Don’t tuck that shirt- Knot it!

I believe that t-shirt is the most versatile item in your wardrobe. It helps you create no- fuss outfits by easily pairing it with any bottom like skirt, jeans, shorts, etc.; however, did you know that you can turn a shirt into a figure- flattering sleek crop top by means of knotting? Just like what… Continue reading Don’t tuck that shirt- Knot it!


Street Gothic

When I hear the words "Gothic" and "Goth", what immediately comes to my mind are rock bands and vampire movies since they are both related to darkness and color black. Normally, Gothic fashion style includes layering of laces, leather coats and trousers, corsets, black stockings or even fishnets; however, here in the Philippines it's difficult… Continue reading Street Gothic


Benefit X Saladbox Make-up Workshop Series

Last March 25, 2017, I had the chance to attend Saladboxph's Make-up Workshop Series partnered with one of the leading cosmetics brand, Benefit. The workshop took place at Benefit Botique, Alabang Town Center. This one- hour workshop basically focused on tips in transforming eyebrows since nowadays an enormous number of women and females at heart… Continue reading Benefit X Saladbox Make-up Workshop Series


Mumuso Korea: Cosmetics Start at Php 99

Mumuso Korea is a Korean concept store. I already featured their store in my MUMUSO- Korean Store (Price starts at Php 99 / $ 1.90 ) blog. I was amazed with their cosmetics line, so I promised myself that I will go back to grab and try some. Yesterday, I went to SM Megamall and when I'm about to go… Continue reading Mumuso Korea: Cosmetics Start at Php 99

Food Trip

Cafe de ALPS: Bus turned cafe?

I am astonished how restaurants and cafes are wittily designed nowadays, they are not only unique, but also Instagram-worthy. For instance, this bus turned diner, Cafe de Alps situated at a food hub located at Lipa City, Batangas- the Metro Events Zone (MEZ) along Ayala, Highway. Cafe de Alps is known for its bus-inspired approach where you… Continue reading Cafe de ALPS: Bus turned cafe?