What she’s gonna wear when she steals your man.
So you wouldn’t be caught dead in spandex and a neon shirt. That doesn’t mean you don’t need a little fashion advice for looking stylish. First off, let’s clarify.
There’s fashion, and then there’s style. Fashion is something that can be bought – the latest shoes from Nine West, the newest Levis, or the hottest-selling shirt at the Gap. Style is something else entirely – it’s an attitude. Style reflects all facets of your life. It’s individual: what you may think is swell might make me lower my head in shame.
One thing that never goes out of style is the colour black. While many continue to marvel at the longevity of the little black dress, some self-proclaimed style-buffs are ignoring the full possibilities of black.
Not so Anthea Patricia Chan, founder of Perfect in Black “You can never go wrong with black… it’s versatile, perfect for any occasion or mixed with any other colour. And it’s slimming too… in black you can instantly lose 10 pounds!” she laughs as she tells me more about her mission to paint the town black.
Many fashion-conscious Singaporeans are unable to afford the designer names, so to help them find their own personal style, Anthea has opened a 1,100 square foot boutique in the Scotts Shopping Centre, where the famous and soon to be famous can find unique designs and sexy accessories in the shade of noir.
Perfect in Black is also a great choice to explore all aspects of this great fashion colour, for men, for women, for children and even for Miss Singapore Universe Sandy Chua.
Just stepping into their elegant boutique will fill you with an overwhelming sense of luxury and richness… so come see for yourself the possibilities of black.
– Perfect in Black Singapore: Visit our Singapore Showroom and Studio at 79 Kim Yam Road #01-01 (a stones throw away from UE Square, Robertson Quay, near Mohammed Sultan and River Valley Roads). By Appointment please. Please leave a message on +65 6734 6502 so we can call you back or e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org