Finally! Another genuine apology to you guys for being an irresponsible blogger again. I've been planning to post this a long time ago, but I was too lazy and I was caught up with reading Fifty Shades of Grey and miraculously finish a 514-page book in just three days! Well, it should have been only two but my eyes couldn't bear it any longer. List, oh, List ( just applying something I've learned from reading Poetry today that List, oh, List is another way of signalling the readers that you are heading in another point of view regarding a subject matter. Hahaha!) let's get back to this outfit post.
 This was shoot two weeks ago, gettin ready for my 18th birthday but then it was intentionally done for this beloved blog of mine. I'm trying to be a dedicated fashion blogger here. :)) So we had a funshoot at Fort San Pedro in Cebu with my classmate and friend Clyde Inso Chan. It was fun working with this guy because aside from it's the first time to shoot with him but his work ethics and professionalism is way beyond comparison. I haven't met yet someone who is as creative and spontaneous as him. He asked me to climb on a tree and sit on one of its branch, imagine my huge and bold leap to agree with this proposition
But nevertheless, climbing a tree for the first time is priceless and so is sitting on it's branch. The dress I worse is very cooperative anyway, with it's flow-y type of cloth and was very comfortable through our the shoot. The ruffle detail it contains, adds volume but doesn't make you look fat. At first, I thought I'm gonna look like a mother in this one but turns out to look like exactly the opposite.
 The designs on the shoulder and the lace detail on the chest part is very classical and feminine. It brings out the lady in you at the same time make you feel like a child again. Ruffle dresses are timeless, and it's improved by the new generation of Cavalli, Dolce and Gabanna and other high-end fashion designers by adding modern touches in it.

A short trivia about Ruffle dresses; it was popularized in Spain because it was inspired mostly from Flamenco dancers and later on cut out and designed for casual wears. Ruffles are a social status symbol, even men wore this before topped by some coats because it distinguishes them from the commoners, during the 60's. Quite insteresting, isn't it? After knowing a tiny bit of information about these ruffle dresses, would you consider wearing one? :)

Dress | Shoes: M. Nicole | MUA: Mom
credits to: Clyde Inso Chan


  1. GORGEOUS photos! Love the first one especially :)


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