Again, I apologize for the 2-week blogging break. Thank you to those who dropped by even if I had no updates or whatsoever. Well, my day’s not typically bright and good. To make things peachier, I’m not even sure if I’ll be able to come up with a decent post but I’m doing this so that you’ll be left with something to read (or not). Gosh! Do I, in any way, make sense? O.o
Just pretend you didn’t read the first part, okay?
So yeah, off we go.
As the title implies, this look was primarily inspired by a garden full of blooms. I could only imagine myself soaking up the sunniest sunshine and lying on the greenest lawn until I get intoxicated by the sweet and almost hypnotizing aroma of flowers of every kind. *dreamy me*
So instead of just indulging myself in fanciful daydreaming, might as well wear something that reminds me of it the whole time!
A pot of flowers (thanks to the lovely top)— ✓check!
The blue velvet sky (the skirt clearly screams it out) — ✓check!
A ray of sunshine (as evidenced by the shoes)– ✓✓double check!
And oh, did I ever mention about the interesting peek-a-boo detail at the back?
This photo’s a tad bit blurry but I kinda like it! teehee
Floral top (Solenad) | Shoes (Celine)
Finish the whole look with a fish tail braid and now, you’re ready!
Allow me to insert pics of what I did few weeks ago, ok?
Welcome to Cellar de Oboza, the perfect spot to dine in with friends and family.
Old Wood Charm
Of all the classic dishes I’ve tasted that night, this unbelievably-crispy-on-the-outside-yet-tender-fish-surprise-inside emerged to be the winner! And with that said, I barely remember the name of the dish. I think my description wouldn’t even suffice how heavenly it tasted. And the Guava Tamarind Sauce? I can’t even start on how to give an account of the playful mix of gustatory madness my taste buds enjoyed!
How on earth can a place so cozy and laid-back be situated right in the heart of Davao City?
With my pretty sister and cousins, Ate Lian and Abby
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