Oh frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!

Oh frabjus day! Calloo callayGraphic t-shirt, unbranded jeans and moon guitar necklace, all from Circle C. Boots from ukay sa Crossing. Beatles bag from Thailand.

My outfit for the Alice in Wonderland premier. Of course I was going to wear my little moon guitar necklace. It’s Alice size! Haha!

Title from “The Jabberwocky”, Lewis Carroll.

Shot taken by Sara in SM Megamall, right before closing time.

wait till I come back to your side

wait till I come back to your sideDinosaur Shirt from Robinson’s Galleria Department Store. Unbranded jeans from Circle C. Chucks. 10-year-old Uruk-hai bag from Daki.

This is how I dressed during college. Except for the skinnies. I always wore flares then. Oh, and I wore running shoes instead of Chucks then. And— Wait. So this isn’t how I dressed in college. Huh. LOL.

But aaaaaaaaanyway. When I was preparing to go watch the From Paris with Love premier, one of my roommates said that I looked like a college student. Har~

About the photo
Hehe. The advantages of staying in the mall until closing time include finding awesome places to shoot. Like this one. Yey for this flatish escalator/conveyer-belt-looking thingy!

So I realize that you can’t really see the details of what I’m wearing here. But I loooooove how the shot turned out! You can click on the photo to see the larger version on Flickr. Thanks for helping me, Jori!

Title from “Wait”, The Beatles

And I do my little turn on the catwalk

And I do my little turn on the catwalkPurple dress, SM Department Store. Sequined shoes, Manels. Silver earrings. White gold and mother of pearl necklace. Mother of pearl bracelet. Black sequined bag.

This is what I wore to a friend’s fashion show-themed debut. I’ve worn it only once before, so I’m SO glad to be able to wear it again. It seems such a waste to buy formal clothes to wear only once.

This is what I had in my bag in this photo. Same make-up, same accesories, same shoes. Different dress, different bag. Obviously.

My hair in this photo is a mess. Boo.

Title from “I’m Too Sexy”, Right Said Fred.

You could be anywhere

You could be anywhere“If we could sit together a moment
And talk forever just to pass the time . . .”
– “I’ll Meet You There”, Owl City

Gray boatneck top, Baguio ukay, P80. Unbranded jeans from Circle C. Mother of pearl bracelet. DKNY bag from my mom. G-clef necklace from Cebu (which you probably can’t see). Nokia cellphone lol.

Lori took this shot of me at Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf after we watched Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.

So this blouse. It’s my one and only loot from Baguio. It’s expensive for Baguio ukay, I know, but it’s niiiiiiice~

And, yes, I’m loving boat necks. (And stripes, too, but there aren’t any stripes on my clothes today. Haha.)

with fists as fast as lightning

with fists as fast as lightning

“Man who Catch Fly With Chopstick Accomplish Anything”

Another WIN from Circle C, bought for P75. I originally got it to give it as a gift, but ended up keeping it and buying another one to give as a gift.

Jag jeans. Hand me down bag from my mom. Wooden brown and black bracelet. Nokia cellphone LOL.

About the Photo
To compensate for the poor lightning, Photoshop to the rescue. Taken when I got home from Feb’s mini-FFC. Had a major migraine pounding my head. Took a couple of dark shots, then went to bed. Nyurrrrrr.

Title from “Kung Fu Fighting”, Carl Douglas.

and it can work for you

and it can work for you“Let’s make this happen, girl
you gonna show the world that something good can work
and it can work for you~
And you know that it will.”
– Something Good Can Work, Two Door Cinema Club

Green cocktail dress, Occasions, Trinoma, P1900. Pearl and diamond earrings from a friend. Pearl and hematite bracelet, Fashion Market, Trinoma, P100. Grey sequined strappy sandals, Trinoma. Green shawl, black hand bag and pearl necklace from my mom’s closet.

There will be rare times when you will see me in a dress. This is one of those rare times.

Let it be known that I don’t hate dresses. Hate is a strong word. I just don’t prefer them. I wear them when they’re needed, like in formal occasions. And when I need to wear them, I actually like wearing dresses. But only when I absolutely need to.

(The same rule applies to skirts, if anybody’s wondering.)

Shot at Armand and Crisa’s wedding. My legs are at a weird angle because my heels kept digging into the ground. Photo by Art Torres

You get to where you get

You get to where you get“…on the backs of those you trust”
Marching Orders, Andrea Wittgen

Blue shirt, Teens Extreme, Circle C (from my mom). Jeans, JackSon, Circle C (bought by me). Clogs, InStyle, Circle C (bought by me). Silver sand dollar necklace, inherited from my mom (who got it from a friend in Canada). Silver cuff bracelet, inherited from my mom (from the 80s!). Denim bag, Heartstrings (given to me by…someone in the 90s).

BLUE!!!! Looking at this photo now, I realize that if I added just one more blue thing to my outfit, I’d probably explode. Haha!

I love how this outfit is part given to me by my mom, part given to us by somebody else, and part  bought by me. And put together by yours truly. Yey! Will you agree with me that I’m sortakinda developing my style? Not quite yet? Okay. Fair enough. Haha!

About the photo
Taken at the Wack-wack Country Club right after the Century lunch for the bloggers. I honestly didn’t know that Century was repackaging their gourmet line…in BLUE. So I was pretty much (unintentionally) going with the color theme for the day.

Today’s song gets geek props for mentioning Mordor. Yeah~