When we visited Hanoi for Christmas, we realized when we wandered around that we’ve found some interesting fashion trend in Hanoi that might be a good idea to collect and for Apple to be inspired: The iSHOE and the iBAG! 🙂 Continue reading Latest trend in Hanoi?!
Since I grew up in a country that is so exposed to American culture, seeing Cambodian men walking and biking around in a very hot noon wearing collared polo instead of T-shirt is an interesting sight to me. I realized, this is a casual outfit for men of Siem Reap, Cambodia. I think I’ve seen more girls wearing what I’m used to as “casual clothes”- … Continue reading Wrap Around Cambodia
I love being Asian. I love being Southeast Asian more because there’s something unique in ASEAN’s traditional clothes that I find so elegant and full of characters and stories of the past. Fortunately, I met some interesting beautiful ladies that continuously sharing and wearing their love for their Southeast Asian culture. CAMBODIAN SILK. Please don’t sue me for taking Jessica’s photo from her blog. Please. … Continue reading Fashionably Asian
Look what I found! I like how Filipino artists show some patriotism these days. I found this very affordable yet stylishly useful bag in Kultura Filipino (as usual) in SM Makati. I like the brown handle that gives a little sophistication that make it appropriate for me to carry around in some semi-formal events. They have several designs depending on your need and your style … Continue reading I love Manila!
I had an amazing time last Saturday in the Philippine Fashion Week. Though alone, I got to appreciate more the Filipino craftsmanship that made me want for more. There were 17 designers who showcased their collections of Burdang Taal, a very detailed hand-embroidery technique that originated in Taal, Batangas, in formal, casual, classic, relax, dreamy, easy, cocktail styles. I like the top of this JC Buendia design. I … Continue reading Burdang Taal, Habing Pilipino
Improvised Statement Necklaces. This is a headband that I bought in Baclaran (in Manila) years ago. It actually has a gold chain which I inserted the white ribbon from National Bookstore (sold per yard). My first intention was to change the ribbon in the headband depending on the outfit but since I feel that it’s quite tedious and white looks sophisticated, I decided to wear it in … Continue reading
Philippines is one of the best places for women in the world according to World Economic Forum (WEF) because of being a gender-friendly nation. Basing on this fact, I’m seeing more and more Filipinas wearing “boyfriend’s polo” or polo that belongs to a man (father, brother, friends). Here’s my version of Boyfriend’s Polo. I’m wearing cousin’s polo, black leggings and boots from SM Parisian. I … Continue reading
Since we dress according to the mood and occasion, I decided to wear a very colorful tube dress today. Why? Because the weather is so gloomy and I’m hoping to have some cheerful little things to see and for others to see to regain the fun. The catch with this dress is I bought it for 500Php in Landmark and surprisingly, I didn’t know that … Continue reading Some colors won’t harm you
I think this is one of my favorites among the unlimited interesting things I’ve done with Taku. For the month of October, aside from the Surprise Party, this is the biggest activity that we have –to host a wedding of good friends (who are Japanese & Iranian/Filipina) so we needed to translate the script in English & Japanese for everybody’s convenience. Above photo was taken … Continue reading Hosting + The Look
Sibika at Kultura is the subject in elementary where young Filipinos learn history and enhance awareness of their cultural and social ability and distinction among other nationalities. In my case, that’s when I first fell in love with batik. According to researches, Batik is a cloth that is traditionally made using a manual wax-resist dyeing technique which is an ancient art form that has said to have … Continue reading Hari Batik Selalu