OOTD featuring Oasap - part 210:00:00 PM
Okay, so this is the second post continuing my previous post regarding the items I got from Oasap. If you read my last post, I got these two items from Oasap: A gold collar necklace (which I have reviewed yesterday), and a grey cut-out cardigan which I'm gonna be talking about today ^__^
The cardigan that I picked out has a unique cut-out detailing at the back and shoulders area. I originally wanted to get it in white but unfortunately the white was out of stock. After thinking about what color I should get I finally convinced myself to get this grey one because I suddenly remember that my old grey cardigan is too old to be worn out again ;p
On the website it says that this cardigan is "crafted in knitted, featuring a V-neckline with long sleeves". It also stated as one size and "slim fit" but it was still a little bit big on my petite frame.
All "one size" outfit tend to be a little bit bigger on me but that's okay because I can still make it work ;p
Openwork / Cut-out Cardigan - C/o OASAP (buy it here)
Black Tanktop - Random brand
Grey Cropped Pants - MotiFashion via FB
Sandals - Charles & Keith
Headband worn as Necklace - Stroberi
If you wear size Medium or Large this "one size" cardigan can fit you nicely, but if you're size Small or even smaller (like me) then this is on the loose side, but we can still work it by adding skinny belt over it or by wearing thicker / bulkier top underneath to make the cardigan more snugged ;)
This cardigan is available in many colors on Oasap website and Oasap is currently having their Christmas Grand Sale where you could get 30% OFF on all items by using coupon code: XMAS. Don't forget that it's valid only until December 25 !!
I wore this cardigan to get my IPL treatment at Zap the other day and I added my black Ciciero bag (reviewed here) to go with the outfit. Oh and I will review my experience at Zap Treatment later on (it's my first ever IPL treatment) ^o^
By the way, it is a long weekend holiday here already, because Christmas is coming soon. I was told that today's traffic is so super jam-packed , like three or four times more severe than the usual traffic (WTF??!!). I'm just glad I was home today ;) - Take care, guys!