Shake up the happiness, it's Christmas time everyone! Can you already feel the Christmas breeze? This is when living in a province feels so goooood because here you wouldn't (or should I say just mild) see those black smoke happening in the highways and roads in the big cities of metro. In spite of that, two weeks from now and I'll be fighting against it this time! Affirmatively, vast opportunities are there and so....
If only I'm good at illustrating then I think I'll choose to design wedding dresses. Meanwhile, again I've found an online shop that sells ready-to-wear wedding dresses from UK but you can also absolutely have it altered for a better fit. Millybridal has a wide range of collection, most of the designs are the stunning laces women love, dazzling embellishments, elegant ribbons, and splendid satin. For this post, I chose the strap laces (you know I always love laces) collection. My favorite is the first photo, so beautiful. In church weddings specifically, I love to see conservative wedding gowns more than those too much revealing ones (you know what I'm saying) that are just seem so inappropriate. As for me, being conservative doesn't always mean that you need to be covered overall especially in this modern times where people most often want to see stylish things and brides would want to be in their most gorgeous self on their most unforgettable event in their lives. With that said, you can always consider styling the back part of the dress instead if you can't resist revealing some of your flawless skin.
Currently staring infront of the monitor and kept thinking of thoughts I'd share but (oh no!)... my head is just too blank todaaay. Anyway, I'll just post this simple beach getup shot in Laiya Batangas. What do you think of this (thrifted I think 'cause I just stole this from my mom's closet haha) dress used as a cover up?
Be it simple or elegant, every girls dream of having a dreamy moment while walking in the aisle. Who doesn't? Oh dear future... That dream starts with a sophisticated princess-like wedding gown and a theme of your choice. For this post, I've thought of four wedding gown themes and featuring vintage wedding dresses from Aisle Style. They have numerous kinds of wedding gowns from silk to laces and these four are my favorite ones. They're simple and because of their flowy bottoms, they really look so dreamy. My chosen themes are modern, fairytale, boho, and royal. For me the gown that gives the most romantic feels is the fairytale. By the way, click directly on the images for full details of the gowns.
Bloggys is a nationwide blog awarding event in the Philippines and their first launch will be this 2015 and happening on 21st of November. Everyone can join the event just have your tickets reserve here. It's so exciting to network and meet new people especially if you're in the same niche and love the same stuff. Still thinking of going or not? Here, you can browse the list of bloggers who are attending and you might find your favorite blogs. See you there!
If mixing and matching clothes is your hobby, two thumbs up for you 'cause we all know that it takes effoooort to come up with totally sophisticated ensemble. But sometimes, there are those lazy days (admit it okay everyone has 'em haha!) we just end up going out with that classic shirt and jeans combo. Why go out with that if you can opt to wear effortlessly stylish dresses like these ones from CocoMelody. Right? Right! There are many choices from their collection but these three pieces are my most favorite ones. What are yours? You can click on the photos below to see more of the details.