I was twelve and had just bought my first pair of black high-top Converse just because they seemed popular then. Right now, I'm still very much in love with the brand! Comfortability is key for me.
This is a difficult question because women have traditionally been excluded from aspects of life such as education, work, and sports.
However, I would have to choose the invention of the Chuck Taylor All-Star. Even though the shoe was initially made for basketball players, it was eventually introduced as leisure wear with various prints and patterns 😊 I believe this was the beginning of a new era where sneakers were seen as versatile, unisex footwear.
Nike Wmns Air Force 1 '07 SE 'Indigo', Air Jordan 1 Low 'Aluminium' and Converse Midnight Clover.
I usually don't wear new shoes right away. Instead, I wait until I have planned the perfect outfit to wear them with. It's always exciting when I finally take them out for a walk.
Plus, I never have to worry about getting blisters because sneakers are more comfortable than heels.
Generally, it would be heartwarming to see more collaborations with female artists! I would love to see how it would work out with See Min, who advocates for self-expression and self-love through art and jagua tattoos 😊
Nike, Converse, and New Balance for shoes. Cotton On, H&M, Zara, The Editor's Market, Muji, and Uniqlo for basics.
Usually, I try to see if what I want from fast fashion stores is available on Carousell first. Lucky Plaza and Honsie Ponsie are great for second-hand clothes. TBH, I love anything comfortable and versatile, as I'm a proud outfit repeater. (Plus points if they are timeless neutrals.)
I'm just waiting for Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low 'Olive' at the moment. Fingers crossed!
AirPods, Apple Watch, lip balm from Burt's Bees, Emina Watercolor Lip Serum in 01 Dawn (an absolute favorite lately), Dancing Blue Bees perfume from Scent Journey, and my grid planner.