Do you believe the Mayans and Nostradamus got it right? National Geographic recently launched a new series “Doomsday Preppers”, which chronicles and evaluates different families end-of-the-world preparations should a zombie attack/ nuclear meltdown/ end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it D-day arrive. And although it may not be so prevalent in everyone’s mind. This military vibe and camouflage print making its rounds on street style blogs a la The Satorialist and Tommy Ton (below).
Watching Doomsday Preppers makes me wonder what would happen to Singapore should doomsday strike. The only bomb shelters I know of are either child care centres or tuition centres. And definitely wouldn’t have sufficient space to house 6million people. At least I can say I’ve a gun before, making me slightly more proficient than the average Singaporean girl. Slightly.
In any case, till D-day occurs, I figure I’d better look sharp while I have the chance. Camo accent shirt from Zipia, worn with a Uniqlo paisley pocket square, Dzojchen jeans and YSL cuff and tasseled heels.
My experience with Zipia, a Korean-based online shopping site, was pretty good. Pooled together with some friends to reach the minimum order. Paypal’s exchange rate wasn’t so favourable but our goods came very quickly. The shoes I ordered were too small (Will blog about them to find them a new home) but my other purchases were true to size and measurements were accurate. In all honesty, I’m looking forward to the next Zipia spree. heh hehs. Blame this on Running Man, (never thought I’d say this but) I’ve been bitten by the K-bug.
Maybe doomsday is approaching…
Credits: Streetstyle images from Style.com and my photos taken by Ridhwan of ONESIXTYNOTEPAD