My version of preppy

Celebrating Chinese New Year with the family today, so we started the day early by heading to Seasi...

Celebrating Chinese New Year with the family today, so we started the day early by heading to Seaside a.k.a. dampa to buy fresh crabs. Then we also did some grocery shopping at SM MoA to complete our New year feast. :) But before joining in the festivities at home, Gersh and I took Asher to his Pediatrician for his monthly checkup. :)

To all those, this is what I wore...


If my past OTD states me having my first ever romper, I am now sporting my second one, but overlapped it with a mint colored sweater to add a bit of twist to it. 

Since the baby is sporting a dapper style, I went for preppy look. :)


When wearing preppy clothes, you can also use bold/statement accessories to give the outfit more life or just to give it a little cute factor. 

romper: f&h | sweater: f21 | accessories: sugar-kissed | shoes: so fab

The flats are my favourite. They're very comfortable. I can walk in them forever!

After this entry, i'll be stuffing myself with Chinese New Year food with the family. Hope you all have a great celebration as well!:) Just recently found out that it's year of the Snake too, so hope it'll be a great year ahead for me. ;) 

Look even Google is celebrating Chinese New year! You can actually play the old school game, snake!^_^


for questions: :)


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  1. I like the sweater. Looks so comfy. :)

  2. Happy Chinese New Year, Ava! The shoes caught my eyes! Lovely! :)

  3. Love your sweater! The color looks good on you. :) Happy Chinese New Year!


  4. the color of your sweater is very nice!!! it goes well with your necklace!! Chic outfit Ms.Ava!!!

    czarina of paint it stripes

  5. Such a sweet and preppy look, babe!! Love the color of your sweater :"> And I also played Snake at Google yesterday. Cuuute! :D


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