Uptown Funk

Neutrals have always been a winner with the more mature set, but that doesn’t mean youngsters (*cough* like me *cough*) can’t sport them and still look every bit as funky. I always say, it’s all about the styling. You don’t just look at an item and judge it by its face value by instantly dismissing […]

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Playing Pretend At Palais Royal

Let’s play pretend. Let’s pretend I were Parisian with my little beret and undying love for anything black. I’d probably own a bike–the no-fuss kind that has a simple basket in front for me to store my books and baguette in. Every morning, I’d ride it to the Palais Royal just to enjoy the early […]

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Graphic

Oh, bloggers and our affinity with walls. I actually matched my outfit to this wall. LOL! I was passing through one day and thought it would make such a cool backdrop for one of my OOTDs. So here I am, playing matchy matchy with this beautiful wall art. You see, this is what I mean […]

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Ready For Resorts World, Sentosa!

I seem to be frequenting Singapore more and more nowadays. Mostly for work but I’m not complaining, especially when the invite is coming from Resorts World Sentosa, home to a plethora of fun-filled offerings for all ages (which I’ll talk more about on my next posts). For now, I’m just sharing my first #OOTD for […]

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Travel Diary: Arashiyama

At the western outskirts of Kyoto lies another touristy district called Arashiyama. It takes about 30 minutes to get here by train but it’s totally worth the long transit (when I say long, I mean by Japanese standards) especially during cherry blossom and fall seasons. A short walk to Arashiyama’s central landmark–the Togetsukyo Bridge, will […]

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Travel Diary: Fushimi Inari Taisha

Fushimi Inari Taisha or Shrine is the most important shrine dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Several locals visit Fushimi Inari to pray for prosperity for their businesses. Tourist, however, visit this shrine for its visual appeal. Personally, I think it’s one of Kyoto’s most beautiful sights. It’s hard not to be when […]

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Ishibei Koji Lane

Whenever my sister and I travel together, we already have our designated roles. She prepares our itinerary, complete with photos and descriptions so that I can match my #OOTDs to the sceneries. And I, on the other hand, have to find ways on how to get to these places. This street known as the Ishibei-Koji […]

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Travel Diary: Kasuga Taisha

A short walk around Nara park from Todaiji will lead you to Nara’s most celebrated shrine and another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kasuga Taisha or Kasuga Shrine. It’s the royal shrine of Japan’s most powerful clan, Fujiwara. To reach the shrine, you’ll have to pass through a long pathway lined with stone lanterns. It […]

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Travel Diary: Nara’s Kofukuji and Todaiji

For those traveling around Japan’s Kyoto and Osaka, it’s worthwhile to make a short trip to nearby Nara which is located less than an hour away. It’s Japan’s first permanent capital so consequently, it takes pride in a bunch of historic treasures, including some of Japan’s greatest temples like Kofukuji and Todaiji. Both of which […]

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Transform

Putting the travel diaries from Japan on pause first because as usual, it’s taking me forever to go through the thousands of photos I took on this trip. So in the meantime, let me share with you a recent #OOTD I wore last week. As you can see, I have a nifty backpack with me […]

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