Hey! Hey! Hey! Yep! I’m back! ( I guess? lol.) It has been months since my last post and I definitely miss blogging and attending events. I quite missed a lot of happenings last year. By the way, I was at the Philippine Fashion Week last October together with my blogger friend, Are. We watched the Freego Fashion Week and David Gandy for SM Mens. Sorry for not keeping you updated! My sched is as crazy as it seems. Bawi ako this year! :p
Anyway, Imma start the blog with an outfit post. This is what I wore on the first day of January. My travel post is up next!
PS. Sorry for the low quality of pictures. They were taken using my brother’s phone.
(C) Ron De Leon
Button down polo - CLCA Shop ( IG: clcashop Twitter: @clcashop)
They sell affordable and fashionable items. Go check it out!
Shoes - Mario D Boro
Bag - Kimbel (SM Department Store)
Fedora Hat - SM Accessories (SM Department Store)
Thanks for supporting guys! I can’t promise but I’ll try my best to catch up this year. Keep on blogging! :)
It was a gloomy Monday afternoon and I’m feeling blue, stuck at home and I got nothing to do. Good thing my friend texted me and asked me out so we can catch up since we haven’t seen each other for months. 30 minutes before our meet up, I’m still undecided what to wear. I wanted my outfit to be something catchy (
something ka-pansin pansin kung baga). So, I choose my fave neon aztec button down and my blue and white stripe leggings ( print on print ang peg. lol). For my shoes, I wanted something in plain para naman hindi overdone ang outfit ko. First to fit is a fave, my SM Parisian Blue Loafers. But, I doubted wearing it not because it doesn’t look good on my outfit but because I had an issue before when I used it. Second to try is my Nude Flats with Neon Tip from Solemate ( which I bought for only 150 pesos, cheap no?haha). It’s actually fine but it looks big on my feet, and for me, too much neon is a big NO-NO. So for my final fitting, I played safe by wearing my Zara/ Mango inspired flats (Black Flats with Gold Tip) from Cinderella. It goes very well in any outfit, promise! And now, I’m good to go!
I arrived in our meeting place a bit early so I was able to roam around the mall for a few minutes. As I entered the department store, I knew some people were looking at me while I’m walking. I’m not quite sure if it’s because of my ombre hair or because of my outfit (
Oh, well. I don’t really care. lol). I went straight to the shoe department to see if there’s still some items on sale or new arrivals that I might like. And then I noticed…. Oh my f****** gosh!!! Nagsasalita ang shoes ko from behind! OHHHH NOOOOO!!!! I need to get a pair!!! Yes, it was a wardrobe disaster!!! It is actually the thing that I wanted to avoid but still happened. My friend called and he said he’ll pick me up in 2 minutes. I was panicking, I don’t want him to wait a little longer. I tried to be really quick but still want to score a good pair that will compliment my outfit. Without a doubt, I grabbed this plain red flats from Solemate (Solemate is one of the most affordable but with quality brand of shoes).
It wasn’t the best pair but it saved my day and my outfit as well. That day turned out to be a memorable one. I had great time with my friend, enjoyed our delish food from Conti’s and I got home worry free. :)
Some say, shoes are the least appreciated things in this world. But for a shoe lover like me, it is the most important as it carries the whole outfit. Never ever sacrifice comfort/ comfortability over style. Always remember, a shoes can either make or break your day like what just happened to mine. :)
Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2013 is over, but showcasing world-class Filipino talents is still ongoing as Capitol Commons, premiere property developer Ortigas and Company presents Festival of World Class Filipinos, as they celebrate their 82nd anniversary and the launch of their most recent masterpiece. It will be a month-long celebration of pure Filipino talents/ acts, back to the local stage every Saturday (until June 15), at 6:00 pm.
Started last May 25, 2013, a film showing was held featuring Philippines’ award-winning movie of all time, Jose Rizal (1998) and a recent film that gained awards from different award-giving bodies around the globe, Babae Sa Septic Tank. Also, a performance by the world-class group of singers, The Company, took the centerstage.
On June 1, an art exhibit will showcase Filipino paintings and sculptures. The artwork will range from traditional subjects and forms to modern, statement pieces.
The home experts will take the stage on June 8, as renowned chefs, Claude Tayag and Vicky Pacheco will reveal what makes them a kitchen superstars with a special demo. In addition, an exhibit of beautifully designed contemporary furniture by Kenneth Cobonpue and Ito Kish will also be on display.
The last but definitely not the least, closing the Festival are the best of the best in fashion industry. Featuring the works of world-renowned fashion designers - Michael Cinco, Amina Aranaz, Herbert Custodio, Roel Rosal and Albert Andrada.
A variety of food and delicacies will also be made available by Mercato Centrale midnight market.
Festival of World Class Filipinos is open to the public and is absolutely free!
Capitol Commons is the newest urban destination in the southern part of Ortigas Center. Located at Meralco Avenue corner Shaw Boulevard, Capitol Commons stands at the former site of the Rizal Provincial Capitol. It can be accessed via Shaw Boulevard, and via Capt. H Javier Street near Ultra and Valle Verde Country Club.
The 10-hectare mixed-used development will feature posh retail establishments, state-of-the-art office spaces, modern living units, and full range of amenities. Fifty percent of the development’s total area will be dedicated to wide, open spaces, making it an ideal destination for relaxation and enjoyment.
Last Wednesday, May 22, 2013, Tomato launched their newest collection, the Tomato Time Swap. It was a fun filled event attended by celebrities, bloggers, socialites and many more. There were also some production numbers and games that made their launch extra fun and special.
Alright, first thing first. Photo booth! This serves as their souvenirs for everybody and t’s free!
Tomato Time stage. Nice set-up!
One of the winners of Tomato Time Swap Design contest.
Look how proud we were! Standing at center stage/ front row! lol.
Tomato Time Swap has different faces depending on your preference. Here are some example of their Graphic Designs:
Mirror and Solid Designs:
And of course, there are a lot of Tomato Time Swap Straps to choose from!
Tomato Time Swap Faces and Straps Combinations
Or you can visualize your combination by visiting Tomato’s website and order it online. Shipping is absolutely free!
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Styled my brother for the second time around for La Salle College- Antipolo E-Fashion Walk Season 2. E stands for Eco, which is the theme of the show. They were given a task to style their own with at least one Eco Accessory. Other than that, they have to incorporate another theme assigned to them according to year level. Since my brother is in his 1st year, the given theme for the freshmen was Rain and Shine. It took me time to think what it would looked like. Glad we were able to pull off an outfit from our last minute shopping. Yey!
Cover up - Oxygen
Customized Tee by yours truly. I was inspired by the movie Pitch Perfect. If you’re familiar with the movie, you’ll know why. :)
Cuff - SM Accessories
Pants - Tomato
Combat Shoes - Rusty Lopez
And for his Eco Accessory, I used an eco take out bag from my previous employer and turned it into a back pack.
I personally love the color combination and I’m pretty sure that this outfit is perfect for Rain and/or Shine. :)
What do you guys think? :)