Roponggi

Good food is always one of my top priorities whenever I travel, so on my last day in Tokyo, I made sure to add another restaurant in my growing list of Japan “musts”. The restaurant is called Mercer Brunch, located at Roponggi. It’s a good thing that Tricia and I are both foodies so even if Roponggi […]

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Stop And Shop

There’s always time for shopping, right? After taking in the sights of Tokyo, I couldn’t miss dropping by Harajuku street for a quick fashion fix. It was less chilly that day so I was able to wear lighter clothes. I whipped out my florals and set aside my plaids to match the lovely spring weather. You […]

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Shibuya Lights

Hello there, scramble crossing, we meet again. If New York has its iconic Times Square, Tokyo has Shibuya’s scramble crossing. No Tokyo photo diary would ever be complete without it. So even though this isn’t my first time, I still had to take a photo of it. But this time, I took it up a […]

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Just For Kicks

There was a time in my life (many many times in my life, actually) that I had zero sports or health-inclined activities. I’d always have moments when I’d let my laziness take over for not just months, but years! You won’t see me step foot inside the gym or break a sweat. No morning walks. […]

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Travel Diary: Olympic Museum

We’ve come to the last of my travel and style posts from Switzerland. How I wish I spent more days to tour around the country and its different cities. Oh well, at least I was able to make the most of my short trip and not to mention, the cold weather. Who knows when I […]

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Nothing Like The Swiss Alps

It seems like everywhere you go in Switzerland, the snow-covered mountains look like they’re just a few steps away. Part of me (a very silly part of me) wants to just reach out and maybe, just maybe, I’d be able to touch them and discover that they were actually just painted on my background. They’re […]

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Travel Diary: Lyon, France

When I was studying in France back in college, my friends and I used to travel to different parts of Europe every weekend. Most of the time, we’d ride the train from Gare Du Nord and backpack our way around a new city. Since this is my sister’s first time in Europe, I wanted her […]

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Reinvented

Basics will never go out of style, but that doesn’t mean you can’t reinvent them. If you want to spice them up without losing their classic appeal, go for basics in fresh silhouettes and cuts. Take this polo for example. I can see myself wearing it 10, even 20 years from now. It’s definitely for keeps. […]

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X Marks The Spot

To those who miss my darker hair, let’s reminisce through this old outfit post I only got around to uploading now. That hair color did look its best with black and white ensembles. I think that’s why I wore so many of this color combination in the past months. This particular one is another favorite. […]

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And Bingo Was His Name-O

People ask me how I prepare for the fall/winter season fashion-wise. This is how. Since we don’t really have fall/winter here in the Philippines, it would be foolish of me to wear wool and fur coats in a tropical country like ours. The next best thing is just to stock up on fall/winter colors and […]

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