This is the part where I start running out of things to say, because I have absolutely no idea whether I want this outfit to be more S/S or F/W. While it’s a non-issue in the real world, I usually at a loss for words if an outfit is just an outfit without a particular theme or purpose. Forgive me just this once! Truth be told, describing outfits is actually quite challenging. I guess it’s because we normally don’t really go around telling people the inspiration or feelings behind our outfits.
Picking up from that, I think food blogging is a lot easier since we’re all naturally more vocal about our gustatory perceptions. I’d probably make a horrible food blogger, though. People who know how to cook are usually the ones who are most critical about flavor. I have zero cooking skills, and I’m pretty much solved with anything that is immensely sweet, salty or savory. I don’t really have much to say about what I eat in general. I exist to devour everything!
I can already imagine what I would write in my imaginary food blog: “Steak was good. The mashed potatoes! ME GUSTA! I need more of those in my life. YAAAAAAS - the carrots were everything! And the wine gave me so many feels. OM NOM NOM NOM, this whole meal.” Basically, it’s going to be just as annoying as my current blog, lol.
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).
Happy 5th anniversary to Tricia Will Go Places! Who would’ve thought I would last this long? I updated my deviantART last week and also found out that I’ve actually been on the platform for 10 whole years. Which means I’ve spent about half of my conscious life on the Internet. Crazy stuff.
Dyeing my hair dark and constantly wearing these clip-on hair extensions suddenly put me into a mood to play pretend grown-up with my personal style as much as I can. Obviously, I fail every single time, since I usually only end up looking angry instead of mature, with these oh-so-serious expressions that I do for my outfit photos. I swear that I’m a bit more smile-y in real life than in my pictures, lol. If it’s not explicit enough, I swear that deep inside, I am actually all smiles and my heart is actually in super high spirits. Please forgive the chronic bitchface! Who else can relate to this?
So much ’90s inspiration in this look! I remember catching Léon: The Professional on TV some time ago, and instantly falling in love with young!Natalie Portman as Mathilda. That was probably the first (and only) time I thought of the choker necklace as an accessory that can instantly give even the most ordinary outfit a million cool points.
Nowadays, I wear it as a sort of security blanket because I’m simply too used to wearing high necklines and collared tops. Exposing too much chest and neck skin makes me feel naked sometimes, lol. #conservativegirlproblems
Went all ladylike for MURUA touchMe Collection A/W 2014 last May! I packed mostly S/S clothes so I had to rush to the nearest MURUA store (fortunately, my hotel was just a 5 minute walk from Shibuya MARUI) to buy some new clothes that won’t look too bright and cutesy for an A/W show.
I was just in Tokyo last March but MURUA updated their stocks so quickly! In that short span of time, they released so many new items. It was hard to resist buying all the new arrivals!
In the end, I settled for this simple but girly outfit. MURUA’s concept, after all, is feminine mode. I fell in love with this peplum top so I also got it in white and navy. I would’ve gotten the white version of this pencil skirt too if only it weren’t sold out!
Pointy toe shoes at a fashion show? Typical.
This blue + stripes design, however, is definitely something that can’t be easily in found in most shoe stores! MURUA has been on-point with their shoe collection recently that they even created a separate Instagram for it. Check it out!
I really feel like it’s MURUA’s shoes that complete the whole MURUA look!
This 2-way bag is actually a novelty item! I spent a certain amount at a MURUA store, so I got this bag for free! It can be worn like this, or like a backpack.
I’ll be sharing the photos from MURUA touchMe A/W 2014 after I get back from the US (which is very soon). Can’t wait!