Sunday, 7 December 2014

Cartoon


Hello December! 
I'm sure some countries are experiencing really cold weather right now 
but unfortunately I don't have the opportunity to wear fur, coats and thick winter scarves
as it's only either sunny or rainy from where I am right now.
How's your December going so far? 

btw anything above have no relation to this ootd post at all lol.

But the Snoopy top was originally a dress but it wasn't looking that great
on me so I had it altered and used it as a shirt instead :)











Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Sayonara.


Sayonara.
A Japanese word that means 'goodbye'.

I honestly bought the shirt because of that LOL. I'd dig anything Japanese tbh(I'm a fan!)
Hence, the inspiration for this concept and outfit is 'Goodbye'

Goodbye can mean a lot of things. 
But in this case, I chose to portray a farewell to a special someone. A childhood sweetheart, maybe.
Last goodbye to the memories I spent together with him.
Last look on the places we used to go.
And for the last time, reliving the moments, and feelings.

At the park, by the old playground, playing and running around. Laughter in the air.
And YOU WERE there. 


P.S.
(I don't have a lot of experience in love so I based the idea in dramas and animes I watched LMAO)

Stripe Crop Top from Cotton On
Denim Skirt from a local store
Lace slip ons from Charles & Keith
Pineapple bag from H&M

I think this look gave off a vintage type too!

photos by: Ms. Beth




























Sunday, 30 November 2014

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Hello everyone! It's been a while since my last post. 
Anyway, it's finally December tomorrow! Yay, holidays!

I am taking a break from all the flouncy tutu skirt I've been wearing a lot lately.
For today's ootd, I'm sporting this pretty pastel blue pencil skirt paired with an equally pastel pink tee!

I hope you'll like the way I styled it :)

xoxo







Friday, 3 October 2014

Le Comptoir



Short and quick review of our experience at Le Comptoir :)

The ambiance of the place was relaxing; with mellow lights and quiet streets as it is a Sunday evening.

They do serve other dishes aside for crepes but the choices were very limited. We had Grilled Salmon with White Wine and Butter Sauce; it was complimented with two sides of our choice which were Bacon and Leek Fondue and Potato Wedges for $29, good value for money I would say; the salmon was delectable and fresh. I would definitely come back again for this. The surroundings was so relaxing I ate slower than usual, savoring every bit.

Unlike the main and side dishes, they have a wide variety of drinks to offer; wine, cocktails and cider. Unfortunately, I don't drink so I went for the 'boring' Orange Juice
They also have a long list for sweet and non sweetened crepes. 
My friend and I went for sweet crepes for dessert. I had 'French Kiss' flavor while my friend had Nutella and Almond. The crepes were good too although I tasted better crepes before.

The staffs were very friendly and attentive. They consistently checked on us and asked how we liked the food. Service was very good :)

TIP: if you want to relax, try to avoid going on Friday night and Saturdays because it's really crowded.

P.S. My favorite part was eating while seating on the swing :)

 


Some photos along the way...
before or after dining at Le Comptoir, you can stroll around the streets, unwind and chat with your friends or special someone! The restaurant's location is really good :)