Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Fashion // Winter Wonderland by Dreamscape

featured outfit

Snowflake Fairy Knit // RM79
Tartan Circle Skirt // RM69 (green and red)
Reindeer Socks // RM14

Tartan Bomber Jacket // RM109
Noir Minimal Top // RM35
Lola Pleated Skirt // RM55
Reindeer Socks // RM14

Veronica Sweater // RM74
Zara inspired clutch // RM69

Tinsel Embellished Sweater // RM59
Ariana Swing Dress // RM69
Reindeer Socks // RM14

December 17 /// Vol III
remember my previous blog post about knitted wear? I'm so glad that Dreamscape launched a series of unique knitted wear for Christmas. it's the end of the year and that's exactly how things get more exciting as 2015 is beckoning too! this season, we brought you an exciting range of styles where we play around with tartan prints, a little shades of red, long sleeve tops and also knit wear.

my highlight of the day. don't you know that knits can be luxurious too? try to knit up a little luxury with Snowflake Fairy Knit and pair it up with a knee length Tartan Circle Skirt for a vintage 50s look. i wonder if you notice the embroidered lacey edge at the end of the cloth. i actually adore the design as it added a little feminine elements into the clothes. for a modern twist, i pair it up with my Hopper boots by Jeffery Campbell. for a girl next door look, i wore a Tinsel Embellished Sweater together with a swing dress. but to suit my personality, i wore it together with Benson boots. i'll definitely be calling this look the red riding vogue, haha! not to forget about our limited edition, charming Rudolph Reindeer ankle socks which i pair it up with almost all my outfits for the latest arrivals. be sure to get yourself a pair for this Christmas!

***by the way, we'll be opening a pop-up booth at Jaya One The Markets this coming saturday (20th Dec), more than 50 booths available for you to shop. do drop by :)

Photos by bboyrice
for more item details and prices, do visit Dreamscape:

Merry Christmass Fashionistas! xx

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Food Review // Cafe K, Kiaraville Condominium

i know you food lovers are always lack of ideas on where to head to when comes to lunch/dinner time. yeap, we all Malaysian faced the same issue, and that's why you need people like me (blogger) to bring you around for some good food or to be exact, to a food wonderland. here's what i found last month and I'm really sorry that i have no time to post it up yet! but hey, good things come for those who wait isn't it? K cafe is a newly opened food restaurant located in Kiaraville Condominium which is just a walking distance from Solaris Mont Kiara.

highlight of the day - Spicy Noodle (rm19.90) // get it for free if finish it within 3 minutes. this is madness. **take at your own risk**

Deep Fried Calamari (RM9.90) // one of my favourite dish of the day.

Kimchi Pancake (RM15.90) // this is a must after you take the spicy noodle. trust me, it helps!

Hot Pot Bibimbap (RM18.90) // this is how i rock my Bibimbap, with large amount of chilli. Bibimbap serves with multigrain rice and fresh vegetables and i think it's a best meal for people who go on diet. also, this Bibimbap is huge enough to serve for two persons, take note on that.

Bibimbap (RM17.90) // they serve also a non hot pot version of Bibimbap too

one thing that i like about K cafe is that they serve not just koran food but also western food as well, i get to taste both now!

it's not hard to find the cafe once you arrived at Kiaraville Condominium (use Waze peeps), get a visitor pass from the guard house and inform them about you going to the music school instead of the Cafe. next, find your way to Block B and go up to Level 2. the cafe is located right next to the beautiful pool. you may access it by using the lift facing opposite the Mini Mart or take the stairs next to the K Conservatory of Music (the music school)

don't forget to visit the music school as they provided several classes like vocal, piano and much much more. and most importantly, they hire only professional coaches. if you're looking for a music school to start your music journey, do take K Conservatory of Music into your consideration?

here's a link to the cafe page:

and also a link to the music school: