The City Harvest trial is back… and men (and women) nationwide can breathe a sigh of relief.
Because it means CHC’s former finance manager Serina Wee is back in the limelight.
For men, the reasons are obvious.
But for women, Serina can power Singapore’s entire fashion industry on her own.
Questions like “What’s she wearing?”, “What’s that bag she’s carrying?”, “What shoes are those?” are driving national conversations into overdrive right about now.
Stylish, glam and gorgeous, she makes it all seems effortless… no wonder there are queues of people waiting to get into court daily.
So step aside Sun Ho, Serina’s our China Wine now.
For Serina Wee’s recent court appearance on Friday, we’re starting the fashion lowdown from down up. She’s pulling off those heels again and it works so well with the black-and-white dress.
Love the strong black lines on that dress. She’s oozing a lady-boss aura even with that sweet, angelic face.
See that smile? She must be thinking, “TGIF!”.
Serina looking glamourous while heading to court on Wednesday morning in emerald green. And look at those black heels, she can pull off sexy and cute at the same time!
Work it girl! Serina proves to be ever-paparazzi-ready and we love it. Even the man at the back can’t stop gazing.
Who pulls off the black heels better? Serina!
She exits from court. Look at her, she’s shining bright like a diamond!
In Tuesday’s court appearance, Serina Wee abandoned her all-black getup, ties her hair neatly and dresses down in this simple grey dress but still keeps it chic and glam with her brown bag. Effortless s-t-y-l-e.
With her hair tied back, no hair-flipping today.
And off she goes!
Serina Wee steps out of court on Monday in her signature all-black getup. There is something about her hair-flipping action that makes you go ‘Ooh La La’.
Advice for women: don’t walk beside her, or even be in the same photo frame - you don’t stand a chance.
This is our favourite - a rare shot of her not gazing at the floor back in May. Oozes style and mystery.
Serina Wee whisks to court looking sharp in a fitted Victorian-print blazer. Even in this blurry shot, she looks all business-y and fierce. Like!