An Insta-Worthy Guide To These Nature-Inspired Cafes | Clozette

Themed cafes have gained popularity over the years no matter which side of the globe you’re on. But one of our favourite themes? The one that’s booming with flora and fauna to serve as the urbanite’s escape from busy city streets. We round up five of the best nature-inspired cafes that you should add to your travel itinerary.

Grub Fitzroy in Melbourne

Known for their laid-back vibe, this greenhouse-inspired cafe was really just supposed to be a garden. The city council opposed to the owners’ idea of turning it into a greenspace, that’s why they decided to switch things up a bit and transform it into a cafe and restaurant, with some of the ingredients grown right under the lot. Healthy and filling with vegan and vegetarian options, your Aussie experience won’t be complete if you give this a miss!

Aoyama Flower Market Tea House in Tokyo

A popular flower cafe with several outlets in Minami-Aoyama, Kichijoji, and Akasaka, Aoyama Flower Market Tea House is a flower shop and teahouse in one. Step into this fragrant floral world for a truly sensorial experience for the nose and taste buds with its delectable selection of afternoon tea and desserts.

Wildseed Cafe and Bar in Singapore

Decorated with greens inside and out, the picturesque Wildseed is a nice breather away from the hustle of the city. Whether you’re up for brunch, hearty lunches, or a casual bar experience at night, you should definitely add this to your Singapore food buzz itinerary.

La Laguna in Bali

Going bohemian? Sip a cup of coffee and soak in the colourful backdrop contrasted against Bali’s amazing greenery. Every corner of this cafe warrants a post in your’ gram, stat!

Fujiflower Cafe in Taiwan

We’ve all heard about the Modern Toilet Restaurant in Taipei, but that’s not all there is to this exciting city! If that’s not your cup of tea, why not take another interesting route and head to Fuji Flower Cafe? You will surely not miss an abundance of fresh flowers and leafy greens decorating its shopfront.

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The successful comeback of crop tops is evident in the past months. Not only is it a beachwear staple, it has also made its mark in casual and, to some extent, formal wear. If you're looking for fresh ideas on how to style crop tops, here are some awesome ones from the #Clozette Community

Spaghetti-strapped wrap crop top with a midi skirt

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Knotted crop top paired with shorts

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We all have days when we already put on an outfit but it just feels like it's not looking right. Whether it's showing off curves that we don't want to be accentuated or it's our confidence that is just not playing to our advantage, there are surefire ways to remedy an unflattering outfit. Ahead, we give you our top stylish tips on acing any look with confidence.

Wide-legged pants give the illusion of slimmer and longer legs

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If you’ve always been envious of model Miranda Kerr’s long and toned gams, you are not alone. Balancing out your torso to your heavy thighs does not get solved without exercise, but by wearing a mid-rise to high-waist pair of wide-leg pants, you elongate and balance out your legs. Wearing heels or wedges with this look won’t hurt for added height.

Minimise your bust with a draped dress

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Being blessed with “assets” that many women envy is not always an advantage. Clothes tend to not fit your proportions well, making it hard to come up with an outfit that complements your body shape. Given this, try a dress with a draped décolleté that will keep your bust at ease and not constricted. Remember, a plunging neckline will only draw more attention to your bust, while a too-high neckline can still emphasise your bust’s overall shape. Make sure that the cut of the dress emphasises the curve of your waist, too, to balance out your torso and your lower body. 

Arms not toned? Go for a cut-out blouse

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Not everyone has supermodel-like arms, but that doesn't mean you should skip out on showing off yours. Wear a cut-out blouse with sleeves that fall just a little below your shoulders to inject sexiness into your look, without making you feel conscious about your arms. This will highlight your shoulders more for a chic, subtly sexy look. 

Give your booty a boost with textured bottoms

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Why go for padded underwear to boost your booty when you can create the same effect au naturel?  Avoid going for tight-hugging bottoms that will further show a flat profile. Instead, if you’ve got nice legs but feel like you need a butt lift, go for a textured pair of shorts like a lace number to create an illusion of a sized up rear. 

Cinch that waist with a wide belt

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On the road to getting rock hard abs but still not quite there yet? Achieve a similar effect by incorporating a wide belt into your outfit. It gives the illusion of a slimmer waist and an hourglass figure all while making you look more stylish. Imagine an instant tummy tuck without going under the knife!

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