June 28, 2012


I just saw the latest runway from Marchesa. It's so freaking jaw-dropping beautiful.

Isn't it just so dreamy? Ahh... Marchesa! Love it.

To see more of what Marchesa has to offer, visit vogue.com

until then,

{images via vogue.com}

June 25, 2012


My hair. I'm embracing my waves/curls probably because I finally met a stylist that gave me tips on how to define the curls instead of just straightening it. I think my hair has reached the perfect length... where my curls can run wild and free. It seems like people seem to take notice when I was in France. Odd. But after I came back... everyone kept commenting on how long it's gotten and asked me what I did to it. Nothing. Nada. I just let it grow... it maybe the French connection. So what do I do to get this look? I usually air dry most of the time... but it seems like if I want to get the nice waves (see photo) I should really hair dry it but the only time I do that is when I'm about to go out and my hair is still wet.

I've used 2 products so far to enhanced my curls... currently I'm using this one from Kevin Murphy. It's doing it's job. So, I'm happy with it. It's much lighter than the one I used before. So, that's a plus. But both work the same way... I usually put a quarter-size on my palm of my hand and then just put it the wet hair and play around with it. Comb it. Then either I air dry it or just blow dry it. And then... I let nature takes it course. Then I straighten my bangs because my bangs is so out of control... and I also will look like a teenager if I don't. 

until then,

June 19, 2012


I am in love with the A.L.C Resort 2013.

Hello! In love with the playfulness of the floral print and coloured leather pants. This is why fashion is just so much fun. Black and white will never been the same.

until then...

Images via style.com

June 4, 2012


Not even a full 3 days in Toronto and it's been overcast and cloudy since my arrival. Why does it look so meek and sad all of a sudden?

Anyways, I'm back from France. And I completely fell in love. I did mostly sight-seeing and eating pastries, so there aren't many stories of any midnight rendez-vous with Frenchmen. France was spectacular. Paris was a dream. I never had much expectations for this city with all of the mixed reviews but this time around I had a blast. Seeing all of the architectures and eating the heaven-like pastries were the best part of my trip. I didn't really drown myself into the culture... but it felt like I was living in Paris for a short moment since I opted to rent a flat instead of staying at a hotel.

The location was superb. And I only paid a fraction of the price if I stayed at a hotel in the same arrondisement. Oh arrondisement. You are guessing what that means? So, Paris is divided into I believe 20 arrondisements. I stayed in the 1er arrondisement which was the most central area, just minutes away from Paris' shopping district and 10mins walk from the Louvre. It was the most ideal place for me since I was traveling alone. Just a couple of blocks from the closest metro and I was surrounded by pastry and chocolate shops. It was simply divine.

Anyways, I'm still uploading my photos to my computer. I'll have them up shortly.

Until then...