This is the second and last instalment of my Ilocos photo diary. It was again a looong tiring day and a lot of places to see, but it’s all worth it. After we spent hours on the beach (see previous post) we headed out to the iconic Bangui Wind Farm. I didn’t expect to see that many windmills at one place and it’s very huge too! It is very relaxing to watch it go and it provides not only a tourist spot but also a huge contribution in producing natural energy for the northern region of the Philippines.
Finally my Ilocos photo diary (Part 1) is up. My apologies again for the late upload because I’ve been busy lately that’s why I am not that actively blogging, but I will try my best to post consistently. I will split this post into two parts because there are a lot of photos and I want to share all of it to you guys. Though you’re not with me I want you to experience all of it through my photos.
Color can sometimes be an indicator of your emotions and your feelings towards the day. It can easily change the mood you are going for. Color can inspire people and brighten up their day. Color can make or break your outfit it can be your shoes, bags, or accessories. In short color can possibly have an impact to your everyday living. I personally use color in my outfits to express my feelings and mood towards the day, but not all the time.
Finally the final instalment for my Trip in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is now up. It took a while for me to post this final instalment because I was busy for the past few weeks. I’ve been brewing something exciting that I will share with you in my future post.
My second instalment of our trip in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last month March 2016. It was a full and looong day ahead of us. We planned all the must see places and I am proud to say that we’ve accomplished it. It was tiring, yes, and was hot but very much fulfilling, because all was worth it. So enjoy my 2nd photo diary in Malaysia.
It’s been a while since I last posted an outfit of the day. I promise that I will try my best to post weekly outfit inspiration. Today I went for street style, because it is causal effortless. I decided to pair up this high waist cut-off jeans with a crop top to create balance. I Wrapped around a plaid shirt to define my waist and to add a pop of color to the look.
My long overdue blog post/photo/travel diary or whatever you want to call it. Last March 16 – 20, 2016 I travelled to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I want to share my experience through photos I took using my Iphone 6 and Canon G7X. I will divide this into 3 different posts because I feel that it will be too much to compress all of it in one post and besides it’s a photo diary after all. Feel free to ask if you have any question.
Last weekend I was part of the team who glam-up the surgeons in their fun raising fashion show. The designer was Mama Renee Salud he is a well know filipino designer and has contributed big in the filipino fashion industry. The photo above was taken after the make-up session with my co-makeup artist. Unfortunately others were watching the show and a few went home already.
There are days that you feel you want to wear a t-shirt and a pair of jeans only. This is my interpretation on that look. I want the look to be effortlessly stylish because I don’t want to look plain and under dressed. I added accessories to give the look a twist rather than wearing a plain simple tee and jeans. I like mixing casual wear with dressy accessories to find the balance between dressy and causal.
Being minimal is one of my goal this 2016, not only in style but also with other things because I am going to de-clutter and sell a few of my things but I will discuss it in a different post. To start things off I kept this look minimal with only a few accessories and letting the color of the top give the statement. This was my outfit for BDJ: Woman with Vision Event (see my previous post). The event is inside the mall and it would take a few hours, that’s why I opt to wear something that would give me warmth in case I’m cold.