I’ve always wanted to have a studio photo shoot and thanks to my dear friend Mariel and the ever talented sir Allen, my dream came true. We wanted to pull off a theme similar to High Cut Korea, simple but classy. Here are some of the photos from the shoot.
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Daily Prompt Challenged: You have to choose one flavor that your sense of taste will no longer be able to distinguish. Sweet, sour, bitter, salty,umami, spicy (not a taste per se, but we’re generous): which one do you choose to lose?
I can’t live without spicy, salty and sour food. So that leaves umami, sweet and bitter flavor. As much as I’d like to say i’d go with losing my sweet tooth, I’d rather go with the bitter taste. I was never a fan of bitter taste, who is anyway?
If I can’t taste it I’d probably be eating healthier foods by now, since I’d be able to tolerate eating vegetables like the bitter gourd.
I like ice cream. No let me correct that, I love ice cream. But I always found it a bit disappointing that none of the ice cream flavors available today could reflect who I really am. The closest thing would be the rocky road—I’m a very complicated person with a lot of layers of moods and personalities, sometimes fun, sometimes eclectic and sometimes tolerable.
So when a certain ice cream parlour asked me to create Flavor #32, an ice cream flavor that should reflect my personality, I immediately knew what it’s going to be, a sushi flavored ice cream.
Sushi comes in different tastes and appearance. It can be sweet, it can be sour and it can be spicy and that’s exactly the kind of person that I am. Besides even though a lot of people are in love with it, there are some people who can’t seem to stand its smell and taste just like the way there are people who love me. people who like me and people who don’t.
Besides, when you think of Asian food, sushi is one of the things that come to mind. And that’s one thing I want people to think when they hear my name, that I’m Asian.
It’s been a while. Well, it’s been four months since my last outfit post. I got so busy that I couldn’t find the time to take pictures of my OOTDs much less blog about it. Thankfully, my cousins and I had some free time last Saturday, so we decided to take these photos before their classes start this week.
I have always wanted to try white on white look. I first saw this trend in Camille Co’s blog and thought that it looked classy and chic. Besides, it’s also good for casual events or dates with your friends. It’s simple and effortless and it’s great when you feel like accessorizing.
A white on white look is like a blank canvass that you can spice up with accessories. However, I decided to keep it simple by pairing it with a black Primadonna glitter heels and silver arrow earrings from Some Kind of Pretty. The black heels doesn’t take too much attention from the clothes and the arrow earrings are perfect for a simple, minimalist look.
How about you? Do you also like the white on white look? If yes, what would you pair it with?
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Love Melrose Cropped Top | Thrifted Circle Skirt | Primadonna Heels | Some Kind of Pretty Arrow Earrings
Photos taken by Dean Respeto and Daniel Adrian Canizo
I have always wanted to travel to Tokyo. But to be honest, my fascination for this bright city had nothing to do with the delicious ramen and sushi I’ve been dying to eat or the mangas I’ve always wanted to read. It has nothing to do with wanting to meet a Totoro mascot or see modern day geisha.
It’s all because of the Sakura blossoms. Sakura petals are like snow in spring. It’s bright colors and soft petals are pleasing and refreshing to the eye. Along with the budding petals is the hope for a new beginning, signaling that winter has come to an end.
Who wouldn’t want to see such a beautiful sight in a crowded city where everyone is hurrying about. I wouldn’t mind stopping on the sidewalks just to glance at the lovely Sakura trees in bloom. *This writing prompt is based on The Daily Post’s City Plannershttp://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/city-planners/
**Photos taken from Tumblr and link back to sources