Sweater, Socks and Sunglasses: Forever 21 | Jumper Dress: The Landmark | Trench Coat: thrifted
Pin: Alice On Wednesday | Sneakers: Adidas | Bag: Le Sportsac
My San Francisco posts will be coming to an end soon as I am already down to our second to the last day. It was only a week of vacation (7 days to be exact) but definitely one for the books. San Francisco has always been in my bucket list and I am happy to have finally ticked it off.
It's been awhile again since I posted anything and I deeply missed writing. However, the demands of the new job hinder me from creating anything that would be sensible and of interest for this blog. Aside from the fact that I am far too tired to do anything when I get home, my brain is just filled with thoughts about work (and a new project I am working on) for me to be able to write anything. I wish I can write lengthy posts again that make sense and come up with topics that are relevant and interesting. I wish that was still the case.
The cold season was short lived (and I really wish it could be longer) and summer has finally arrived. With the change of season, I also decided to switch up a few makeup products. I don't normally pile on makeup but I tend to wear more during the cold season. But now that it started to become hot and humid I wear less makeup. I sweat a lot so I skip on anything with coverage during the summer (though I would dab a few dots of concealer under my eye - just under my eye).
Dress: Miss Selfridge | Shoes: Dries Van Noten | Bag: Michael Kors
Watch: Swatch | Necklace: Tinkerbell (Disney for Target)
Lips: Powerpuff Girls x Peripera Liquid Velvet Ink in Bubbles
all dream of becoming successful. That is basically what we live for. We work
so hard because we want to be successful in our jobs. We study diligently so we
can become successful in the future. We do things the way we do because our
goal in life is to become successful. But one thing that many people fail to
realize is the fact that success does not happen overnight. It is a combination
of patience, hard work, passion and time.
After a morning spent touring Castello di Amorosa, my aunt and I decided to visit the infamous Oxbow Public Market. It took another 2 hours from the castle to get here and by the time we arrived, we were both famished. We decided to eat at Gott's Roadside for a typical American lunch: burgers, fries and milkshake. I had been craving for a smooth, creamy milkshake for days and it was finally satisfied here. The diner was decorated with Halloween decor and it was just the cutest!