Never mind the debate whether Hello Kitty is really a cat or not, because at the end of the day, she’s still the same kawaii icon that we’ve grown to love through the years!
Did you know that on November 1st, Hello Kitty will already be celebrating her 40th birthday? I envy all those who can go to the first ever Hello Kitty Con in Los Angeles. I can only imagine how cute everything will be.
Since I can’t attend Hello Kitty’s 40th birthday celebration, I’ll just wear Hello Kitty fashion as a form of tribute to my childhood favorite. I recently found a Hello Kitty nook in The SM Store’s Girls Teens Wear section, and couldn’t help but help raise awareness for it since it’s super underrated!
I must say that it is all kinds of purr-fect!
Hello Kitty meets FIFA World Cup! GTW by SM has these adorable crop tops of all the countries that participated in the recent league… except Japan? So I had to get the South Korea top as a second choice, lol.
Not complaining though! The Korean embassy granted me a 3-year multiple-entry visa the same day I wore this outfit. Foreshadowing…?!
Can’t wait for my Seoul trip at the end of the month!
Paired my sporty crop top and cap with a girly skater skirt and ankle-strap heels. (Pardon the K-pop wannabe pose! I just had to!)
The Hello Kitty corner of GTW by SM also has Hello Kitty-patterned long-sleeved tops and hoodies. I had to get this top because of its overflowing potential to instantly kawaii-fy any outfit.
Put a ribbon pin on my jacket for maximum Hello Kitty feels. I was THISCLOSE to putting it on my hair, but figured I might be too old for that now, haha!
Hello Kitty fanatics, check out the Hello Kitty character goods in SM Makati if you have time! You won’t be disappointed! <3
Girly pink version of this outfit. I even got the same shoes in a different color. I can’t bear the thought of having to eventually throw out my favorite items, so I tend to stock up by getting it in other colors, just in case the brand/store stops selling them. Raise your hands if you can relate!
Obsessed with my new tulle skirt from New York designer Alexandra Grecco! 6 layers of tulle AND fully lined. It’s so hard to find good quality tulle skirts nowadays. I’ve always wanted one that was also long enough to cover my knees. Anything for that full princess effect. I think I want it in other colors too.
I tried to style it with Carrie Bradshaw in mind, but opted to make the look more casual/wearable (and less ballerina) with a statement tee and some slip-ons. Of course, I couldn’t help but inject some sort of pink in there.