Last Sunday, my friend (also the one who took my outfit shots in this post) and I made a trip to the museum before heading to town for dinner. The last time I went to a museum was last year, and I wouldn't exactly consider it as a museum. I'm an architectural idiot, so I don't know much about the styles of buildings, but I definitely love how the National Museum of Singapore looks on the inside and outside. I'm sure the 3 other couples having their wedding photoshoot would agree with me. You see, I have always associated museums with Renaissance architecture and not bowl-shape architecture (sorry ArtScience Museum), the older the building the better it looked.
The iconic staircase located at a corner of the room, it is not accessible to the public but it supposedly leads to the roof of the museum. Rumour has it that it is haunted (shrugs).
Ahh, the magic of golden hour. Golden hour/Magic hour is defined as the first hour of light after sunrise and the last hour of light before sunset, and it is also a photographer's best friend! Try taking some outdoor photos when the Sun is high in the sky and when the Sun is almost below the horizon, I guarantee you'll see some difference in how the photos turn out.
My outfit was quickly put together, sticking to a more monochromatic vibe and a statement necklace (outfit details together with discount codes, if available, are at the end of the post). My friend was wearing a grey trench coat, white top and black shorts. I guess that's what you call, telepathy? ○
Here's a close up of the beautiful Serena Necklace gifted by MisabelleSparkle (click to enlarge)
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Stay gold, xx
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