Posts Tagged "pinkaholic"

(Pinkaholic top and skirt set, Le Bunny Bleu shoes) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Wearing my new Le Bunny Bleu Erland Oxfords that come in 3 colors - mint, pink and ivory. Of course, I had to get the one in pink because I’m still on the same sakura high that I caught in Tokyo last March. I don’t think I will ever get over it! I apologize in advance if my new appreciation for pink will convince you to like it as much as I do! It’s super cute - how come I never joined the bandwagon when I was a kid?

These shoes are the comfiest things in the world, and I’m quite set on visiting the Le Bunny Bleu store again (since I’m always in Shang anyway) to get my feet on the mint version! If you don’t have time to visit the store any time soon, you can check out this mini tour that I recently did. A lot of K-pop stars wear Le Bunny Bleu so you should definitely check the brand out if you’re a fan of K-everything! 

Visit them at 5th floor Bridgeway, East Wing Shangri-la Plaza (654-2599) and 2nd floor Glorietta 5 (955-7225).

They’re still giving away special double points this weekend (until today, May 18)! Every purchase in Le Bunny Bleu will be equal to double stamps on the Le Bunny Bleu stamp card. Customers will have a faster time to get their Le Bunny Bleu Lovers discount card!

Customers who purchase any amount in the store will be given a stamp card that you can complete within a year. Once completed, you can get a discount card that can guarantee a lifetime discount of 10% for cash and 5% off for credit card purchases. Exclusive promotions and sneak peek of new collections will also be granted to holders of the card. 

You can follow Le Bunny Bleu on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Enjoy shopping!

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Pinkaholic Pre-Holiday Collection 2013

Posted on Friday, 23 August 2013











For PINKaholic Fashion Shoppe's next collection which will be out tomorrow! Watch out for it by following them on Facebook or Instagram.

Photography and styling by Tricia Gosingtian; Styling by Sheila Dy-Tiu and Stephanie Dy; Make-up by Bea Almeda for CANMAKE Philippines; Hair by Hyatt Laurel; Special thanks to Gold Dot for some of the shoes; Model: Ericka Villongco

One of my most favorite yet simplest shoots to date! K-pop has been taking over my life, and you can evidently see how I pretty much transformed Ericka to look a bit Korean here. I swear, it’s all in the (photoshopped) brows. It also helps that she is a real singer with a perfect S-line body enough to give Goo Hara’s proportions a run for their money!


Posted on Saturday, 18 May 2013

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(SLY top, Pinkaholic pants, Aldo wedges, Coach bag, GYDA bracelet) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

Got these pants as a present from Pinkaholic some time ago, but only got to wear them now! I took a break from wearing printed bottoms lately as it was starting to become a uniform, but I’m slowly warming up to all these fun patterns again! 

This time I dared to wear black and white with brown - something that I’ve never really done before! It weirded me out at first, until I realized that the shoes (which I got at 50% off, btw!) would fit the outfit only if I had a matching brown bag! 

MOFW 2012 Singapore Day 3

Posted on Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Singapore

(Kristine’s Collection blazer, Tracyeinny top) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

On the third day of MOFW, I decided to wear two things that I love - the color blue and outerwear. I’m one of those weird people who gravitate towards any kind of outerwear when in the midst of clothing. The temperature in this part of the world never becomes cold enough for coats to be acceptable and appropriate, but there’s never enough cardigans and blazers to combat the intense airconditioning we have in malls and establishments. 

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Singapore

I tend to stock up on outerwear often because I like to balance my outfits out, skin exposure-wise. I love short shorts that show off my legs, so I usually cover my arms up as an attempt to save my conservative image (lol)

Tricia Gosingtian My Own Fashion Week Singapore

Super in love with this blazer that fits me perfectly! The silhouette is so me - not too shapeless, but not too boxy either. Just the right amount of chic.

