La Marelle

I first heard about La Marelle when Evy gifted me with a pretty bow necklace for my birthday. Imagine my surprise when I found out that there was a La Marelle Café & Boutique in Singapore! I brought it up when Alala and I were deciding on a place for lunch one day, and she agreed that it would be interesting to visit. Of course, I couldn’t go without wearing my necklace from La Marelle. :P

Self portrait with an ootd - Emart bratop, Sixties Inspired watercolour skirt, Target slate boyfriend cardigan, La Marelle pink bow necklace, hot pink boots from Dr. Martens.

Self portrait with an ootd - Emart bratop, Sixties Inspired watercolour skirt, Target slate boyfriend cardigan, La Marelle pink bow necklace, hot pink boots from Dr. Martens, T-shirt & Jeans geometric print backpack.

Self portrait with an ootd - Emart bratop, Sixties Inspired watercolour skirt, Target slate boyfriend cardigan, La Marelle pink bow necklace, hot pink boots from Dr. Martens.Couldn’t resist.

The café, situated at 25A Baghdad Street, is such a colourful and quirky find in Singapore. This is one place that, despite the proliferation of pink in its decor, actually looks good and non-threatening to me; it’s definitely on my inspiration list. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking:

Lovely decor at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.

Lovely decor at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.

Lovely decor at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.

Quirky and colourful items for sale at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.

Lovely decor at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.

Croissant at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.My croissant! Alala and I were amazed by how crispy the bread was, just the way I like it. The plate it was served in is also a design by La Marelle.

Hazelnut Hot Chocolate at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore. My Hazelnut Hot Chocolate was delish, and I absolutely loved the toppings on it.

Selfie with Alala at La Marelle Café & Boutique, Singapore.Alala and I.

After our pleasant meal, we took a walk in the surrounding area, which naturally led to Haji Lane and its murals:

Selfie against the colourful murals of Haji Lane.

Kissing a mural in Haji Lane.

Selfie with a funny face.

And then Alala took me for a walk down Victoria Street to see the beautiful mural, Girl and the Lion Cub, by Ernest Zacharevic:

Girl and the Lion Cub, a mural by Ernest Zacharevic, Singapore.

Alala posing with Girl and the Lion Cub, a mural by Ernest Zacharevic.

Ren posing with Girl and the Lion Cub, a mural by Ernest Zacharevic.

It was a pretty colourful day. :)

 

OUTFIT
Emart top
La Marelle necklace
Sixties Inspired skirt
Dr. Martens boots
T-shirt & Jeans bag

Wander on

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