Sunday, September 28, 2014


Top - Forever 21, Skirt - What A Girl Wants, Shoes - CMG, Clutch and Earrings - SM Accessories, Watch - Kenneth Cole
I was off to attend a wedding dinner reception at Marco Polo and I honestly had no idea what to expect from the event since the couple already had a lavish beach wedding and reception in Boracay a couple days before. (Check out what I wore to the beach wedding here.) I also had no idea what the dress code was. But since the venue was a prestigious hotel, I figured that I'd maximize with a maxi. (See what I did with the word play there? Harhar.) Like I said in the beach wedding post, I love how maxi skirts can go from casual to formal depending on how you style it.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Boracay 2014

I was in Boracay this month to attend my friend's beach wedding. (See what I wore to the beach wedding here.) The morning before the wedding though, we got to enjoy the beach. I have been to quite a few beaches around Cebu and even around L.A., as well as the also well-loved Malapascua and Bantayan Island, but I swear, nothing compares to Boracay's clear waters and the softest sand. Larger text and bold letters for emphasis. The sand is just that soft.

Monday, September 22, 2014


Black and white will forever be my favorite color (or lack thereof) combination and I'm sure many will share the same sentiment. Pairing black with white is a no brainer that will instantly make you look "classy."

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Ocean Kisses The Shore

On the last minute, my friends and I decided to fly to Boracay to attend our friend's beach wedding and since I neither had the time nor the budget to shop for a beach wedding outfit, I rummaged my closet to put something together.

I wanted the look to be romantic and comfortable - we would be on the beach after all. Wasn't sure how formal the event was so I decided to play it safe by wearing a sheer slitted maxi skirt and a flowy tank top. I love how maxi skirts can pass as casual and formal depending on how you style it.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Cebu: One Claypot House

Top - Oxygen, Skirt - Online buy
One Claypot House has been on our bucketlist of new Cebu restaurants that we wanted to try. They used to be a tiny restaurant near Capitol with no visible parking area but they moved to this place near Holiday Spa, which appeared to have only a couple parking slots in front but on the right, hidden from immediate view, is actually a much bigger than expected parking space.

First off, the interior was fabulous.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Met Ramos, Veinticinco

A few months ago, a friend of ours, Met Ramos, threw a photo exhibition to celebrate 25 years of existence and her talent in photography. The photos, displayed on sintra boards, were not for sale and were for display only. The best thing about the event was that although it was created to celebrate Met Ramos, she made sure that the event pointed to God instead. The program included prayers and special praise song numbers from her friends and church choir. May God bless her even more. <3