8 Date Outfit Looks Courtesy Of Coachella | Clozette

Don’t let your geolocation stop you from donning an outfit inspired by Coachella. The carefree style of the festival is just perfect for the tropics. Going on a date soon? Read on as cleo.com.sg shares outfits you can take inspiration from.


Laid-back but ultra stylish, this crocheted top and maxi skirt combo is perfect for a casual brunch date with your boo.

Dove Cameron

Pairing a layered ruffle dress with boots gives the girly outfit a twist. Try this combo when you go out for dinner for a dressy-but-still-casual vibe.

Olivia Culpo

Olivia Culpo’s jumpsuit is all business at the front and sexiness on the sides. Wear the outfit to work with a jacket over or a shirt under it, then take them off for after-work drinks with your date.

(Cover photo from: jassiechia)

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Hey, May! We’re already on the fifth month of the year. Oh, where did the time go? Well, you know what they say — time flies by when you’re having fun. And boy, are we having so much fun discovering fun new things and learning about juicy new collabs in the worlds of fashion and beauty.

Wanna know what piqued our interest this month? Here they are.

Met Gala Faves

Fashion icons and the biggest names in Hollywood got together on Monday to celebrate the work of Japanese label Comme de Garcons, founded by Rei Kawakubo. All of them were dressed to the nines and prettified like no other, but the ones who stole the show for us were Rihanna and Zendaya.


Still on the fashion train, ZALORA has just launched the exclusive Sometime Designed by Rizalman collection. The bag collection named RIBAG created by two of Malaysia’s most renowned fashion brands, Sometime and designer Dato Rizalman Ibrahim, comes in 12 different colours that will suit just about every style and personality.


“When was the last time you told your mum you appreciated her?” asks Millennials of Singapore. The community partnered with L’Oreal Singapore to spread the message of the importance of letting our mothers know how much we value them, no matter how busy we are.

Two words: crepe cake

Flying with Singapore Airlines anytime soon? You’re in for a treat — and a sweet one at that. When you fly suite, first class or business class, you’ll have the chance to experience delectable custom-designed Lady M Mille Crepe Cakes. Yum!

Kate Moss’s daughter in hot water

Kate Moss’s daughter has followed her footsteps. Lila Grace has made her modelling debut, but she was not exactly welcomed warmly. In the ad for Braid Bar, Lila is seen sporting colourful cornrows. The ad was deemed to be culturally appropriating.

Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Palette

Moving on to a different kind of shock, the first Super Shock Cheek Palette is coming soon courtesy of the brand’s collaboration with fashion and lifestyle blogger Sonya Esman.

(Cover photo from: @zendaya)

Wanna recap last week's fun stuff? Here you go.



Who knew that Bata is still bringing in the cool after a whopping 123 years? In April, I attended the first-of-its-kind Bata Fashion Weekend in Prague to witness the launch of the footwear and fashion accessory brand’s new brand manifesto, ‘Me & Comfortable With It’. And boy, was I comfortable strolling down the cobblestone streets of Prague in the Bata shoes that I unboxed just a few days prior to the trip.

The beautiful capital city of Czech Republic was a fitting location for the brand’s global launch. With architectural buildings flavoured with an unapologetic wealth of history, Prague lent the perfect setting for Bata’s equally rich heritage — and beyond. Read on as I bring you through the highlights of my Bata Fashion Weekend.

Celebrating ‘Me & Comfortable With It’

The first-ever Bata Fashion Weekend began in the heart of Prague, where the public and media alike gathered at the Czech National Theatre piazzetta. Under the distinctively deep, resonant voice of Czech singer Tonya Graves, real women — not models — of every shape, size, type and identity strutted down the runway.

From “She’s tall and comfortable with it” to “She’s eccentric and comfortable with it”, the new brand manifesto conveyed a powerful message of individuality and womanhood. Not to forget, there was the footwear fashion — fronted by Bata, no less — that came along with it, too. Whoever said, “being comfortable in your own skin,” probably never heard of “being comfortable in your own shoes".

Getting my shoppin’ on at the massive Bata flagship store

To experience the massive retail footprint of the renowned Czech brand, we were invited to the Bata flagship store in Wenceslas Square. The largest Bata department store in the world, this 3,122-square-meter store offers seven sprawling floors of the ultimate retail therapy experience.

Feasting on stylish comfort on the runway

Set in La Fabrika — a theatre with an edgy, industrial vibe — the message was clear on the Bata fashion runway: sexy was made comfortable, and comfort was made sexy. Unlike the conventional runway, this one boasted of everyday men and women clad in Czech designer brands and footwear that showed off a surprisingly distinct design philosophy.

Despite the brand’s longstanding heritage, Bata’s latest brand manifesto hinted at a contemporary approach with a ‘new cool’ factor. I say, brace yourselves; Bata will be quite unlike what you’ve seen, heard or known before.

Taking to the streets of Prague in Bata

What I wore: Bata Metallic Gold Loafers

What I wore: Bata Black Mules with the Classic Tassel

What I wore: Bata Floral-Embroidered Denim Slip-Ons

What I wore: (Left) Bata Tomy Takkies; (Right) Bata Italian Collection Sneakers

Of course, my Bata Fashion Weekend would not be complete without slipping on some Bata shoes. From the metallic gold loafers to the blush sneakers from the Italian Collection, comfort chic was the common pull factor that I simply could not ignore. What can I say? I’m #ComfortableWithIt.

Find out more about Bata here.