Summer Breeze

I’ve been dying to shoot at Balesin’s Mykonos Village since the first time I visited it a few years back. At that time, certain areas of the village were still under construction so I’m glad I got to visit it again with Nivea. As you can see from this and my previous Balesin post, red, white and […]

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Pattern Play

In life, you need a little spontaneity. Without it, you just might be missing out on the best memories you’ll ever make. My recent trip to Hong Kong is a testament to this. My friends and I were just hanging out one night during the holidays when we suddenly thought of booking this trip. Boy […]

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Autumn Bloom

As much as I love living in a tropical country like the Philippines, I still sometimes wish we can also experience how it is to have four seasons. Granted, there are plenty of ups and downs that come with a four-season year. I’m fully aware it’s not always like the movies where the sky is the right […]

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Travel Diary: White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), Chiang Rai

Our second day in Thailand started early. We were scheduled to go out of the city and head to Chiang Rai to visit its White Temple or Wat Rong Khun. The famous Buddhist temple was designed by Thai national artist Chalermchai Kositpipat in 1997 when the old structure’s restoration works had to be halted due […]

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Travel Diary: Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai

After a series of delayed flights, we finally arrived at the city of Chiang Mai. Since I was traveling with my sister and she’s always ever so efficient, she made sure we wasted no time touring around the city. From the moment we landed, we already had a private tour guide waiting to take us to one […]

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Masskara 2014

So the verdict on my first ever Masskara festival experience? 10 out of 10 points! I must admit, I wasn’t expecting much. Not that I didn’t think Bacolod was awesome (I’ve heard plenty of great things about it actually), but I was a bit exhausted from all the work and traveling prior to this trip that my mind […]

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Grayscale

Monochromatic dressing is always more interesting when textures and prints are involved, especially when it’s a neutral color you’re sporting. It’s easier to get away with so many things at play because they all just magically jive. Having said this, don’t be afraid to break the monotony even further by adding a few accent colors […]

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Marshmallow

I thought I’d wear a cheerful outfit for a day of fun and shopping around Hong Kong. I don’t know why but it somehow reminds me of marshmallows. I can’t quite pinpoint if it’s because of the white polka dots, or the overall cuteness of this outfit. It’s even fluffy and soft like a pillow! (See, I sound […]

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My Rewards Outfit + Blog Giveaway (CLOSED)

Before I started working, I used to spend so much on shopping. I didn’t understand the value of money so I just kept buying clothes, shoes, bags and basically everything else I wanted. I’d shop like there’s no tomorrow, and spend as if money just grew on trees. Thankfully, my sister never got tired of […]

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Flowers For Kuala Lumpur

The looser, the better. That seems to be my style mantra for pants nowadays. Double points if they’re in pretty prints like this. I’ve actually had these floral culottes for quite some time now but I just kept saving them for the perfect occasion. You know how when you love a certain piece of clothing […]

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