When I was in a “house arrest” last April and May I kinda tried being creative just to kill some time whenever I’m bored. So, I found my old statement tee (which I’m wearing in this slides) and decided to make it as a fringe to fishnet muscle tee. The good thing is that even if the shirt is too dark for summer it still suits the the season because it’s a muscle tee. This is just another airport look since I’ve been travelling a lot lately. I wore this on our flight back to Manila. xx
I’m one of those millions of people who puts Coachella festival to their bucketlist. It happens every year in mid-April, but since I still have to go a long way before I can experience it I just had my personal take on Coachella outfit. I just simply paired my floral corset top with my denim high-waisted shorts, crochet vest & pink suede wedges, voila I already have my Coachella inspired look. Wearing this on our flight to Cebu made me feel like I’m going to Cali for Coachella (forgive my extra weird imagination! LOL). xx
What I’m wearing here obviously shows that I wasn’t prepared at all (I just picked whatever I saw in my closet that will fit together). Good thing that this time I was able to wear something neutral after having bright pantones for three consecutive seasons.
As I was preparing for our Sentosa Island tour I really don’t know what to expect aside from the beautiful place. Well, it’s always better not to expect anything and just wait for what lies ahead. Sentosa Island is one of the top destinations in Singapore. No wonder that it is Asia’s Favorite Playground because there are lots of attractions to prove that, and I’m lucky enough to see some. There are three ways for you to reach Sentosa Island, through Singapore Cable car, Sentosa Boardwalk & Sentosa Express. We have decided to take the Sentosa Express since we toured around Vivo city and found the ticketing office of Sentosa Express at the 3rd level of the building. What’s nice about this train is that you only have to pay SGD 3.50 and get an unlimited ride going back and forth to their four stations. We even got a discount that I can hardly remember how happened. LOL! Anyways, this monorail can accommodate 100 passengers per trip.
It’s been over a month after our trip to SG but I still want to share this series of photographs for you to have an idea where to stroll around on your future trip in SG. Whenever we travel we make sure to stay in a hotel with a clean and nice ambiance. But, most importantly it should have a great location and very accessible to the city and malls. What’s nice about Bugis is that all you need is just within walking distance.
Just 5-10 minutes away from our hotel you can find the Bugis Junction. It’s an air-conditioned shopping centre where there are branded retails. Bugis street is also just across the building that offers a wide selection of cheap goods and hawker food. (It’s like Greenhills in the Philippines.)
If you’re looking for a very luxurious hotel that’s just also near Bugis, they have Raffles Hotel Singapore. It’s the most expensive and oldest hotel in Singapore with a colonial-style ambiance. They also have the Raffles City, a fashion-forward mall where you can find signature brands and fine dining restaurants.
The National Library, Singapore is the best spot for the bookish out there. You’ll surely be amazed on their 16-storey building with environmentally-friendly architectural features.
For the pub goers, Clarke Quay is the place for you in Singapore. It is one of Singapore’s best night spots with diff. choices of dining with a colorful antique buildings, cafes and clubs located within Singapore’s riverside area.
More of Singapore’s tourist spots on my next post. xx
Students always look forward to summer vacation because we have all the time to relax or travel to famous places. Though we can’t avoid experiencing the freaking hot weather during summer, majority still enjoy going to resorts and beaches. The least thing we can do is to wear lighter clothes always. Since the weather in Singapore is same as ours ( but you’ll not feel as hot as here in our country because of the absence of pollution lol) I decided to wear a tank top and skater skirt when we went to Sentosa. I know black attracts heat but it didn’t bother me because the fabric of my top is just thin. My skirt is just so perf as it gives a breezy feeling that helped me enjoy our tour the entire day. xx
The shirt says it all! I felt that wearing this very laid back outfit wouldn’t give me any worries during our entire tour at Marina bay and I’m right because I really enjoyed walking freely. My statement tee gives me comfort since it’s oversized and cotton. Plus, wearing short-shorts in Singapore doesn’t make me feel like everyone would stare rudely unlike here in the Philippines. Tip: When travelling, wear your flat shoes or sandals to make you feel comfortable and relaxed throughout the tour. xx