Mid-Week Fashion Inspiration: Turquoise

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Turquoise, teal, sea green, mint green.. whatever colour you call it, it is one of my favourite colours – a blend of blues and greens. Various shades of this colour can be paired with whites and creams for an easy breezy daytime look, with darker colours to make it work appropriate, and it even looks chic with brighter colours.

Brunch & Shopping

This sun dress is perfect for a brunch, shopping with your girlfriends, even for a day-time wedding

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Lunch Meeting

Go monochromatic because it doesn’t have to match exactly. And don’t be afraid to pair snakeskin prints with studs. The lighter shade makes it just right for a daytime meeting.



Office Outfit

Pair a floral turquoise pants with a black structured blazer for the office. Slip of your jacket and grab a clutch for dinner after.



Friday Night Movies

A darker brighter shade of teal cardigan slipped over a pastel light green looks streamlined paired with black accents. And it’ll keep you warm while you enjoy a good movie.



Plane Rides & Holidays

Tie a scarf to your bag to start off your holiday and use it when you feel cold in the plane. Or wrap it as a skirt when you head to the beach.



Am easy to match colour for any outfit and any occasion, especially for the Asian skin tone, here are our top 3 picks from the web for this lovely colour:


Left: Zerocha in mint by Anna Syue | Middle: Maxi chiffon dress in mint by Case of Misc | Right: Lusheena maxi dress in mint by Like Igloo

We’ve chosen three of our favourite pieces in mint to recommend to you, but there are plenty more from where that came from! How do you like to wear your mint pieces? Do share with us!

Co-blogger on with her twin sister. Spends her free time reading fictional storybooks, watching movie reruns and surfing fashion blogs for more inspiration. Enjoys traveling, Thai & Japanese food and action movies.

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