This is one of my favorite dress that goes with every casual occasion without having the need for extra paraphernalia. The floral print reminds me of those illustrated in storybooks worn by a heroine, who is kind and thoughful and who everybody loves. The way a character is portrayed in his/her clothes has a say to the personality a story wants to portray; hence it goes well with little to no makeup because of how simple and innocent it looks.
My gray hair color faded for just a couple of weeks, the Wella toner I used for toning my blonde hair didn’t last long. I was expecting it too last for at least a month considering I availed a purple conditioner to maintain my gray hair. I’ll be posting a gray hair tutorial sometime soon as I have found the perfect hair color (not toner) to do the job.
I’m loving this A-line dress because it looks like a dress worn by a kid. It makes the wearer look 5 years younger (LOL), but kidding aside, It’s from Balabala — the leading Chinese brand for children’s clothing so I’m not surprised this dress is very cute. I would love to purchase other variety of cute dresses like this. Unfortunately, it’s not available here in the Philippines.
My mom gave me doll shoes by Jimmy Choo. Even me, who isn’t a fan of shoes, knows the name! I can’t believe there will be a day I’ll be wearing this gorgeous pair of doll shoes. The stones embedded on the outer part of the shoe shines and it is not a joke. They’re like a pair of small diamonds clump together, mind you, it looks beautiful.
I wouldn’t mind wearing this on a casual Thursday, on a lunch date, or a friendly hangout.