Top SG50 Fashion Picks To Own | Clozette

This year is Singapore’s golden jubilee year and many brands and merchants have introduced various limited edition SG50 goods to celebrate this wonderful occasion as well as to entice shoppers to own a piece of Singapore’s history. It is certainly very meaningful to add a stylish SG50 item to your closet in view of the wide variety of offerings from the various brands, ranging from bags, clothes and watches to pens and jewellery


However, it can also be rather confusing to decide which SG50 items to invest in. So scroll down for some exclusive SG50 items which are definitely worth looking at.

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Fendi SG50 Petite 2Jours Bag



Upon hearing that there are only 16 pieces of this limited edition Magenta calfskin Fendi Petite 2Jours handbag with the all-over multicolor geometric orchid print available, it was certainly a must-have item to grab at their preview event.

MCM SG50 Bag Charms



Check out these cute lion mascot bag charms from MCM! The one on the left even comes dressed in cool shades and raincoat to signify Singapore’s tropical climate!


Kavant and Sharart SG50 Jewellery Collection



The National Museum of Singapore invited the award-winning husband and wife team to come up with a series of jewellery designs to commemorate the SG50 year. Seen here is one of their SG50 designs which was recently available during the Singapore Jewel Fest 2015. And if you’re all about uniqueness—take note that this is the one and only piece in the world, so no worries about another person wearing the exact same ring as you.


Swatch SG50 Watch



This batch of the annual Swatch Club Watches come with the SG50 logo and is one of the most affordable yet meaningful items to own.


Mont Blanc SG50 Commemorative Meisterstück White Solitaire Writing Instruments



Own a piece of writing history with these limited edition writing instruments from Mont Blanc in precious white lacquer and red gold fittings which are engraved with the city’s skyline. Notice the familiar Singapore Flyer being elegantly engraved onto the fountain pen?

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(cover photo from Huiminxoxo)


What makes a perfect OOTD? Is it just the outfit, your pose, or your makeup? We have news for you, your background counts as well! To take the perfect picture, you need to have a “set” that will complement your outfit, as well as make it stand out. And what better venue to take a picture, than a cafe? 
 
We all know about Starbucks and The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf - they have delicious drinks and snacks, but when you’re in the zone to take a little OOTD snap, you can barely move because they’re both so packed with people!

To remedy that, we have come up with our own list of top cafes to go to when you’re in the mood for a little pick-me-up, some delicious food, and beautiful interior and exterior decorations for that perfect photo!

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Yardstick


Located at: 106 Esteban Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City

If you’re ever in the need of a simple space to take a picture of your fabulous look, Yardstick has you covered with their Unconventional Coffee Bar, a space that promotes openness and for customers and baristas to interact with one another. This space is unlike any other with its wide and simple aesthetic, making it perfect for a little photography session.
Toby's Estate


Located at: Salcedo Village, Ortigas, Century City Mall, SM Aura, and Bonifacio Global City

Sick of overcrowded places? Then this cafe is for you! Toby’s Estate looks like an artsy cafe at first, but it’s really a cozy and rustic location that will cater to all your needs. And when you’re in the mood to take your outfit snaps, there are a number of areas within and outside the cafe that will add something beautiful and unique to your photo!


TWG


Located at: Greenbelt 5, Bonifacio High Street, Shangri-La Plaza, Rockwell, and Resorts World Manila

For all the fancy people out there, TWG is one of the best cafe and tea places to take your OOTD. Its shelves are piled high with different jars of teas and coffees, their pastries and snacks look divine, and their glossy gold interior just screams, “take a picture!”


Subspace


Located at: Ortigas, Pasig City

Located in one of the busiest business districts, Subspace boasts more than just delicious and hearty meals. Its urban, grafitti-esque murals and space age chairs and tables make it a good place to take fun and geeky OOTDs.


Barkin Blends


Located at: Loyola Heights, Quezon City

Why not invite some furry friends into your OOTD snap? At Barkin Blends, where everything is funner and happier, cuddly dogs, animal posters, and colorful cupcakes makes this place every Instagrammer’s dream.

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What's your favorite cafe to take OOTDs? Tell us all about it in the comment section below!

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(cover photo from @beaconstantino)


Filipino stylist Bea Constantino wasn’t always into fashion. In fact, her passion for it came to her like fate - there was an opening for a fashion assistant at a local magazine, and since she desperately needed a job, she took it! She eventually fell in love with the industry, which came as a huge surprise to her, and hasn’t looked back since.


Describing herself as a stylist and a ballet dancer at heart, Bea boasts an impressive clientele such as Kim Jones, Solenn Heussaff, Ruffa Guttierez, and even Paris Hilton, styling the heiress-turned-businesswoman while she was here in the Philippines.

Watch her feature on ClozetteTV below:


In her special feature with ClozetteTV, she described the ups and downs of being a stylist, as well as her journey into becoming one, and of course, finding her own personal style! So to celebrate her passion for fashion, here are our 5 favourite looks from Bea’s own style!

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Pretty in Pink


The pop of colour from her blazer perfectly pulls her outfit of neutrals together, for a simple and fun look! Whether you’re casually strolling around the city or heading over to a business meeting, this outfit is perfect for any of that.
A Nod to Mod


The Mod era was definitely the best time for dresses, A-line dresses to be specific, because they just flattered everyone. Bea applies her loves for simplicity with this black and white A-line frock, but makes it stand out even more by sporting a statement lip and bold sunglasses.


Suit Up


Everyone needs a power suit, and this gray suit and red polo definitely screams that! But remembering to stay comfortable, Bea opts for a relaxing and loose fit, instead of a structured one, reminding all of us that suits can be fun too.


Back to Black


Bea’s laid back style turns this all-black ensemble into a 2-in-1 — it’s all about business in front with the button down and trousers, and party at the back with its flirty heels and backless top.


Cool and Comfy in Pastel


Going back to her love for laid-back looks, this lavender button down and heels combo goes well for any casual day out on the town. But the best part is that it can be dressed up for the night - just add a large blazer and add a little more height to your heels and you’ll be good to go!

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