Pink Blazer - courtesy of Little Nook
Pink chiffon top - courtesy of Paradise Treats
Crochet bow bracelet - courtesy of Love Nikita
Printed shorts, bow belt - Divisoria
Pink strappy heels - courtesy of ENZO Shoppe
I’ve always had trouble working with the color pink. It’s one of those few colors (peach and tan included) that I find really hard to wear. But of course, one simply cannot avoid these colors forever, so I resort to what I do whenever a client gives a color palette I don’t really like. I take various shades of one color, add some accent colors and build up a monochromatic outfit. I’m lucky to have enough pink pieces to be able to complete this ensemble, but if ever you don’t, you can always substitute some articles with the basics. If you don’t have a pink shirt, you can always use a plain white one. Or if you don’t have pink shoes, you can never fail with nude heels. Working with color takes a little practice and a whole lot of creativity, but it will all get easier once you get the hang of it. :)
How about you? Are there any colors you find hard to wear? :)
Photos by: Chelsea Ajose
Black beaded halter gown - courtesy of DressEStylist
Admit it. In one time or another, we all imagined ourselves as princesses, living in far away kingdoms, inside castles with thick, tall walls surrounded by deep moats. That we’d wake up each morning with the sun shining down our faces, the bath already running, and a flock of chamber maids ready to carry out our every whim. But like most girls, the thing I like the best whenever I imagine that I’m a princess are the clothes that come with being one - the lush fabrics, the poofy skirts, the tight corsets and the glimmering shoes. That dream grew more distant as I grew older and became more oriented with reality, but I still think of it from time to time. And to say that I’ve been blessed by my imaginary fairy godmothers is an understatement the moment I received a message from DressEStylist asking me to choose anything from their wide array of gowns and dresses. This would be my second dress from them (back when they were still Ms. Dressy) but this would be the first time that I got a gown! What I love about DressEStylist is that they offer customizations for all of their products, be it a simple day dress or the wedding gown, ensuring a perfect fit everytime. I got the dress two days after it has been shipped (this does not include production time of the item itself, of course) I’m a very fickle minded person and I easily get overwhelmed whenever I’m faced with tons of items to choose from, so with a help from a friend, I finally settled for this gown. I think it’s pretty safe to say that it looks a hundred times better in person than in the photo. The workmanship is impecabble, the fabric of great quality and of course, the fit, well, I’ll leave that for you to judge.
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Photos by: JR Jabla
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