Saturday, 13 February 2010

Style Vs Style : Pick your Style

So as we all know from my previous blog post that there will be a dance-off happening RIGHT here in Singapore on 13th March 2010.
However, at where? This is a question which noone has an answer to yet.
So do stick around to find out!

Anyway, here's the 2 teams that will face each other in Singapore's highly-anticipated first ever dance-off of 2010!


Featuring the Slicks vs the Streets - two very diverse opposites of style meet together to compete at one dance-off where everyone has a say in who is the ultimate winner.

So what's SLICK? What are the main elements which this style encompasses?
According to the SLICK checklist, you know you’re Slick if you…

1) Get turned off by bad grammar

Oh well, kind of but sometimes I'm as guilty as charged for the very same thing that irks me out =X

2) Like to dress formally in classic monochrome



I would say I'm more of a minimalist. I prefer simple, clean cuts in my outfits.
It used be so plain but of late, I'm starting to dress them up alittle with accessories. Just a necklace or earrings... No cluttering for me.

3) Rank Tom Ford alongside God



God?? No. Talent? Yes.
Oh by the way, that suit's has a lean clean cutting & color to die for.
Baby could do with something like that for our wedding.

I also dig the naughty ads by Tom Ford that pushes the limit of advertising for the general public. Lots of skin and just 1 item like a perfume bottle?
That's really minimal...



4) Tell others that if you want spiky hair, you’d wear a
durian shell on your head



Durians are smelly!!!

5) Secretly admire the horizontal stripes of Michael Douglas’ shirt in “Wall Street”

Erm darling, if I recall correctly, they are vertical stripes.
Horizontal stripes on a formal shirt = bad news.

6) Abhor beatboxing: someone should stop all that violence
to cardboard cartons


This one is funny but I'm no goon. But beat-boxing is definitely something really 'Street' style.

I may not be 100% SLICK but I personally feel that I can identify more with this style. I'll introduce the STREETS style in my next L'Oreal Paris Style Vs Style entry.

Anyway, for those who have yet to drop by the website, do remember to do so!

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It's really cool and they even have this Hot or Not section for the closet judgmental style cop in each one of us, where you get to vote YEY or NAY in there.
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