This shoot was long due, approximately two months ago. But I'd like to make up fpr everything I've missed especially to my readers (if ever). So here is the second outfit I wore for my predbut photoshoot.
The carefree look you see is the result of having my cheerful bestfriend around Irene. Well, she's one of those few who could bring out the best laugh/smile in me. Personally, I like the dress very much coz it's effortlessly elegant and its color is just so refreshing to the eyes.
The ingenious capturing of the moment as the sun sets is just too dramatic and romantic that makes you want to reminisce and remember the past. Coincidentally, at this very moment in between the boundary of 2012 and 2013 I feel the very same feeling I had when I took this shoot and perhaps this is perfect moment to post this outfit.
You could write a poem with this photo actually. Or can you? Hahaaha. I'll be my alter ego this time, not your sister fashionista but just your next door girlfriend who just wants to be happy on New Year's Eve.
Not so much on the techinicalities of fashion, but more on ending the year with a bang with the subtle touch of a mint sheer dress!
So the best friend and I had an impulsive spending on concert tickets. It was on March 5, 2017, that she actually messaged me telling to watch the Air Supply concert with her on Tuesday that same week. I was telling her that we should watch the concert but at the back of my mind, I was thinking about my savings. The tickets cost a fortune (considering us being nillionaires) and so it was quite a risk to spend thousand/s of peso for a two-hour show. Nevertheless, she prompted me on a peculiar way of thinking saying: THIS CONCERT IS ONCE IN A LIFETIME. WE HAVE TO WATCH IT BEFORE THE DUO GETS TOO OLD TO SING FOR A CROWD. And yes, the lame excuse made me say YES.
We had the tickets and we lined up for the show. We drank two cups of coffee before the show and we fangirled during and after the concert. We had videos in almost all their songs and we were singing the whole night through. But let me highlight some important parts of the show: the Opening number, the closing song and their tim…
Hello there! How are you? It has been a long time since I posted a new entry on the blog. I just have no time yet to create good blog entries to share. However, I have here raw photos on some of my "small" adventures in the past few weeks. They are not much but they are my definition of "simple" joys.
Keep scrolling and have fun reading :D
Beach in November
Last weekend (see: nov.26-27), my friend and I went up north for a quick weekend getaway. She was celebrating her birthday on a resort--it is called "The North Sky" and the place was great but not super "wow" kind of great. If you are looking for a short time out of the city, this could be the perfect place for you. It is probably a two-hour drive or so from Cebu.
Romance Revisited with Jose Marie Chan
Last November 30- Jose Marie Chan had a concert at Waterfront Cebu to celebrate his 50th year in the music industry. With that I was expecting to hear all his timeless love songs that never fai…
Last Labor Day Weekend, we had an impromptu out of town trip to Alcoy with the family. We needed a break from stress, school and work and nothing can do that better than the beach. We spent a night at the Manawa Beach Resort. I must say that this quaint resort has the complete amenities any tourist would need.
If you like a spacious, comfortable and air-conditioned room, they just have the perfect rooms for you. Moreover, if you want to have a perfect view of the sunset and the sunrise, their man-made cliff will give you the best spot. All these at a very comfortable price!
Early morning by the beach is one of the many moments you should experience at least once in your life. While waiting for high tide and watching the sunrise, nothing is more soothing than hearing the sound of the waves crashing to the shores. By just the sound of it, your brain involuntarily lets go of your stress and anger you had in the past week.
Before we ended our trip in Alcoy, we made sure to stop by Tingko…