Posts Tagged "h&m"

Tory Burch: Dark Denim

Posted on Wednesday, 16 January 2013

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

Tricia Gosingtian Tory Burch Fashion

(Tory Burch Marlien Leggings in Resin Dark Fade jeans, H&M top, Guess heels, Chicnova bag, Topman hat) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

These pants from the latest Fall 2012 collection of Tory Burch are my perfect fitting jeans to date! So comfortable and I absolutely love the gold details on the side that make it more than just your ordinary pair of jeans. I haven’t worn blue or dark blue denim pants in a while but I just might rekindle the flame of this old romance. Can you believe that skirts/shorts-loving me used to live in my jeans throughout my early college years? 

MOFW 2012 Hong Kong Day 5

Posted on Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Hong Kong b+ab

(b+ab x Angelababy sweater, H&M skirt, Capital Vice shoes, SM Accessories necklace and scrunchie) Hype this look on Lookbook here. Photos by RG.

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Hong Kong b+ab

Someone clearly had fun shopping from the b+ab x Angelababy collection! All the creamy, girly knitwear and pearl-embellished items seemed like they were meant for me. I know that was such a self-absorbed way to put it, lol. But seriously, I was so sad that some of the items in the collection were sold out already, by the time I flew to Hong Kong. This sweater would’ve looked perfect if I were able to get that adorable pink tulle skirt that this was supposedly paired with. Ahh, if it’s meant to be, it will be. Perhaps God was sending me a sign, that I already have something similar in my closet and that I don’t really need any more. It’s so hard to be me sometimes. I am willing to give in to consumerism so easily. T_T

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Hong Kong b+ab

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Hong Kong b+ab

Singapore July and September 2012

Posted on Sunday, 23 September 2012

Finally posting these after so long! I went to Singapore twice recently - once during the last week of July for a leadership conference for Operation Smile (where I am an ambassador) and once during the first week of September to attend a seminar of sorts. Of course, as always, I managed to find time to do other things in between my fixed schedules. As for what those “other things” were… well, I’ll let the pictures do the talking!

Anyhow, I’m going to take this opportunity to announce the addition of a new concept for my blog. You all know that I love traveling and taking pictures of my outfits, right? So why not do a project where I combine a little bit of both? I’m calling it MOFW, which stands for “My Own Fashion Week”. Basically, it involves me posting outfit photos for a week, featuring brands or online stores from the most recent travel entry. Expect some “MOFW: Singapore” entries starting tomorrow! I coincidentally accumulated gifts from some Singaporean blogshops recently, so what’s a better way to showcase them than to actually dedicate a week for them? I still don’t know what I’ll come up with, but it’s definitely going to be a fun challenge.

Now, on to the photos! I’m combining both my trips into one entry since some of my activities (i.e. shopping, lol) overlapped anyway. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The most convenient way to get to the city from the airport! I love that they have a train connected to one of the terminals, because it saves you so much taxi money!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

ONE°15 Marina Club at Sentosa, where I stayed for a night or two. The owner of this place is an active supporter of Operation Smile Singapore, and it was so nice of him to let us stay in this wonderful place.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The Youth Park in Somerset. We had a whole day carnival activity of sorts here, to raise awareness for Operation Smile. We even gave out flyers to people along Orchard.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

(EMODA top, Zara pants, H&M flats) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

One of my functional travel outfits. I usually wear super simple outfits and just make myself more bongga by doing my hair and make-up properly!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I took a hop on hop off bus tour! So convenient because you get to see the whole city, and hear trivia about certain places as well.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The driver of the bus stopped the vehicle and started spazzing about these one-day orchids! Lucky I got to see them during my trip!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

With the other Operation Smile delegates from Indonesia. They were adorbs and I loved their fashion as well!

This was somewhere in Clarke Quay.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Clarke Quay by night!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I represented Operation Smile Philippines with Louise, who you may all find familiar! She was on Junior Masterchef! We were roommates for a few days, and it was so fun because it was like having a sister!

But uhh, she is already an inch taller than me even if we’re 10 years apart. FML.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Far East Plaza, along Scotts Rd. This is one of my favorite places to shop in Singapore. Here you can find a lot of dainty stores and popular blogshops that sell their own designs, as well as other stuff that are imported from places like Thailand, China and Korea. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

MAC Morange and Ruby Woo, two shades of lipsticks that seem to always be out of stock here in Manila!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I rode the MRT alone to Marina Bay Sands. One of the best things about Singapore is their transportation system! So tourist-friendly! 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

TWG, where I have my afternoon tea and macarons almost everyday. Wish we had the actual tea salon here in Manila!  

