Recently, ootd harshtags have been very popular in social network especially on Twitter, Instagram and even Facebook.
So, what’s actually ootd?
Well, ootd refers to “outfit of the day”.
It’ll usually contain a self-shot of your outfit for the day, most of the time taken in front of the mirror.
And here’s my collection of my #ootd photos that were supposed to be posted some time ago…because I didn’t had the time to upload, it ended up with a whole lot of them…
#ootd : Nude Lace Dress from http://www.reallyquitesimple.com!
#ootd : Denim blue mandarin collar top with black flared skirt paired with a white belt!
#ootd : Getting the Korean look!
#ootd : Light Pink tank dress with black clutch and leafy metal necklace!
#ootd : I’m a hippy denim girl!
#ootd : Poofy tulle dress from ASOS! Princessa~
#ootd : Basic blue dress from http://www.thedesignclosets.com!
#ootd : Green tulle midi dress with vintage bag and a little bow belt in black!
#ootd : Blue bodycon dress with my favourite black Mary Jane wedges!
#ootd : School time! Forever 21 Black Sheer tank top with white shorts!
#ootd : Dressed for wedding dinner!
#ootd : On a rainy day!
#ootd : Dark blue Chiffon Dress!
#ootd : Denim Jacket with black a-line dress!
#ootd : It’s maxi dress day!
I’ll promise to upload my #ootd photos to share with everyone more regularly!
I was craving for some decent home-cooked food with simple dishes and a bowl of plain rice, and since tuesday I ended school early, I headed down to Fairprice Xtra to buy some groceries for dinner…
Sometimes, I think that heading to fairprice xtra, carrying that green plastic basket, and looking like a classic student, looks abit weird. Like those aunties would be looking at me as if why would a student be shopping for fish, veggy, and all those stuffs that most youngsters won’t want to touch.
Anyway, I enjoy shopping for groceries, especially when I’m listening to music from my earphones and then heading to those various familiar sections of the supermarket to look for the items I want and then putting them into my basket…IT’S FUN!
So, I’ve actually cooked sweet and sour fish in cantonese style because I’ve always been a fan of fish!
Looks really appetizing and tasty right?
From coating the fish, frying the fish to cooking the sauce, I did it all by myself!
Anyway, it’s easy-peasy!
Cooking is much easier than baking!
And, did I mentioned that it tasted good too?
Especially with a bowl of plain white rice…LOVELY~