At the time of purchase, I had a couple of pairs of shoes I'd bought out of a Clarks store during a visit to the UK. Neither pair was quite as cute or exciting as I would have ideally liked, but I have such terrible difficulty finding shoes that fit in Singapore, they were my only options at the time. I didn't used to log the contents of my wardrobe at that time and both pairs have long since died and gone to shoe heaven, unfortunately. I have managed to locate images of similar if not identical shoes on-line, however.
More recently, I've taken to wearing my stretch denim skirt with this sleeveless top from Dizingof. (Check out umpteen different ways to style this same top at the Dizingof website, here. You can do all sorts of interesting things with the tie neck.) I wouldn't be able to wear it to school because it shows off my tattoo, a no-no for Singapore teachers. Minus the tat, I reckon it would be fine, and the fabric is heavy enough, it contributes a tiny bit of luxe without showing every single drop of persperation. Looking at the picture today, I'm thinking I ought probably to add earrings for a more complete look another time. I'm also thinking the red handbag and matching shoes I don't own right now but am seriously considering looking for, could add a bit of a pop for high days and holidays.
Shoeswise, I'm guessing the pair on right might be an improvement, mostly because they have just that little bit of a heel, which this length of skirt ideally needs, I think. Both pairs come from Ivory in New Bond Street, London, a hands down my most favourite of mine for many years now; no visit to London is complete without a visit to it.
WIth regard to the featured skirt: British India is described on its own website as 'a home grown lifestyle brand... created for the tropics and inspired by the grand romance of the Colonial era.' I'd say it's definitely worth a look if you're visiting the area, but, together with a lot of other locals, I personally find it a tad expensive. I shop there during the sales, which tend to offer plenty of bargains if you happen to need an XL or above, but aren't so good for M or smaller.