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I had lunch at KRAZE BURGER while watching some kids ice skate.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Here you can find a lot of high-end brands, as well as celebrity restaurants.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

On a hot afternoon, silly me decided to pay a visit to the newest attraction in Singapore…

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Gardens by the Bay! Looks straight out of a movie or a video game, yes? It looks more surreal at night.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

You could check out the two cooled conservatories for a fee. The first dome I went to was the Cloud Forest. I actually didn’t plan on checking these places out until I went to Singapore again with my family, but silly me decided to come here when the sun was at its hottest. I immediately looked for an air-conditioned place, but eventually found myself dedicating a few hours just relaxing and enjoying the conservatories. Totally worth the adventure!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The world’s tallest indoor waterfall.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The Cloud Forest replicates the conditions found in tropical mountain regions between 1,000 metres and 3,000 metres above sea level. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

You can check the different conditions out as you go up the “mountain”. They made it feel so real!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

View from above.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Inside the “mountain”, there are also some sights to see.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

One of my favorite things in this conservatory was this presentation of what will happen to the planet if global warming worsens, at the rate that it’s going. The end of the world can just be around the corner, if we don’t do anything to save it.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

And then after you leave the projector room, you’re presented with this beauty. SAVE THE PLANET!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

After the Cloud Forest, I went to the Flower Dome…

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

…where I took my time taking pictures of the prettiest flowers!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

One of the good things about going here during the day is being able to take good, naturally-lit and non-grainy photos! 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

My desktop wallpaper.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Highlight of the Flower Dome: this area with all these pink, red and purple flowers! Also, in this area, there’s a restaurant or an events space which I think would be so ideal for weddings!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Baobab!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Next option for my desktop wallpaper.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I wish I had someone to take my pictures when I was here! I was wearing floral, and it wasn’t even on purpose!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The Singapore Flyer to the left.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Airport and shopping outfit! I can spend hours just walking, taking pictures and shopping here, so flats are a must!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Totally squealed when I saw this at ION. Baby G x SNSD = most perfect combination ever.

Lucky for us, these watches are already available in Time Depot! I already have the Yoona, Jessica and Sunny ones! 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Man reading newspaper in front of Forever 21.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

CHANEL, I LOVE YOU!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Those boots, I covet.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

LV shoes. I’m quite drawn to pointy shoes nowadays!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Valentino. Super cute and pink! Very reminiscent of Legally Blonde.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The most badass sweater that I’ve ever own. This one from Zara was such a steal! I love how it’s already so ornate that you could pair it with the simplest clothes and it would still make you look fabulous.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Glittery Aldo flats that matched the grainy floor. I’m weird for noticing these things.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

H&M COME TO MANILA SOON PLEASE! Ugh, I spend so much here every single time. But I’m also so happy that they provide tourist refund! <3

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

My favorite Topshop in Singapore. Even if they have Topshops in other malls, I still prefer to shop here! I think it’s the most complete one!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

On my free night, I had dinner with *the* Zhang Jingna, a.k.a. zemotion of deviantART. We had the nicest foie gras steak and the yummiest green tea cakes!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

And then there was Haji Lane, which I call like the Cubao X of Singapore. It’s every eclectic fashionista’s paradise. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Arm candy and Campbell’s.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Cute rings!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

What a wander wonderful store signage!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Cute mailbox, and the nicest cyan paint background.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Ugh, every place in Haji Store is calling out to me! So ideal for photoshoots.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Daintiest store in Haji Lane. I wish to live here.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Salad.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I saw this cat sleeping in the store and thought it was fake. A few minutes after it started jumping around everywhere! Sorry for taking your photo, Estee. From that look in your eyes, I know you are quite mad…

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Took the MRT to Bugis+ after Haji Lane because I haven’t been here before.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

OMG, Lowry’s Farm has a giant store in Bugis+! Well, I know they’re also available in the Collect Points in Isetan but this one is huuuuge! A must for those who love Japanese brands and Japanese fashion!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Dinner alone at Novena, where I stayed for a few days. I spent 10-15 minutes walking to Ibis Hotel to the Novena station everyday! It was a refreshing sight because the area was filled with high-end condo buildings and hospitals. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

