Trying new places for food is one of my favorite things to do, especially capturing gorgeous-looking food on camera. Here in Melbourne, we are blessed with amazing coffee and food, especially brunch. As much as I love the classic savoury western brunch, I find eggs and bacon on toast can be a bit boring at times. So one morning I decided to give Cibi a go, an edgy, japanese fusion brunch place. I had their traditional breakfast with green tea and a green-tea-red-bean muffin to take away. The salmon and salad with sesame dressing were my favorite. They used brown rice, so finishing the whole plate doesn't feel as guilty. It's definitely worth a try, i already went back there for the second time within less than a month and might pay them another visit soon.
Most importantly, this is what I wore. From time to time, I look at the back of my closet to find old stuff that still matches my style but has been abandoned for quite some time. Then I found this Topshop top which my mum bought from Singapore. I'm pretty sure she bought it when Topshop just came to Asia so this is my first purchase there. Topshop is probably on my top 3 list for places to shop. It's affordable, fashionable and the quality's pretty good. I haven't been wearing this top for ages, but every spring cleaning I could not let this go. But, it is slightly too long for my liking so when I tuck it into high waisted pants, it bulges. There is always a way to fix this which is what I did here, by tying a knot at the back. It gives it a 90s feels and it defines your waist line as well.
Since there is already a lot going on with the floral pattern of this top, I chose this white plain nautical-esque shorts which make the colours of the flowers pop even more. And who could resist these jelly slightly-heeled shoes? They are very nostalgic, the colour is very cute, they are super comfy and they look yummy-ass.