I was lucky to snatch this Moschino Cheap & Chic skirt with cute stitching. The stitching reminded me of the many cross-stitch pieces I made when I was younger. I thought it would be the best skirt to wear to a children’s party. The skirt though was too tight I can barely breath in it anymore. That skirt will have to go to someone with smaller hips soon. I paired it with a vintage neon top, gifted handbag and Juan by Janilyn l0w-heeled pumps. Continue reading “Thrifted Moschino “Garden” Skirt”
I love cute and girly dresses, but on the other side, I also love, love men’s wear. I find them comfortable, and sometimes sexy. I also really love this pair of shoes I bought from Janilyn (okay, I’ll say it here: I love Janilyn, it’s my favorite shoe store). My mother laughed at me when I wore this because she said it reminded her of her grandfather. Continue reading “OUTFIT | Men’s Wear”
I found this dress from a thrift shop months ago, and thought this would be the dress I’d wear to watch Skyfall because it reminded me of someone who can’t make up her mind. When I reviewed these pictures though, I thought the dress made me look like “M” for “matronly.” Continue reading “Bipolarism & Skyfall”
Yes, pink is my favorite color. And I love it in all possible ranges of hue. But I don’t like it in huge quantities. I only love it in small dosage. But last night, fighting another bout of insomnia, I thought maybe I should wear an all-pink outfit. Why not, coconut? I don’t know if the outfit is cheesy or what. Maybe it is, but I think I will wear all-pink again.
I’m also wearing these pair of Juan shoes my sister and I got on sale some years ago. I think I’ve only worn these shoes thrice. I don’t know why, but I can’t seem to find an outfit that matches these shoes. I’m also wearing a necklace by Chastity Manuel from their pop-up shop last Saturday.
I’m wearing vintage top borrowed from the Shop, thrifted pink skirt, Juan shoes, and Chastity Manuel necklace.
This is what I wore to Maui and Chastity’s mini-fashion show. I planned to wear something sexy (naks!) and has reworked a thrifted dress for that. But last Saturday was cold and I was anticipating it would be colder at night, so I wore something comfortable and warm. The cover-up is actually a large top.
Maui and Chastity’s mini-fashion was very intimate and fun, and they are now preparing for another show (to be held sometime during the holidays this year). I hope they hold another pop-up store. What I loved most about that show, on top of the delicious clothes and accessories, were (i) the band Who’s Next who played ska, (ii) the ice cold Coke, (iii) the legs.
I also loved Maui’s tattoos, and the models’ glittery skin! They looked very fresh.