Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Channeling Blair Waldorf In Rosegal

Beanie: from Baguio | Coat: Zara | Dress: Rosegal
Tights: Target | Boots: H&M | Gloves: Marshall's | Bag: Le Sportsac
Lips: Ettusais Sanrio Characters in Tinted Pink

Blair Waldorf is surely one of the icons of New York. Who else better represents the Upper East Side than her? Since I was on the Upper East Side that day, I decided to release the Blair Waldorf in me. All thanks to this lovely dress from Rosegal.

Sunday, October 08, 2017

Seoul, South Korea (Cafe Dior)


This would probably be the first and last time I will ever visit Cafe Dior. Not that I had a bad experience. The food is good, the ambiance is extraordinary and the service impeccable! I have no complaints...except for the bill. It was too damn expensive. But, it was a great experience nonetheless.

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

7 out of 30: My Dream Designer Bag

Dress: c/o Dresslily | Shoes: Dries Van Noten | Bag: Chanel Chocolate Bar Bag
Lips: Anna Sui V 400

If you still remember this post from 3 years ago, one of the things I listed there was to finally purchase my dream designer bag that I know I can't afford but will use for the rest of my life. Well, thank God for secondhand stores because I finally found the courage to splurge on that dream designer bag without going beyond my monthly salary. It may not be brand new but I like the feeling of owning something that you can't easily find (hooray for thrift stores and vintage shops!). 

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Spend Halloween with ROSEGAL

Halloween is less than 2 months away and the best way to prepare for the upcoming holiday is through Rosegal. The company offers a wide array of Halloween-themed items such as sweaters, costumes, decors and so much more. You may find everything you need for the occasion in long dresses. Here are a few I found from their website that I would definitely like to have for Halloween:


Thursday, September 07, 2017

Product Review: Holika Holika All Kill Cleansing Oil Water


I always make sure to remove my makeup prior to sleeping. But I am guilty of foregoing the whole nighttime skincare routine once makeup is removed. Let's just say that I have those days when I am far too lazy to take proper care of myself. However, makeup removal is mandatory for me and I consider it a sin if I skip. Thus, a product that both removes makeup and keeps skin clean is heaven sent for me. Micellar water is one of those products and I really like the Bioré one. But I am always open to trying out new things so when we were in Seoul back in December, I decided to buy a few makeup remover/cleanser products. One that piqued my curiosity is the Holika Holika All Kill Cleansing Oil Water. We all know oil and water don't go together so I wonder how this product will work.

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Autumn Travel with DRESSLILY


The "ber" months has begun and it is time for me to look for new light jackets and coats at DRESSLILY. Though we don't have autumn where I live, I will be traveling to different places this autumn season (follow my instagram if you want to know the places I will visit) so I've been browsing DRESSLILY for new items to wear for my trip . I am really excited to be traveling again soon and what makes me even more excited is the cute and cozy sweaters as well as warm and trendy coats I can wear. If you are also traveling this fall, here are some items I found from the website that might interest you as well. Best thing about the company is that the items are affordable and they offer expedite international shipping!

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Seoul, South Korea (Hello Kitty Café in Hongdae)


Another cute pink cafe one shouldn't miss when in Seoul: Hello Kitty Cafe. There is a branch in Myeongdong but my mom and I decided to visit the branch in Hongdae instead. This is the more famous branch probably because the land area is bigger. We had wanted to visit this cafe for so long but last time we were in Seoul, we couldn't find it. They had moved from their original location from one of the more populated alleys of Hongdae (which now stands a clothing store) to one of the more modest alleys. It was difficult to find this new location but with the help of Seoul Police Tourist Information, we managed to get here before the sun completely set (they speak really good English too!).