Clozette Tea Party 2019: Digital Wanderers In Malaysia | Clozette


No prizes guessing where we wandered off to for the second stop of our annual tea party after Singapore: right “next door”, Malaysia! With the buzz of last October’s gathering with members of our community still fresh in our minds, this April’s session saw us getting acquainted with new faces on top of meeting a handful of our most supportive Clozetters.


A photo collage of ladies smiling

Our digital wanderers came together at Happ Café (where we welcomed our community to step into their new Clozette two years ago) and were treated to a delightful afternoon tea along with a series of fun activities that perfectly defined the essence of our regular get-togethers. Guests adorned their hands with a Baby-G by Casio showcase and EMMEzing NAILS DIY nail polish wraps; got their LANEIGE Layering Cover Cushions personalised with calligraphy; and were treated to a scalp analysis by Ryo Hair.


But that’s not all, of course. There were delicately wrapped mini floral bouquets, beauty pouch customisation with stick-on patches, temporary tattoos, and finally, a goodie bag to bring home and remember the party by. And for the lucky ones: three guests got to walk away with a Baby-G by Casio watch each, while one winner scored a one-night staycation for two courtesy of Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur. Keep scrolling to see our event highlights.



Getting their hands adorned with Baby-G by Casio watches and EMMEzing NAILS nail wraps


On the left is a display of three pale pastel-coloured watches; On the right is a photo of a lady getting her nail done.


Personalising their very own LANEIGE Layering Cover Cushions with calligraphy work


On the left is a photo of a table with colourful cosmetic products on display; On the right is a close-up of a hand holding a personalised rose-coloured compact foundation.


Enjoying a scalp analysis by Ryo Hair


On the left is a display of different haircare products; On the right is a mobile scalp analysis equipment on display.


Treating themselves to mini floral bouquets and temporary tattoos


On the left is a photo of a tiny floral bouquet; On the right is a photo of someone applying a temporary tattoo of clouds on her hand, plus a wooden plate full of other tattoos.


Trying their hands on beauty pouch customisation


A woman customising her small canvas pouch with various designs.


Lucky winners with prizes from Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur and Baby-G by Casio


Lucky winners pose for the camera while holding their prizes.


A goodie bag to remember the party by


A small flower bouquet, stickers, a scrapbook, a foundation cushion, a bottle of shampoo, a black paper bag, and other sorts of skincare products are all laid down on mosaic tiles.

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These days the weather has been unbearably hot in our region. Yes, we may be tropical babes who are used to warm weather but the summer season is on a whole different level. Dealing with sweaty pits, damp hair and that feeling of having a sheer layer of sweat all over your body the whole day is not glamorous — at all. But don't despair, there are a lot of ways to still look cute despite the heat. Keep reading for tips on how you can stay stylish when it's 30°C outside.


Lessen the arm candy


Baby G G-MS


It's not a good idea to wear heavy bling-bling in the summer. Not only will it give you a case of the sticky arm from unevaporated sweat, but it can also lead to the discolouration of your jewellery. The added weight just isn't worth it. Instead, choose a stylish timepiece made from sturdy metals that won't easily fade. Consider the Baby-G G-MS, which, in addition to being an arm candy itself, is also very smart in converting sunlight into its own source of power.


Step up your athleisure game


Athleisure Outfit

(Photo from: karenskierrific)


Feeling like you're always in a hot yoga session when you step out in the streets? We feel you. In this case, just go with the flow and wear clothes that are usually only reserved for the gym. Work out clothes can keep you breezy with their lightweight built and cooling fabrics. Now, you may think that athleisure is so 2017 but believe us when we say that with a few updates, you can come up with a fresh look. Aside from the classic tank top and trainers combo, you can also try pairing yoga pants with a flowy wrap-top or layering your cute sports bra with a sheer top.


Dresses for days


Cute Summer Dress

(Photo from: shermaineinez)


The most effortless way to beat the heat in style is to wear loose dresses. For those who identify as a 'pants-person', this can be a challenge. But what is summer if not a time to broaden your style horizons? Trade your heavy denim for cotton sundresses. Heed our advice; do it once to see how it feels and you may just find that it's more comfortable to get out of your fashion comfort zone.


Keep it light


Cute Summer Dress

(Photo from: Lecinlurve)


When it comes to summer dressing, you have to keep two things light: the hues and the fabric. Pick outfits that showcase bright colours as these shades tend to absorb less heat. If you have a minimalist wardrobe, here's a guide on how to incorporate colours without betraying your core aesthetic. Next, choose light and breathable fabrics such as chambray, rayon and linen. Wearing clothes made from these fabrics will lessen the possibility of suffering from prickly heat.



Sport a sunhat


Girl wearing sunhat

(Photo from: konyoqueen)


For now, retire the berets and baker boys. It's time to bring out those big sunhats once again! We know, it's a bit dorky to sport hats with big brims but it's a really practical way to keep cool this summer. Plus, with this eye-catching accessory, you can put a little less effort on your outfit and still look fabulous. If you want something more subtle, another alternative is to wear the trendy bucket hat


(Cover photo from: konyoqueen)


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With temperatures reaching an all-time high, it feels tempting to just go out in our swimsuits. But is there a way to make them appropriate for the city, when you're miles away from the sand and shore? These girls from the Clozette Community show us how to rock the suit even when you don't feel like swimming. 


Bahama Babe


orange swimsuit

(Photo from: shasha_ana)


Tropical Flavour


botanical print top

(Photo from: MarlinaCarlos)



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