Posts Tagged "blue"

(Blackfive top, skirt and heels, Time Depot Casio Sheen watch, EMODA earrings) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Opted for something clean and simple for the re-opening event of Kenneth Cole in Powerplant Mall. Will forever love anything high neck!

Le Bunny Bleu: Fairytale

Posted on Monday, 11 August 2014

(Chicwish dress, Le Bunny Bleu Twiggy flats) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Modern fairy look. All I need now are wings! 

Le Bunny Bleu currently has their whole S/S 2014 collection on sale. When I went to visit their store in Shang, I didn’t have an excuse not to get these Twiggy flats anymore, especially when I saw the 50% off tag. I’m already psyched for mid-September because I’m honestly more of a F/W kind of girl. Looking forward to a new batch of comfy, stylish, and perfect-for-everyday shoes from one of my favorite shoe brands.

Slightly related story about Le Bunny Bleu shoes - I’ve been watching a K-drama called Master’s Sun recently (thanks to my friends Crissey and Farrah’s recommendation), and noticed a brief cameo of Le Bunny Bleu in one of the episodes, lol. Joo Jоong-won planned Kingdom Mall well!

Le Bunny Bleu Philippines can be found at 5th Floor Shangri-la Plaza (654-2599) and 2nd Floor Glorietta 5 (955-7225). 

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(TRIWA Peach Thelma sunglasses and Sort of Black Chrono watch, Lowry’s Farm top, Just G skirt, Michael Kors bag, Le Bunny Bleu Simplicia oxfords) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Wore casual summer brights and shiny gold accents on that one sunny day before the typhoon came. I haven’t done print on print in so long, but I’ve always loved the effect of pairing stripes and florals together! Makes for a fun, youthful look.

Thanks to Swedish watch brand TRIWA for my new favorite sunnies and watch! I don’t accessorize heavily, but when I do, I make sure I throw in a classy watch that can double as both an accessory and as a functional timepiece. 

(Motel Rocks Savannah Cold Shoulder dress in Dahlia Navy, EMODA shoes and earrings3.1 Phillip Lim bag) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Navy is the definitely the new black. Blue has always been my favorite color, but sadly, I only really got to build my navy wardrobe this year. All this time, I’ve been so fixated on black that I haven’t been able to pay any attention to any other alternative. Until now! I find that navy is a lot less harsh than black, yet still manages to give off a similar whiff of sophistication. I’m obsessed. I need more of it in my life.

To be honest, navy used to irk me a bit whenever I’d go shopping. Store lighting makes it so difficult to differentiate the two sometimes, and of course, the last thing I want to bring home is an item in the wrong color. I’ve been consciously looking for it nowadays, but I guess I have to wait until the F/W collections are available before I can go out and splurge on all things navy. It’s already July anyway? Just a little longer!

Tent Dress

Posted on Sunday, 22 June 2014

(Apartment 8 Georgia strappy tent dress, EMODA bag, Sleeh heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

That moment when Apartment 8 decided to make a tent dress again! And in my favorite blue, no less. Though it wouldn’t hurt to have this dress made in all colors possible - it’s such a simple and classy design that will surely last a long time in every girl’s closet. 

But of course, my real agenda for perpetually worshipping this kind of silhouette is the fact that you can eat all you can, and your lunch buffet stomach pooch will never show. I hate holding back, lol. Tent dresses are my savior!

Frozen

Posted on Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Just G

Just G

(Just G dress, Choies heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Here’s a simple outfit inspired by Frozen and the Winter Olympics. Too bad my hair is still too short for Elsa braids, but a side ponytail will do in this case! Just imagine that the transparent part on my shoes is made of ice.

I’ve never tried ice skating before. I never even learned how to ride a bike! As a kid and teenager, I’ve always had a fear of falling down. This hindered me from trying out many things. I’ve always been vocal about hating sports and any sort of physical activity (shopping and traveling not included), but at the end of the day, I think I just never gave them a real chance. I know we all have our first few failed attempts, but I sucked at PE so much that I grew up conditioning myself that anything related to it is not worth my time and effort. All this, when I should’ve put in at least the slightest bit of effort to practice and improve.

The irony comes in when you realize everything, but you’ve already developed a stubborn (and very bad) habit of shutting something out completely every time an initial attempt fails.

For the past year or so, I’ve been learning to laugh at myself more. So far, defrosting the habit has been successful.