Sunday, January 26, 2014

Last Christmas

It's already a month after Christmas.  
Here's what I wore on Christmas day and what were served on our table for Christmas Media Noche.

The family have agreed to wear GREEN for Christmas Day.  It has been a three-year tradition that our family would wear the same color for Christmas.  2 years ago it was Red, last year Red and White.  Aside from wearing similar color, a family picture should  be taken as remembrance for annual Christmas celebration.  

 Green sheer top with black and embellished sleeves - G. SRP; skinny pants - White Gold, patent leather wedge - MKNY; orange bag - gifted by my cousin from London; polaroid sunnies - G. Country Mall; tiger-eye braid bracelet ; watch - gifted by my sister

Here's me, my sister and cousins, having fun, in preparation for our jump shot.

And for gastronomic needs, here's some of the goodies we shared on our table for Media Noche:

 the green salad
(lettuce, green bell pepper, white onions, cucumber, grapes)

 the salad dressings
(mayonnaise, vinaigrette)

 the canned sodas

 the pastries (all from S&R - sponsored? hehe)

 the Lechon

 the spaghetti

the tasty squids

the garlic and shrimps! cooked by me

and these were the Christmas presents that I received! Thanks to those who gave me gifts!

Hope you all have a great Christmas celebration!

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

It's 2014

Happy New Year!
 Let's all welcome 2014 with a bang!

My 2013 was a year filled with bliss and had also a fair share of fears and tears.
I am truly grateful to God our Almighty Father that I am still alive and and have been given another chance to conquer another new year.

As you can see, I am wearing orange, head to toe.  This is not my favorite color but I'm still giving it a try.
Would you agree that denim in blue do look good with orange? Definitely these two colors mingle well as they are complementary colors in the color wheel.

Try this one out, don't be afraid to experiment.  Fashion is more or less all about experiments.

Happy New Year again!