Photography yung mulia
Living in Malaysia, you would definitely notice all the different subcultures that we have. From rempits, to indie hipsters, and even the dudes from the drinking scene. Like it or not, these are the labels that Malaysians tend to use. But instead of being mad about them, why not use them to your advantage and look styling with these cheeky Malaysianise-APOM shirts.
In case you’re unfamiliar with the brand, The APOM Store creates Malaysian products that go beyond landmarks and icons. Local slangs and street culture are heavily infused with the brand, as they create pieces of Malaysian pride–or, A Piece of Malaysia (APOM)–that tourists and locals alike can bring home.
Inspired by the children book series, Little Miss and Mr Men, we’ve chosen this localised series from APOM for this edition of #JUICEWears
Scroll down and see how we styled the t-shirts from their “Geng Malaysia Series” and what label we chose for ourselves:
1. Ammar is Little Miss Sombong
Ammar is wearing it with.. Jacket (Pull & Bear) Jeans (H&M) Hat (Obey)
2. Burn is Little Miss Mabuk
(excuse the crumples) Burn is wearing it with.. Jeans (Thrifted) Sunglasses (H&M)
3. Kid is Mr Rempit
is wearing it with.. Jacket (Thrifted) Sunglasses (Gifted) Drink (Ribena)
4. Karissa is Little Miss Rempit
is wearing it with.. Jacket (Random store in Kuantan) Sunglasses(Gifted) Pants (ZARA) Earrings (Lovisa)
5. Imelda is Mr Lansi
is wearing it with.. Jacket (Topshop) Jeans (ZARA) Choker (Random store in Penang) Earrings (Lovisa)
Now you can boria with us by getting one for yourself at their newly-opened APOM store in Bangsar Village (F3C Level 1) or The Curve (Ground Level, in front of Habib).
If you’re too lazy to leave the comfort of your home, no worries as you can check out APOM’s website by clicking here.
Make sure to follow APOM on their Instagram, here.