DSC_0162

Don’t be deceived by the title, I don’t have an hourglass figure as you can see, but I did try if bodycon would look good on me. Well, it doesn’t look bad and it doesn’t look that good either. On my previous posts, I always avoid bodycon dresses due to body issues. I don’t like exercising, I don’t go to gym and it is the least that I would really want to do, thus, the reason why I don’t have the Solenn Heussaff body. Right now, I am already back to being super skinny. I was a bit bulkier when I was in Philippines because I have a very sedentary lifestyle there, while here, everyday even if I don’t go to gym is like a work out.

 

Skimpy little black bodycon is a bit too revealing for me so I try to hide a bit of skin by wearing a stockings. Girls who are a bit conservative when it comes to dressing like me (cough**cough**) should try wearing stocking to shake off uneasy feelings. Flats and high heels would look good with this outfit, so choose whatever is comfortable for you and you are good to go.

DSC_0142 DSC_0160 DSC_0157 DSC_0169 DSC_0134-001

Outfit Details:
Dress: H&M
Bag: Nima
Shoes: So Fab!
Necklace and Ring: Forever 21
Watch: Anne Klein

 

Share on Tumblr
No Comments
DSC_0257-2

Hello! I have been gone for too long. There is never a day that I don’t think about blogging, it’s not that I am going to abandon my first love altogether, but I have been having a tough time adjusting here and squeezing in blogging time is too difficult specially when what I want to blog is the sunny, breezy and bright Philippines and here I am in the other side of the world freezing and wrapped up.

 

Home sickness is sinking in and idea of me not being able to wear my dresses depresses me a lot. I mean, I live and breath fashion right? My life has changed 90 degrees since I arrived. I left my old self in the Philippines and the person living in Canada now is totally a different person. I am still learning the way of life here and I am doing my best to integrate myself. What I am thankful about is that living in Quebec is a really nice way for me to feel belongingness. I’ve talk to a lot of people and 70% of the people I met are not from Canada, so it doesn’t feel like I am an alien at all. The biggest challenge for me is the weather and clothes of course.

 

Okay, I know I talk too much so let me tell you about my last entry in the beautiful island of Boracay. I am a pastel girl, I love everything feminine and cute. I love playful cut outs and unique details and accessories is totally a must. On our last day we went out for a fancy lunch in Cristina’s at Crown Regency. I decided to put on nice summer dress suitable enough for a good lunch by the beach. Hat is a necessity for sun protection and I always go for the cute ones and something that I can use to for my other outfits. Versatile pieces are important so you do not have to have a lot of accessories, you can mix and match to reinvent new style.

DSC_0254-2DSC_0252-2-2 DSC_0256-2 DSC_0308-2 DSC_0291-2-2 DSC_0281-2-2 DSC_0274-001 DSC_0271-001 IMG_20160720_151130_HDR DSC_0279-2-2 DSC_0290-2-003 DSC_0249-2

Outfit Details:
Dress: Belle Jean Clothing
Bag: Sfera
Shoes: Forever 21
Earrings: Forever 21
Bracelet: Nima

 

P.S.
Forgive the different photo images. They were shot in different lighting.

Share on Tumblr
No Comments
DSC_0417 DSC_0382 DSC_0406 DSC_0404 DSC_0393 DSC_0418-002 DSC_0490-001 DSC_0397 DSC_0412-001 DSC_0460

Outfit Details:

Swimsuit: Shirjan Glamshop
Cover up: Choies
Sunnies: Topshop

 

It’s the official start of Fall here in Canada and I am freezing cold already, how much more once winter starts right? This type of weather make me miss Philippines, the tropical weather, the beach and the sun. I love Canada, don’t get me wrong, it is now my new home and so far everything is so good. I think one of the best part of being here in terms of weather is you get to appreciate the season and look forward for it the next year. It also makes you feel excited for the new season to come.

 

I arrived here on summer which is my original plan exactly to allow my body to adjust with the change in temperature. So on my arrival, it was a bit chilly and can be compared to the rainy season in the Philippines. Now, it’s slowly getting colder and I am saying goodbye to my dresses that I bought from the Philippines, because all of it are for summer.

 

Looking at this photos right now makes me nostalgic. Makes me wonder when can I do this again? When can I see beautiful beaches again? It’s the time that I get to appreciate Philippines even more. Though, I know it will not take that long before I see it again but this photos brings so much happy memories of the country where I came from.

 

I am getting emotional, I know, so I need to stop right here. I still have one more blog from Boracay next time so stay tuned!

 

Share on Tumblr
No Comments