Posts Tagged "baby g"

Baby G: Translucent

Posted on Thursday, 26 December 2013

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(Time Depot Casio Baby-G BA-110-7A2 watch, Mango top, muse muse skort, EMODA bag, Michael Antonio heels, Gracey’s America RiRi Woo lipstick) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Merry Christmas everybody!

This was my simple and casual outfit to lunch the day before Christmas, and to macarons and coffee with my boyfriend on Christmas Eve. I changed to something dressier for mass and Christmas salubong, but that’s another story.

Since my ama/grandma is living with us, we usually hold all our celebrations with my Chinese side of the family at our house. I’m usually bitten by the too-lazy-to-dress-up-because-I’m-just-in-the-house bug whenever these Chinese-side gatherings happen, but I made sure to at least wear heels and not my house slippers when I went out of the house for a short date with Rg

It was also the perfect day to wear my new Baby-G watch which was Time Depot’s Christmas gift to me! I love the translucent quality to it! It doesn’t have that usual plastic and rubber feel that most of my Baby-G watches have, making it quite a unique watch that all you Baby-G collectors must add to your collections. 

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2nd #TriciaGosingtianStyleBook Signing

Posted on Tuesday, 24 December 2013

This was last November 30 at National Bookstore Trinoma. Thanks to Summit Summit Books, Candy Magazine, Casio and Canmake for making this event happen!

I was so surprised that so many people came to visit me and have their books signed! I honestly thought no one would go anymore because an overwhelming number of people already went to the book launch and 1st book signing at Glorietta. Thanks everyone for the continuous support! My book is consistently on the bestsellers list at National Bookstore because of you guys! <3

Here’s a quick photo dump before I go back to a Christmas party I’m supposed to be in, lol. I snuck out so I can post this on Christmas Eve as some sort of thanksgiving post to all those who went out of their way (especially those who came from outside Metro Manila) to attend this intimate event. I hope you guys enjoyed and I’m pretty sure I’ll see you guys again soon, yes?

Feel free to grab your photo if you find yourself in this post!

Spring style for a change! Wearing INGNI dress and cardigan from Japan. Not in photo - my trusty RANDA wedges!

Canmake display! So yummy! I’ve been using their foundation for months now and I’m in love. Marshmallow Pink and Misty Orange are still on my list of all-time favorite lipsticks too!

Ayo-GG! These watches might seem familiar if you’ve been following my Baby-G posts for Time Depot! 

Don’t forget to grab a copy of my book, Tricia Gosingtian’s 150+ Style Essentials for Every Girl if you haven’t yet! Only P295 in most bookstores (National Bookstore, Power Books, Fully Booked, Book Sale, etc.) nationwide!

Baby-G: Sporty Street Silver

Posted on Sunday, 29 September 2013

(Time Depot Casio Baby-G watch, Mart of China top, Choies jacket, Ellysage skirt, Naughty Monkey shoes) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

My love for sneakers and sporty/street-meets-chic style is growing at epic proportions. If I didn’t have to challenge myself to wear new things everyday, my daily uniform would probably revolve around snapbacks and sneaker wedges paired with girly elements like lace and a-line skirts. 

Snapback caps, however, aren’t the only things that automatically give an outfit a street/sporty vibe. I recently discovered how big, bulky watches can also add to the effect. 

And coincidentally, my new Baby-G matches the exact metallic quality of my sneaker wedges. Pairing shoes and bags is an easy way to make an outfit cohesive, but pairing shoes with timepieces also creates interesting results.

Obligatory “must sell this watch” pose, lol. My denim jacket also has silver studs. Match your metals! 

Have not adjusted the time and date yet when I took this. After taking this photo, I spent the next minute laughing my ass off since the watch reminded me so much of the Google Authenticator “G” logo. G is for Google. Baby-G. Just G. Tricia G. So many Gs in this world.

If anyone’s interested, this watch model is BA-110-8A and it’s available for P6995. More details here.

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Morellato: Gifts from the Heart

Posted on Friday, 10 May 2013

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(Jeanasis top, Zara pants, Berry Lush heels, Morellato accessories, Time Depot Baby-G watch) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Mothers Day on Sunday. Already?!  D:

If you’re like me and haven’t had time to buy your mom a gift, here’s an idea - personalized jewelry! Morellato, Italy’s largest watch and jewellery brand, is finally in Manila! The brand is distributed in more than 70 countries with exclusive stores in all the biggest cities including Milan, Rome, Shanghai, New York, Hongkong, Macau and Sydney. 

