younger, one of my many school field trips would be here.
When I set foot again in this place, I was reminded of the snacks my friends and I would sneak around and eat while walking, not to get caught by our teachers!
So, I thought why not explore this place wearing Batigel Boutique’s clothes since Australia was the first country I ever travelled too when I was 18 years old:)
Batigel Boutique is a new Australian fashion brand that I have recently collaborated with. I chose a blouse and bottom to shop from here.
I adore my Pants as I find the Army Prints design rather unique with splashes of yellow, grey and white! I must say it’s one of the most comfortable pair I’ve worn in my life:)
You might ask why this shop? Well, I love how fun their designs are both for work and casual!
Not forgetting, their new arrivals which are constantly updated and you’ll never get bored of their garments. Of course, their reasonable priced good quality items are definitely a treat!
You too can shop items from Batigel Boutique https://batigel.com and use my code PARAMES30 at checkout for 30% off your order:)
The first stop at Geylang Serai in my Batiguel’s Red Lace Blouse,had to be the playground I used to play with my friends. It brought back so many memories of me running around, falling down and trying to catch up with my friends, since I was fat back then.
Oh the good old days! I’m glad I wore the Lace Blouse as it is cooling and stylish for a humid day.
I love the Ruffled sleeves and how the cut is appropriate for all types of body figure ranging from small to big size like me.
After a long while, I’ve finally fallen in love with a Lace Peplum that makes me look and feel good:)
Suddenly, it started pouring so I had to hurry and find shelter. I entered Wisma Geylang, a new social and cultural hub today while in the past it was shophouses here.
Though the building is modern, the essence of the Malay community is intact with their musical instruments, costumes and etc.
I really enjoyed myself in Wisma Geylang as it’s very different from the other malls in Singapore. If you get a chance, you should drop by this place and you’ll learn a lot about the Malay community!
Exploring can be tiring so I’m taking a little break and linking some of my favourite Lace Tops from Batigel Boutique below:)
Let me know what are some places you reminisce and items you got from Batigel Boutique?
Till my next adventure! Have fun with fashion:)