Fuji Lena-Inspired

Posted on Monday, 3 September 2012

Tricia Gosingtian Lena Fuji ViVi Magazine Fashion Japanese

(Pinkaholic top and shorts, San Sue bag, heels from I don’t know where - let me know if you were the one who sent these to me!) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

I’m sure everyone is already sick and tired of hearing me always rave about my favorite Japanese fashion icons and magazines, but I seriously can’t help but take so much inspiration from them! Flip through the pages of ViVi, and you’ll find models with the prettiest hair and the nicest, and not to mention, *wearable* clothes styled in the most adorable ways.

Tricia Gosingtian Lena Fuji ViVi Magazine Fashion Japanese

Top Japanese model Fuji Lena has been gracing the pages of ViVi for the longest time now! If I were asked who the poster girl for ViVi is, among all the models, I would answer Lena. Growing up, I’ve always wanted to look like her, but after a while, I realized that the only way I could ever look like her is to magically inject myself with American genes for that perfect ViVi Eurasian look, lol.

In general, Japanese models always give me hope when it comes to height. Masuwaka Tsubasa is only 150cm! *shock*

Tricia Gosingtian Lena Fuji ViVi Magazine Fashion Japanese

Lena’s trademark moles and natural duck lips/face are definitely her most unique points. Lena wouldn’t be Lena without these things! And ViVi always makes sure to highlight these parts.

One day, I wore this top and bottom combination that loosely reminded me of Lena’s modeling photos for the brand Rosebullet. Out of boredom, I tried to complete the whole Lena look by doing this very popular retro-girly hairstyle, as well as imitating her expressions in most of her photos. I know I’ll never be as pretty as her (she is like, a perfect being from another dimension), but this was just so fun to do that I am now totally game to do Japanese model-inspired hair/make/coordinate posts from now on!

Tricia Gosingtian Lena Fuji ViVi Magazine Fashion Japanese

Something different from the usual “blogger look”! I also somehow copied how she usually does her make-up. Perhaps I’ll do a Fuji Lena-inspired make-up tutorial one of these days.

Time for Printed Bottoms

Posted on Monday, 25 June 2012

I am obsessed with printed bottoms! Where have they been hiding all my life? I would’ve worn these all throughout college if I only got my hands (or legs) on them back then. 

What’s wonderful about printed bottoms is that they debunk the whole notion of anything that covers the legs being conservative and boring. Finally, gone are the days when one would automatically resist anything that has to do with anti-shorts/skirts dress codes (usually in churches and universities) since that would mean being limited to jeans. So what if you’re limited to covering your legs? Leggings and pants have now become statements on their own, and not just that “plain and neutral” thing that you pair with your favorite blouse, shoes or designer bag. 

Here are some of my recent looks featuring printed bottoms! At first I was intimidated by the thought of covering my legs with all these busy prints, but I figured that as long as you focus on one key element in your outfit, these are godsend. 

(Mango top, Pinkaholic galaxy pants, Michael Antonio peep-toe heels, The Stylogist studded clutch, Fayenesss Shop silver necklace) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

For this look, I wore black and silver to make the pink and purple color of my pants stand out. In general, neutrals are the safest to pair with printed bottoms since they’re a sure way to avoid looking too overwhelming. All eyes will automatically be directed to your pants!

(Pinkaholic 3-way top, Romwe shorts, Oasap floral print leggings, FashionCookie ShoeAvenue heels) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

For this look, I took into consideration the colors of the flowers on my leggings to decide what color top I should wear. This is my foolproof way of making an outfit look coherent. This look would’ve also worked if I wore yellow or plum. 

(Ianywear printed top, Motel Rocks striped pants, Berry Lush heels, Dazzled Bags neon satchel) Hype this look on Lookbook here.

For this look, I paired my black and white pants with another black and white top so the colors of the shoes and bag will stand out. You know how the color accent option in cameras work? They focus on one or two colors, and make the rest of the picture black, gray and white.

Yes, I just did a photography reference on a personal style/fashion post. This is how geeky I can get.