I was able to drop by their SM The Block store last week, and it was perfect timing. Lightbulb moment. What could be a better gift than jewelry that you get to customize for your loved ones? Instead of buying a ready made gift, this will totes work to your advantage! Your mom will definitely appreciate the extra effort, and it’s not going to be one of those ordinary jewelry that don’t have any sentimental value. The wide variety of charms and “drops” (as they call it) available can be enough to encapsulate your experiences with your mom and feelings for her. If anything, even without putting too much thought in each drop, I think the fact that you customized it yourself will already say so much. :)

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I was able to have a Morellato experience and customized my own necklace and bracelet. It was so much fun - you get to choose which color scheme you want, and if you want a symmetrical, matchy-matchy kind of effect, or totally different drops put together. It really puts your creativity to the test, and I don’t apologize for spending so much time in the store! It was like I was a little girl again. <3

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Because blue is my favorite color, I made use of drops with blue accents. Other colors are also available. I also got two bracelets with red color accents. The pink and yellow ones are tempting~

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The one with the little pearl is pre-made and is cheaper as you buy as a set. The customizable ones are charged per bracelet/necklace material, and per charm/drop, which I think is better as you really get to choose which ones you like! Plus the cost per drop (made of stainless steel, btw!) is cheaper than other stores that offer the similar concept. Only P995 per drop!

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Here’s the necklace that I made! All my favorites in one. I made a minimalist design as my taste in jewelry is not so complicated, and I’m happy with simple things such as this one! 

I can always go back to the store and add (or even remove) some more drops to this already-existing necklace, just to change it up.

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The one at the bottom with the leather strap was also customized by me. Unlike my necklace, this one is made of totally different drops, including one with a blinged out letter T for my name. Shh, let’s pretend my real name doesn’t start with a P, okay? :D

There’s still time before Mothers Day and their SM North Edsa The Block store will be more than happy to help you customize one for your mom. <3 This is seriously addicting stuff, you guys!

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Thanks to RG Gabunada for the photos.

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Apartment 8: Smoky and Sweet

Posted on Friday, 19 April 2013

If there needs to be any proof to how my style can be quite bipolar, I think these two looks would be the best ones to show. Both are trendy B&W. Both make use of the same earrings and shoes. Both feature patterns that we normally see anywhere.

Styling them to suit completely different moods only takes some slight adjustments, contrary to popular belief. It’s not too hard, if you know what kind of elements you have to inject in your look.

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(Apartment 8 top and skort, EMODA earrings and vest, Forever 21 heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Sexy rocker chic with the IT patterns of the moment. The V-neck top and high-waisted origami skirt create a really interesting play with diagonal lines! But I made sure to balance it all out with a boxy vest. There’s nothing like a little leather to achieve that nobody-messes-with-me kind of look!

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(Apartment 8 top and skort, EMODA earrings, Time Depot Baby G watch) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Sweet goody two shoes look with polkadots and ribbons! What else could be a sweeter combination? Ribbons, regardless of color, will ALWAYS make for a cute statement. I also have to mention that the top is super sheer and is absolutely perfect for the insanely hot weather that we’ve been having in Manila! I heard today was the hottest day of the week. T_T It also comes in mint green with white polkadots, though I hope they also come out with a vertical stripes version in the future!

Thanks to Tracy Monsod for taking my photos.

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Baby-G: Limited Edition

Posted on Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Tricia Gosingtian Baby-G Casio Time Depot

Tricia Gosingtian Baby-G Casio Time Depot

Tricia Gosingtian Baby-G Casio Time Depot

Tricia Gosingtian Baby-G Casio Time Depot

(Time Depot Baby-G x Girls Generation limited edition watch, EMODA top, from Korea blazer, Romwe pants, CMG wedges, zeroUV glasses) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

A few days ago I got myself yet another watch from Baby-G! It’s a limited edition design that’s available in 3 colors - red (modeled by Jessica), black (modeled by Sooyoung) and white (modeled by Yoona). Jessica is my ultimate bias but I let Sooyoung win this time, because I feel like I could wear the black one more often given the colors in my closet, and because she is my second favorite in the group anyway! Legs for daaays.

The limited edition design is only available until supplies last, so I’m encouraging all the soshis out there to grab this design ASAP! It comes in the cutest box that’s also different from the usual Baby-G x GG packaging. Too cute. <3

I wore it with a coordinate that’s inspired by the recent SLY summer campaign. Some lovely Japanese researchers and students from Hakuhodo in Tokyo came to my house for one lovely afternoon of chatting and bonding over both Japanese and Filipino culture. That was fun!

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