But it’s really nice to have spend time in a foreign country alone, without any set schedule, without any one to bother you with work. This is my idea of a holiday!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

(EMODA top, Zara pants, H&M flats, Mango bag) Hype this look on Lookbook here

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I cheat with red lips. It means not having to spend too much time on eye make-up. This is my no-fail way to make myself instantly presentable!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Singapore flags.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I CRY. IPPUDO IS IN SINGAPORE. Yes, you heard that right! I was able to experience Hakata ramen straight from the source in Fukuoka, so I was overjoyed to find out that they had a restaurant in Mandarin Gallery! The experience and the ambience were different from the Ippudo I tried in Fukuoka, but still good enough because I really missed being able to choose the noodles’ firmness! Never encountered a ramen restaurant here in Manila that offers barikata, etc.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Ojii-chan, you’re making a really creepy face…

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Post-sunset view somewhere in the Marina Bay Sands area.

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

The Louis Vuitton Island Maison. 

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

National Day was on August 9, but they were rehearsing fireworks a week or two too early. Managed to enjoy the whole show while on a bus to my hotel. Lucky!

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

Night version of my shot of the Singapore Flyer and the Gardens by the Bay. Only thing missing here would be Avatars…

Tricia Gosingtian Travel Photography Fashion Singapore

I’ve been to this country a number of times with my family (Universal Studios with them was so fun), but I don’t mind coming back here every so often because it’s so ideal for someone like me who loves cities (and shopping).

Love how everything is in English and everyone knows how to speak the language! I can’t speak Mandarin to save my life (My dad, my angkong, and ama speak Hokkien fluently, but my mom is Filipino so I didn’t go to a Chinese high school)… if I ever need saving in Singapore. It’s one place I’m sure that I’ll be 100% safe. Wish I could fly there every quarter or something. Someone give me blogging work in Singapore! 

But seriously, I hope you guys liked how I presented your country through my eyes and my camera’s lens! Can’t wait for my next visit!

The Orphan’s Arms

Posted on Monday, 17 September 2012

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style The Orphan's Arms

(The Orphan’s Arms top, H&M shorts, Five by Five boots) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Made in England The Orphan’s Arms creates fine handprinted apparel that draws information from old English heritage! What a wonderful way to celebrate the rich history of your country, yes? What I love most about this clothing label is that everything is so tastefully done without being too hardsell and explicit about the inspiration for their prints. Talk about wearable original art!

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style The Orphan's Arms

This is one of the few times I agree to wear graphic shirts. I couldn’t resist the cute pale lavender color, which I felt would stand out more if I wore black as a contrasting color. Here I am looking different with leather shorts and sky high black platform boots. I know I promised to give all my black clothes a rest in 2011, but now I think I’m crawling back to my 2010 penchant for all things black! 

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style The Orphan's Arms

Here’s a better look at the shirt. The fabric is too incredibly soft and high-quality that you wouldn’t want to take it off at the end of the day, lol. I am so hooked on these shirts. I want more!

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style The Orphan's Arms

Channeling my inner rebel child with this coordinate. It’s something super casual but with badass rockstar elements to make it all the more interesting! How do you like this look on me?

Minty Fresh

Posted on Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style Photography Lifestyle

(Freedom Manila top and shorts, H&M jacket, S&H shoes, Mauve bracelets) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

I knew I said I was going to take a break from wearing brights and pastels, but the rainy season just makes you want to fight the gloominess in every way possible. The most basic thing I can do is, well, express it with fashion!

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style Photography Lifestyle

Speaking of the rainy season, it’s finally time to get your jackets out of your closet! This denim jacket is from H&M’s newest collection, and I love how it’s long and how it doesn’t have a collar. It’s all in the details.

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style Photography Lifestyle

Rarely do I wear fitted bottoms, but these shorts were just too adorable to only end up being covered by my blue velvety top. Do they look familiar? It’s because I have the same one in orange!

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Personal Style Photography Lifestyle

Mint is one of the “it” colors of 2012, if not “the” color of the year, and I don’t think I can get over it any time soon. Such a classy color that makes a rather simple outfit stand out!