FAVE 5: Off-Shoulder Smoulder | Clozette

One of the perks of living in the tropics is that we can enjoy the cooling weather without having to compromise the warm feel of the sun. Baring some skin is still an option and what's another classy way to do it than going for some off-shoulder garb. 

Scroll on to see how the Community rocks the look. 

Fun and dainty

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Glam night

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Carefree and casual

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Ruffled up

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Fresh breeze

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We've got that Friday feelin'. You know? The unwavering excitement for taking some rest and reading up on new happenings in the worlds of fashion and beauty. Here are just some of the new things we've learned.

The Ordinary goes physical

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After ColourPop Cosmetics, another affordable brand is coming to Sephora. The Ordinary, known for their no-nonsense skincare products, will soon be available in brick and mortar Sephora stores and online. We're still waiting on word if they're coming to our side of the world, too, though. 

Catch Mayday Live for free

Taiwanese Mandopop band Mayday is coming to Singapore, and you have a chance to see them live — for free! For Beloved Girl is holding a contest and you can stand a chance to win Category 1 tickets by joining. Get the details here.

MAC Viva Glam

MAC Viva Glam's newest spokesperson is musician Sia. The brand and the singer-songwriter collaborated to make a red shade of lipstick, whose name has yet to be announced. It will be available next year.

Fashion Icon

Donatella Versace has gone far from the shadows of his late brother's success. Not just making a mark in the industry, Donatella has cemented her legacy. This year, the driving force behind the Italian brand Versace is set to receive the Fashion Icon Award at the British Fashion Council's 2017 Fashion Awards. Brava, Donatella!

(Cover photo from: @deciem)

Check out the fun happenings earlier this week here.



Meghan Markle, of Suits fame, has been engaged to Prince Harry of England. While their relationship is quite on the down low, many have been rooting for the two and were eager to know whether they would actually end up together. And now, the time has finally come. But before we revel in the joy of learning about where their story, akin to a fairy tale, would go, let’s put the spotlight on Markle. Who is she? Here are five things we learned.

Gender equality supporter

Markle is an active spokesperson for UN Women and has been a big supporter of Emma Watson’s He For She campaign.


Markle is also a humanitarian and has worked on various causes, including providing clean and safe water for places that are in dire need of it.

Former blogger

The actress ran a lifestyle website called The Tig, where she shared stories about fashion, beauty, food, culture and self-empowerment. The site shut down in April 2017.

Style star

The future missus has an upscale style. She’s often seen wearing outfits that wow, and most recently, she’s been wearing a lot of Canadian designers. Although Markle is American, she has spent a lot of her time in Canada, where Suits is shot.

Brave about change

Markle, who has been vocal about her struggle in finding good roles in Hollywood because she is biracial, has announced that she is leaving Suits. While she has not said that she will no longer do acting jobs, Markle said she was ready to make a change in her career and help Prince Harry in his charitable work.

(Cover photo from: @meghanmarkle)

Inspired? Get to know more remarkable women like Markle and Emma Watson.