Posts Tagged "mickey mouse"

Florida May 2014 - Disney Magic Kingdom

Posted on Saturday, 13 September 2014

How can anyone fly to Orlando, and not go to the happiest place on earth? After the red eye flight from San Francisco to Florida, we freshened up a little (Sleep? What is sleep? Kids don’t need sleep. And jetlag only happens to adults.), and headed straight to Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. 

It still holds the record for the most visited theme park in the world. And boy, was it cramped in there! I got used to the smaller HK and Tokyo Disneyland theme parks where the crowds are usually more manageable, lol. Didn’t stop us from enjoying the rides though!

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Disney World, serving happiness for more than 40 years now. Thank God for bringing Walt Disney to the world!

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As soon as we entered, there was a parade along the Main Street! Lucky, lucky!

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Alternate outfits for Mickey and Minnie. Mickey, your sneaker game…

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Little Princess Jasmine waiting for the parade to finish.

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Had brunch at Tomorrowland. YAAAS to retro-futurism, but I couldn’t take good photos because THERE WERE STROLLERS PARKED EVERYWHERE. All the pathways were about 50% occupied by baby strollers!

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Meet Merida! 

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What’s wrong, Aladdin?

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I VOLUNTEER AS TRIBUTE. Oops, wrong movie.

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Disney couples dancing on stage! So cute.

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While my parents and brothers were having coffee somewhere (We finally got to admit to ourselves that we are full-grown caffeine-dependent adults, not kids, lol), I managed to catch another parade! 

Just in time for my favorite Disney movie - Beauty and the Beast!

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SO MANY THINGS HAPPENING IN DISNEY WORLD, SO LITTLE TIME. One short toilet break, and you might just miss the important events. I’m so lucky I got to catch this particular parade, because the floats were beautiful! Also got to see the characters up close without having to line up for a photo.

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First time to see Anna and Elsa (and Olaf)!

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The Princess and the Frog. Tiana and Prince Naveen’s costumes <3

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And at last I see the liiight~

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Peter Pan and Wendy say hello!

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Tink is not amused! 

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HIGHLIGHT OF THE PARADE. Ariel was everything. The float was perfect, and nothing hurt. 

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Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it.

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The fairies from Sleeping Beauty!

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Maleficent was showing back then, and with all the movie hype, it was only natural for the people to cheer when this badass steampunk dragon started breathing fire!

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Aww, Bashful.

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You don’t say!

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Every little girl’s dream.

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There was a store in Disney World just dedicated to these costumes! To be a young girl again…

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Minnie merch.

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Make your own lightsaber. More Star Wars photos in my next post!

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HAGGARD. But wait, let me take an #ootd…

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It was my mom’s birthday, so we went to a fancy place for dinner - Kouzzina by Cat Cora at Boardwalk. But I couldn’t remember most of it as I was pretty much dead from exhaustion/lack of sleep/jetlag, haha. This is what I get from not exercising! 

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Disney Hollywood Studios, Universal Studios, and a separate Wizarding World of Harry Potter post coming soon!

Check It Out

Posted on Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Tricia Gosingtian Philippines

Tricia Gosingtian Filipino Blogger

(Sheinside top and skirt set, EMODA earrings and necklace, Jellybean heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Blog

Tricia Gosingtian Fashion Blogger

(Sheinside sweater and skirt, Comfit heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

I’m pretty sure we’ll see more checkered patterns next season, but I’m certainly not wearing them just because they’re currently trendy. My mom has always had a penchant for plaids and checkers, and I’m certain that she passed it on to me. Every time we’d go shopping together, she’d automatically go to either the section where all the black are, or to the section where all the plaids and checkers are. I found myself developing the same habit throughout the years.

I’ve also been very partial to sharp angles and straight lines, etc. (as mentioned here) so this pattern is expected of me and my style. Crissey is the exact opposite - she is drawn to curved lines, and this clearly reflects on her drawing style, as well as on some of her fashion choices. In a way, I guess we are what we wear.

Speaking of Crissey, fate brought us together last Sunday when we coincidentally went to the same store in the same mall at the same time. Neither of us knew each other’s whereabouts so we totally freaked out at what happened. That night, we talked about horror movies (she loves to scare herself, and I also get curious, lol) until we fell asleep. I woke up at exactly 3 AM after an immensely strange dream where I saw Crissey die as she fell into a large gap while we were going down the escalator. In an attempt to find her body, I looked down the gap only to find it pitch black. After a few minutes of mourning because I didn’t know what to do and I really thought she was gone forever, Crissey miraculously found her way back up and immediately told me, in her usual cheery tone, that she fell 21 stories… and that “OMGGreenhills pala yung nasa baba!" I was dying (lol) of laughter when I relayed the story to my brother. That punchline I can’t even. 

Also, I should mention that in my dream, while we were going down the escalator, Crissey was holding a giant squash and a broom. Stop haunting my dreams, witch (of course, the moe magical girl type) Crissey!

MOFW 2012 Hong Kong Day 7

Posted on Sunday, 2 December 2012

Tricia Gosingtian Giordano Hong Kong

(Disney x Giordano hoodie, Ellysage skirt, Choies wedges) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

It’s the end of the week, and I’m afraid I’ll have to end My Own Fashion Week Hong Kong today. It has been so fun, being able to wear all my new purchases and feature brands from a specific country for 7 consecutive days. I started this whole concept for the heck of it, but somehow I feel so clingy every time I reach the last day of every series. I was planning on going straight to MOFW Fukuoka when I get back from my trip in Janaury, but it seems like it won’t be long until I hold another one of these things this month. :D

I’m spicing things up in my next MOFW, so please do watch out for that. If I had to give a clue about it, it will just be one word. BATIK!

Tricia Gosingtian Giordano Hong Kong

Anyhow, I saved the best for last for this edition of MOFW Hong Kong. Giordano has always been one of the most trusted brands I’ve known when it comes to classics and basics. As a kid, I owned quite a number of plain v-neck and round collar tees and straight-cut denims from them. Although I somewhat eventually outgrew them as I decided to experiment more with fashion and integrate trends into my personal style, this Disney x Giordano collaboration made me think twice about my decision to let this brand go off my radar.

Tricia Gosingtian Giordano Hong Kong

Houndstooth-print Mickey silhouette on a batwing hoodie with the most adorable Mickey ears attached to the hood? No one in their right mind will overlook this kind of perfection. Totes love Disney, but hats off to Giordano for this modern take on our favorite childhood character. Never thought I’d ever go the street/urban wear route, but I couldn’t help it. And you all know exactly why. <3

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Too bad this collab won’t ever be released here in Manila! But this shouldn’t stop you guys from visiting the nearest Giordano. See you all again next time for another round of My Own Fashion Week! Expect the next one 2-3 weeks from now. :D