Posts Tagged "choies"

Denim Biker

Posted on Saturday, 28 June 2014

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(MGP top, Mango vest, Her Spot skirt, Choies heels, EMODA bag) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Scored this biker vest at the recent Mango sale for 50% off! I have mixed feelings about going out nowadays because I always end up buying something, with all the major discounts being offered left and right. In a few weeks, I’m off to Hong Kong for a personal trip (Just overnight though!), and I’m already fearing for my wallet as early as now! I didn’t catch Stylenanda’s opening last year, but it’s definitely going to be one of my first stops in Hong Kong. I’m also going to Korea in October, and Japan again in December, so I definitely need to plan my budget better if I truly want to enjoy shopping. Let this blog entry be a reminder that starting today, NO MORE IMPULSE BUYING! 

Color Accent

Posted on Tuesday, 4 March 2014

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(Sheinside top, Choies skirt and bracelet, DAS wedges) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

The last of my multi-color skater skirt collection! I’m slowly warming up to green nowadays, especially after watching Wicked a few weeks ago. I have no idea why I’ve been disregarding this color for the longest time but better late than never, right? 

Also, the black and white plus color accent combination still remains to be classic. Best way how to dress on lazy days.

Tricia Gosingtian Philippines Fashion Blog

(Sheinside sweater and skort, Tretorn x Florence Broadhurst sneakers) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

That rare moment where I’m wearing sneakers! I should put a mark somewhere on my fashion timeline to commemorate the start of my sneaker addiction. This particular pair is only one of my very few patterned shoes so it’s extra special. I usually just go for the usual plain black or white, but all the Tretorn x Florence Broadhurst designs are way too adorable to resist. The ones I’m wearing here have horses on them!

Frozen

Posted on Wednesday, 26 February 2014

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(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.

(Choies sweater and skirt, Romwe shoes) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Told you I’d get this skirt in all colors! I’ve worn the blue and purple versions before, and I recently got the red and green ones to complete my collection. If it works, don’t let go. I held on to it so strongly, I had to keep myself from wearing these skirts everyday like some sort of uniform.

Way to go, Sailor Moon dreams. 

(Choies sweater-skirt set and Mickey Mouse ears beret, Topshop sneakers) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Flashback to my childhood. I loved everything Minnie Mouse and refused to use any pencil other than the red and white polkadot one that my mom gave me one Christmas. Until now, I still vividly remember how it looked like. There was a little Minnie figurine attached at the end, where the erasers usually go.

When I turned 18, my cake was also Minnie-themed!