Get Springed-Up With Roxy | Clozette

We're not yet done with dishing out our Featured Fashionista's fashion and beauty secrets. For our last interview with our Featured Fashionista for March, Roxy Sibayan, we asked her to share what her Spring favourites are.

We found out that it's not your usual floral clothing and no makeup look. Read on to find out more about her Spring style!


What is your favourite Spring Outfit? 

Definitely outfits with blazer, especially during night parties when it gets cold. You can never go wrong with a blazer. It adds spice to your outfit. Like I said: boring clothes are not acceptable for me. 

What is your favourite Spring Makeup look? 

It would black eyeliner, black contact lenses, a bit of a white eyeshadow as highlight, and red lipstick for a pop of colour.



(cover photo from Cat_jiajia)

As women, we are not bound to dress in heels, skirts, and blouses. We have tons of options to wear--including menswear. However, not all fashionistas can carry-out this look flawlessly. You'll need a whole lot of swag and rebelliousness to pull it off. So we asked our Clozetters what items they love borrowing from the men's section and how they style it with such swag. 

Here's what they had to say!



"Casual, short-sleeved, button down shirts are great because they are versatile in the sense that they can serve as outerwear or a top. In addition, the cutting is less tapered and hence more comfortable. The other item I would steal rather than borrow would be a snapback 'cos it completes my street outfits like icing on a cake."


"I would say that I like to break the boundaries between 'menswear' and 'womenswear' by styling menswear in a way that I would want to wear it. I have never been the type to play by the rules. I like to challenge myself by wearing things that would make others feel intrigued about my style. Quite a lot of my inspirations come from the male wardrobe e.g. by layering, shirts, oversized tees, oversized jacket, leather & etc."


"I love borrowing men's jackets and snapbacks! There's nothing chic-er than adding something so expectedly boy-ish to an otherwise girly outfit. (plus, jackets that are a size too big are just effortlessly cool!)"


"The one thing that I like to borrow would be the snapback cap! The amount of caps that boys have is probably comparable to a girl's shoe cabinet. So why not just borrow one? It's the almost perfect solution to counter a bad hair day too! Just throw on some basics and I'm ready to go."



Known for its luxe, structured, yet earthy designs, Coach is embarking on a whimsical journey in celebration of the beautiful ‘oddness’ that’s born of American style and the attitude of New York City. Featuring original drawings by Californian artist and animator Gary Baseman, Coach's new collaboration sees a collection filled with quirky, whimsical drawings juxtaposed against Coach's streamlined design, creating a blending of worlds that is both alluring and fascinating. 

As one of today’s most prominent and multi-faceted Los Angeles-based artists. Gary Baseman's work explores the human condition and the complexity of relationships, family, and history--as seen in his early works as an illustrator for The New Yorker, Time, and Rolling Stone; and even in his designer toys, paintings, performances, videos, and photographs. 

For his collaboration with Coach, Gary Baseman introduces a series of darkly playful ‘creatures’, each developed with a story of the Coach girl in mind. The collection features bags, phone cases, necklaces, and key-rings, all inspired by quirky American sub-cultures and unexpected juxtapositions--all done with the aim of subverting the familiar.

With such a unique angle to their latest collection, we are definitely inspired by Gary Baseman and Coach's thought-provoking pieces that champion the art of expressing one's individuality, making every day a little bit more twisted.