Thursday, August 11, 2016

Fine with Fur

Here's a little teaser of what's to come.

Why choose, when you can have both?

Wear Something Precious. 
Wear Jewels.

Stay tuned as my twin and I will be collaborating 
to show you different ways on how to style fur.
Do dropby my blog in a few days.

Because sometimes, 
fashion need not be expensive with Jewels :)


Thursday, August 4, 2016

Weekend Warrior

Last weekend, my friends and I got the chance to visit 
Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo, Rizal. 

Surrounded by different sculptures and art forms, it was a sight to behold.

This spot even reminded me of the movie The Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit.
Me and my imagination!

If you love nature, art and history, call this place a sanctuary.

Just a little piece of advice when you want to visit Pinto Art Museum:

1) wear light clothing. (bring an extra top for maximum comfort) 
2) bring a cap (and why not a pair of shades as well)
3) bring Kleenex (it will come in handy, trust me)

4) Eat a good brunch like so (don't worry about calories, Pinto has got you covered!)

If you're wondering where this is, it's by a homey place
called Eggs for Breakfast Cafe.

5) And lastly, why not make another stopover that is a few minutes drive
 from the museum. Dropby Hinulugang Taktak Waterfalls

Whether you just want to relax and listen to the sound of the falls,
or better yet take a selfie or groufie, just go for it and take the shot.

Cheers to another weekend to remember! 
Thanks Euge for bringing us here. 
We enjoyed the company as well as your singing :)


Monday, August 1, 2016

How I Make Worklife Easier

Sometimes 24 hours in a day ain't enough. Let me share with you a little snippet of my world.

Working in a family business is harder than most people think. Having your dad as your boss is no walk in the park. There's no such thing as special treatment at all. And oh, those things called SL and VL are actually nonexistent in our vocabulary, (that's unless you really are sick, you know what I mean).

Imagine yourself overseeing 4 companies. Crazy right? Welcome to my world.
Energy, telecom, real estate and healthcare. Yes, that's me.

I'm no superwoman but I always try my best to do what I can to help the company grow, 
whether that be in Sales, Finance or any position that is vacant. 
As what Steve Martin would say, "Be so good they can't ignore you."

You may also recognize me as a style blogger, because yes, fashion has always been my first love.

I know, I know, like most people, you may be wondering how I do it?
Here are 3 easy ways on how I personally handle the stress of work deadlines.


Dress according to your mood. Whenever you feel down, 
choose an ensemble that is light and carefree. These type of clothing acts as
confidence booster, giving you enough zest to ace that client meeting and seal the deal. 
If you're on the conservative side, then a blazer will go well with a dress like so.


Treat color as a form of secret antidote. Whenever you see a rainbow, 
the child in you becomes all giddy right? That's because colors act as the 
perfect balance to one's yin and yang. So whenever I need to calm myself down, 
I would go for soft pastel colors to do the trick.

On days that I don't feel like wearing too much color, I make sure I put color
accents and by this I mean , wearing my favorite shade of lipstick.


Every time I'm stressed out, my immunity weakens,
that's why I make sure that I take care of my health by taking FERN-C.

Worklife ay Easy with FERN-C! with just 1-2 capsules of Fern-C daily.
Subok Na!

To know more about FERN-C, 

Always remember that work need not be exhausting nor stressful.
If you follow and live out these 3 tips of mine, then I'm sure you
will continue to amaze and inspire not only yourself, but also the people around you.


Sunday, July 31, 2016

Corporate Chic

If pantsuits aren't your style staple for powerdressing,
then why not try pencil dresses in two-tone colors for a change.

The beauty with color-block dresses like so is its ability to somehow
 contour your body. I'm far from sexy but don't you think that the 
contrasting colors seem to create an illusion of 
a slender yet curvier silhouette?

This scene-stealer dress is from ROMWE , 
one of my favorite online fashion stores.
I paired the dress with some nude heels for a more sophisticated feel.

For this particular photo, I added a matching cap just for fun :)

Stay beautiful and inspired dear readers :)


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Standing Tall

Being petite is not a walk in the park.
It's actually an insecurity that most girls like me have.
So I figured why not share with you some tips 
on how to look tall sans the heels.

First is to observe proper posture
I know, I know, that's a given,
but most of time, we tend to forget. I myself plead guilty.

Second is to Wear Co-Ords.
It gives you a better silhouette by somehow elongating your legs.
To pull-off this look, I went for an ensemble that has an
 interesting print and a side slit top and shorts terno.

Lastly, Shoot from below.
Bend as if you are to tie your shoelaces and see 
how a change in perspective can recreate your look.

I hope these tips are helpful. After all, when you look tall,
you feel more confident about yourself.

Sharing some positivity and good vibes!


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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Nude & Neutral

Having just watched Tarzan a few weeks ago,
I figured why not create a look inspired by the beautiful Jane.

Jane's persona is ravishing so I went for a nude dress that is chic
and paired it with some strappy flats (a gift from my thoughtful sister) 
to give my ensemble some oooomph. 

Flats from Shana

When playing dressup, always remember to be original. 
Don't be a copycat and reproduce a look as if it's your own creation. 
Imagine yourself as a designer or stylist and let your creativity & personality flow.
In that way, people will be amazed and yet recognize the look as you.

Dress by XXI

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Thursday, June 30, 2016

All That Matters

Hello Everyone! 
Last week, I got the chance to reconnect with my Alma Mater;
and the blogger in me couldn't resist but take OOTD shots.

While strolling around the corridors of SOM and SEC-walk, 
I felt every bit nostalgic.

 I've had so many crazy yet beautiful memories here
and it certainly is one of the best 4 years of my life.

You might have probably guessed it by now. 
I was back to my beloved school because it was my brother's graduation.

Because this was my brother's big day, I had to dress the part.
I have to look good, at the same time consider the 'weather'.
All that matters is my Alma Mater.  What a play of words! :)

If you've been following my blog posts regularly, you would have known by now
that Apartment8 Clothing is one of my favorite go-to brands. 
Their dresses are ultra-chic and stylish, not to mention, feminine and sexy.

For starters, I chose to wear a blush/ rose quartz dress to 
give me an ethereal glow without me even trying. 
The color is fresh and very appropriate for celebratory occasions like so.

I expected that the ceremony would be extremely hot and congested.

Thank God! I followed my instincts and went for a backless dress 
that was not too revealing yet enough to let my skin breathe.
Don't you just love the asymmetrical cut? Totally made my ensemble standout!

To cap-off my look, I went for a little drama by wearing falsies.
It certainly made my peepers look awake while every graduate was being called.

As a takeaway to you my dear reader, 
always let your dreams inspire you.

I've always loved dressing-up. Back in college, 
my friends would often compliment me with having such 
good taste in fashion. I even remember them telling me that 
it's only my twin and I who can pull-off those unique outfits.
That was actually the reason why I am so passionate about my blog.

One day, I do hope that I'll get the chance to collaborate in any way with Apartment8.
I'm such a fan of their creations and would even model for them at no cost. 
Their styles are c'est magnifique! :)

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