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so,after a long thinking and brainstorming and struggling,I have decided that I will be going to Melbourne after I have completed my study in Singapore this December. I have been thinking about many place, like Taipei, Japan.. but my final decision is I will be in Melbourne from January until March to see how it goes first. Melbourne is a pretty decision because i have never been there before, but my friend back in Vietnam is heading to Melbourne to study next year, so I thought I would just follow her and explore a brand new place ✨now the only thing left.. I need to find a job there lol. So any of you peeps located in Melbourne and would like to offer me a job? Please let me know I would love you forever 💖😘😘





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A Peek into My Wardrobe
By: Tyler
So I’ve never shown you guys any of my personal clothes, so today I thought I would share a few of my favorites. First, I am going to start off by saying that my style is the epitome of the 90s, or as I like to say simple 90s, and I say “simple nineties” because I tend pick out nineties basics, instead of nineties patterns and colors. Now on to the four items I choose as my favorites, and I choose these because they look killer as an outfit.
Starting with the top left: The black backpack is a  staple in my wardrobe. I carry black backpacks everywhere I go because it is a great substitute for carrying a heavy purse. What I really love about this backpack is the size and workmanship of the backpack. The backpack is the smallest one I own (so far) and has two small compartments in the front, and a larger main compartment. It is also 100% leather, so I know it is going to last me a long time. Leather backpacks can range from fifty to two hundred plus, and I got mine from the thrift store for $1.50, which is such a steal. 
Top right: The nineties were all about bib tanks, especially if you happen to spot a popular girl band. I am in love with the one I have. I had been looking for one for a long time, so when I saw this one I had to have it and the best part is it has a built in bra so I do not have to worry about any accidents. The high neck tank top with thin straps instantly gives any outfit that 90s vibe that I love. It is so easy to wear, as well as, super comfortable. Bib tanks are very accessible since this is actually a current trend, but can be pretty expensive at times, but I was lucky enough to snag my up for $3.00 at the thrift store. 
Bottom right: I absolutely adore my chunky heeled  loafers they were the perfect addition to my 90s wardrobe. First off, I have to say that these shoes are the perfect fit, it was like they were made for me, and are without a doubt one of the most comfortable shoes ever. The heels on these babies are sturdy, so I know they are great quality and worth every penny I spent, even if I only spent two hundred pennies. 
Bottom left: The picture above does not do this gorgeous maxi skirt justice, but I will describe it as best as I can. As you can tell by the picture it has a print, and it would not be nineties without the signature floral print, and in this case it is a daisy and polka dot print which is to die for. I saw a similar one in Forever 21, but the split in the skirt was too high for me, so I left it, but then I saw this one in the thrift store for $2, so in the end  I saved money and got one without a split.
So these are just a few of my favorites that I recently acquired, and I hope you enjoyed that little peek into my wardrobe. Also, if you like this little “segment” let me know and I will gladly do more! Thanks for reading! 

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