This is perhaps the right time to be talking about tutus. I have always loved the idea of wearing a tutu. I failed as a trained ballerina when I was younger, way before I hit puberty! I never got a chance to wear one =) But alas, these days tutu dresses and skirts are far more accessible now then they ever were. Ive got one which hailed from Shanghai, a little gift from my editor. It’s black and it’s sexy. So here I am messing around with it, not having the right opportunity to wear it out yet. It’s not an everyday-friendly type of clothing I must admit! Speaking of that, a turban headband is also something that I dont wear much and hardly know how to rock it. What do you think of my first attempt?
How’s my turban headband doing on my head? Before you ask where I got it from, let me just tell you that I actually made it myself from a scarf. Nothing fancy though, just a lot of folding and knotting.
I hardly wear this patterned stockings too. But the intricate designs just amaze me.
And now I present to you..Tutus from Tutuworkshop! My dear friend Joanne designs them, and had asked myself and Nadira who is a natural in front of the lens by the way (Jealous!) to pose for her tutus! It was rather spontaneous and of course we were glad to do it. We had too much fun fiddling around with the tutus in front of the camera. I hardly know anyone who designs and makes tutus as well as Joanne does. She rocks. Check out her tutus! They’re mostly for little princesses to wear but I am sure she’d be more than happy to make one for the big princesses! In fact, she’s making one for me right now =0P
At the end of the shoot, I told everyone that I wanted to wear my tutu to a mamak place. I think I should. Try.