A picture is worth a thousands words. Beautiful people in Cambodia.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Thursday, December 29, 2011
So I guess most of you are wondering about my shopping experience in Vietnam. Well let me tell you one thing, shopping Vietnam is FREAKING AMAZING. You really have to experience it. Though, I didn't spend much on material things for this trip since I spent most of my money on food. Which was okay, I thought :)
I also got a pair of bohemian trousers from Cambodia and some of their native bracelets as well. Very happy with my purchases because those are what i actually need. & oh my God, I am in love with the 1st dress! It's just the perfect fit and it is as if it was made for me! So happy that I spotted that! And also my new beige trousers - I've been looking for those! You know, the ones people wear when they ride horses? The really fit ones that makes you look long.
I just had the best sleep of my life. I'm so tired!
Jumper - H&M, Pants - Jag, Flats - Zara, Accesories - Bazaar, Le Bronx, Bag - Forever 21
Bui Vien St., District 1
A man selling a nice bunch of lighters
Vietnamese Spring Rolls
Alex eating her first authentic Pho
Taho version 1 = ice + beans + some kind of milk
Alex and her nameless driver (HAHA) around Bến Thành market
Hom and I
Friday, December 23, 2011
There. Posted two camwhoring pictures before I leave for Vietnam tonight with Alex just in case you dolls forget my face for a week. I won't be able to update my blog since I am not going to bring my laptop cos' we be going as backpackers! We're also going to Cambodia.
I've been to Vietnam around March 2009 and ugh I don't dare to post photos cause I looked so bad in them. Hahahaha!!!! Anyway, have a good Christmas everyone!
Love you dolls forever and always,
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Oh my God. Have you seen Rachel Zoe's Pre-Fall 2012 collection?? Wow, it blew my mind. You may not be informed about this but next year's trend will be most likely the 60's era. If you check out the boutique, Promod, their collection is inspired from the 60's. Heck, even their muse looks like Twiggy!
From trim ankle pants, peacoats and minidresses to lean-flared trousers, maxi dresses and slim-line blazers (which are by the way R. Zoe's classic pieces) showing a dash of glam and sophistication.
Here are my favorite looks (actually I like them all but I left out 2-3 looks)
Love them all! They're so faboosh!