Schooled

Attending Watches and Wonders made me feel like I got an intensive short course on the basics of watches. Not that it was burdensome or boring or anything like all the things we hate about school, but more because I learned so much in such a short amount of time. I keep saying this over […]

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Kuta Beach, Bali

With the help of Access Travel and stories we’ve heard from friends who’ve been to Bali, Kuta Beach is this city’s most well known  and liveliest beach. It’s probably because it’s a great place to surf at so it attracts a lot of young people like us. We initially wanted to surf as well actually. I even […]

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Square Peg

No boss or company dress code should ever stop you from finding ways to make your business attire interesting. Sure, there’s probably a sad sad sad boss out there (emphasis on the “sad”) who hates anything colorful or is a little too conservative for his/her own good, but that doesn’t mean you have to stick […]

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Travel Diary: Lee Moon Won + Han River Cruise

Our third day in Korea was totally a “me day”, dedicated to spoiling all of us rotten. After shopping to our hearts’ content at Myeong-dong, we were whisked off to the Lee Moon Won Korean Medicine Clinic located at the posh area of Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam to give our hair a little TLC. Dr. Lee Moon Won specializes in […]

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Travel Diary: Myeongdong Shopping

When you arrange a trip with fashion bloggers, you know shopping MUST be part of the itinerary. It’s a given. It’s practically a crime if you don’t let us shop, especially when we’re at one of the most fashionable cities in the world! So come our third day in Korea, we were finally given the chance […]

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Plaza De Colón

While shopping around Barrio De Salamanca, Sandy and I chanced upon this picturesque plaza. As much as I’d like to pretend I knew what this place was at that time, I had no clue. After consulting with my friend Google, I now know that this is Plaza De Colón or Columbus Square–a plaza dedicated to […]

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Cool Japan

As many of you may already know, I just recently visited Tokyo upon the invitation of Google Japan and Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). I, along with Laureen and Tricia, were the Philippine representatives or ambassadors of METI’s special project called Cool Japan. This project is a government-funded initiative that aims to […]

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Decked Out In Giordano Concepts

There’s a new Giordano Concepts store in town and it’s at the recently launched wing of Megamall–the Mega Fashion Hall. Last week,  I was fortunate enough to attend the well-loved apparel brand’s grand opening as one of its style icons, along with my fellow bloggers, celebrities and models. Champagne, delectable treats, amazing styling, easy shopping […]

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50 Shades Of Green

With all the different shades of green on my outfit, I’m surprised you can still see me against the greens behind me. But then again, it’s hard to blend in in plaid, and not to mention, copper-colored hair. What do you think is my inspiration for this outfit? My sister thinks it’s golf. She remarked […]

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Ponte Vecchio

Since it’s my mom’s first time in Italy, I thought I’d show her around for a bit. Just a quick stroll around the beautiful city on the way to Ponte Vecchio. This is Palazzo Vecchio located at Piazza dela Signoria. This Piazza is one of the busiest because it has so many tourist attractions. This […]

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