Going to Boracay for Labor Day weekend? Here’s an outfit suggestion–sort of. I’ve been following the #LaBoracay2014 hashtag on Twitter and Instagram and it seems like everyone’s working really hard for their “Bora bodies.” The pressure is on! LOL. For sure everyone will be flaunting their hard-earned bodies come labor day weekend. You have to give it to these people because getting fit ain’t an easy road to take! I’ve been trying to exercise at least thrice a week but there’s just too much good food (a.k.a. unhealthy food) everywhere! Ang lakas pa ng loob ko mag topless dito! Haha! Anyway I’ll be doing series of LaBoracay outfits this week so watch out for that!
For our last day in Kuala Lumpur, we spent the whole day in I-City in Shah Alam. One of the many attractions in the park is the Trick Art Museum (it deserves its own blog post lol). You know me, I love 3D Art Galleries. In case you missed my post about my first 3D Art Gallery experience, you can check it out here. Although it t wasn’t the same without my friends (ang drama haha), I still managed to have a good time! Tabitha, our photographer representative from The Philippines, was nice enough to join me in some of the photos. She must’ve felt sorry for me seeing me do all those crazy poses alone, haha! Thanks to our tour guide Ashraf for taking these photos!
I know every blogger or photographer will agree with me when I say we always chase the sun, literally. I rely heavily on sunlight for my outfit photos. The most immaculate time of the day for us–the golden hour or the magic hour! It’s the time of the day after sunrise or before sunset where daylight is redder and softer compared to when the sun is higher in the sky. It’s the most perfect time to do photography or for us bloggers, outfit shots! However, I wasn’t able to catch the golden hour today because of my meetings but I was able to shoot earlier when the sun was up, harsh and scorching hot! But I’m still happy with how the photos turned out!
Wrangler invites you to embark on a journey- from the highest peaks to the freshest waters – it doesn’t really matter where you go, as long as you answer the call of the open road and live life under the sun. Each week, Wrangler will launch a new challenge where they’ll urge you to go out, conquer new ground and chase the sun!
So why am I wearing a sweater when it’s like 105 degrees outside? I can explain! Haha! We actually shot these last December when the weather was still a bit breezy. Haha! How embarrassing is it that this post is 4 months late? I totally forgot to publish this (someone’s getting old), so here it is! My family and I had a nice little staycation at a hotel in Alabang. I wore something simple but comfy enough to keep me warm in the hotel.
Anyway, I’ll be having a bazaar on May 3-4 at Centris for the 6th installment of Bazaar For All Season! Woop! It’ll be my third time to participate and I’m already preparing the stuff I’ll be selling as early as now! I’ll be selling a lot of button downs, shirts, tank tops, pants, accessories and shoes! Price ranges from php50 (accessories) to php2,000 (shoes). I promise that they’re all in good condition! I only got to wear them once or twice for the blog. I’m actually wearing these boat shoes and shorts (sadly they don’t fit me anymore lol) for the last time before I say goodbye to them. Care to adopt them?
A wide-eyed wanderer is someone who travels aimlessly having one’s eyes opened with amazement and astonishment. It’s not just for kids who are curious about everything but also for grown ups who continue to journey in life.
The Philippines’ first world-class science museum celebrates its second anniversary with mind-blowing excitement for wanderers of all ages. Over half a million people have come away inspired after visiting The Mind Museum since it’s launch in 2012. I remember being so excited when I found out about it. I even posted about it on my blog. The inner geek in me couldn’t help it! The Mind Museum, a non-profit organisation of Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc., takes pride in being a museum designed by Filipinos, for Filipinos, as it makes science come alive!
Believe it or not, I’m the most impatient person when it comes to shopping. I usually browse the first few items displayed on the rack or what the mannequins are wearing and decide from there if I will buy or not. LOL. That’s probably why I’m drawn to online shopping now because one, it’s so convenient. I love the fact that I can do it at the comfort of my home (in my pambahay to be specific). I can simply scan stores and products with a click of a button rather than traveling from one store to another. Two, there’s a wider selection. Sure, it would mean that your decision-making process may be more difficult (what a very nice problem haha), but for sure you’ll be able to find something you fancy! I shop at online brands we don’t have in Manila so chances are you won’t find anyone wearing the same outfit! Three, the stuff are cheaper online that it is in stores. However, shipping fees can be such a pain. More often than not, the fees you pay are even higher than the value of your orders! Don’t fret, I discovered a new way to shop at my favorite online stores without getting taxed a crazy amount. In fact, everything I’m wearing below came from my favorite online shipping shop! Thanks to USA2Everywhere!