Incidentally, the theme was The Swinging Sixties. Since I have decided what to wear for this year's dinner way in January this year, I decided not to bother with the theme. I actually had something tailored earlier in the year, as I needed something new to attend my friend's wedding. I made it a little extra glittery compared to my other clothes that I have in my wardrobe. Since I have already decided on what to wear, preparation for the night, wasn't such a hassle for me. The only other thing that I finally spent on was perfume, cause I cannot remember the last time I had a designer perfume. I have been going through this phase of Crabtree & Evelyn and Body Shop for quite a while.
Me and Jack on the Vespa, sixties style, check out my pose. That side "saddle" is so very sixties don't cha think. All that is mixing is perhaps a bee-hive hairdo. He!he!he! Yeah, and batik shirt on the man isn't exactly very sixties is it? Oh but I took a picture with one sixties looking fella, check out below...
TML Operations Manager, Paul Atkinson. So sporting. There was another Elvis that night it was Don Binedetto from Indonesian Office.
Sarimah was baffled and gave up. The winner ended up to be a Mr Shah Rukh Khan (sixties? exactly, Sarimah just gave up cause people kept on cheering for him) and Mrs Hippies (at least it's according to the theme).
Some more snapshots, check out Go our Exploration mgmt trainee currently stationed in our dept. Woohoo!!! cool hair do dude!!!