Fallen Angel

Tagaytay is the only place close enough to Metro Manila that allows me to pretend there’s winter season here in our country. So whenever my family stays there for some r&r, I make sure to pack my cozy knits and sweaters with me. First on the list is this black sweater with embroidered wings from […]

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Travel Diary: Sightseeing Around Guam

Blue skies with perfect white clouds make me weak in the knees. I don’t know when my penchant for them started but I seem to make a mental note to check them out all the time. This is probably why I noticed right away how Guam has the bluest sky and the prettiest clouds ever. Even with […]

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Plaza De España, Guam

Although the main purpose of my visit to Guam was for the Shop Guam Festival, Guam Visitors Bureau made sure our group would still be able to squeeze in a few sights and tourist spots every now and then. This girl has got to take a break from all the shopping after all, lest I […]

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Hafa Adai From Guam

As some of you may know, I flew to Guam for Shop Guam Festival a few months back. Now that it’s 2015, I think it’s high time that I share this trip with you, starting with my first OOTD taken there. Here’s what I wore the day I flew from Manila to Guam. I wanted to be comfortable […]

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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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Electric

I have a new obsession with this electric blue bag that my wardrobe choices have started to revolve around it. I’m sure most of you can relate. You know, when you get a shiny new baby and all you want to do is show it off to the world. It’s as if you want the […]

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A Different Kind Of Glow

Here’s what I wore to Rappler’s round table discussion entitled “Labels As Bullies”. I, along with three other women who are all accomplished in their respective fields, was invited by the reputable social news organization to talk about how bullies use labels to bring us down and how we were able to overcome them. As stated on […]

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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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IWC At Watches And Wonders

I finally attended my first ever watch fair. I was invited by IWC to attend the exclusive Watches And Wonders event at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where thirteen Maisons (including IWC) were exhibiting their latest collections. Here, watch enthusiasts from all over the world are able to discover the latest trends with close […]

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Travel Diary: Tegalalang Rice Terraces

After an eventful morning at Ubud’s monkey forest, we headed to the Tegalalang Rice Terraces located north of Ubud. It was a welcome change of scenery–definitely less stressful and whole lot more peaceful. (Well, at this point, any place without monkeys seemed zen to us.) I understand why so many people were just sitting in the restaurants […]

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