There can never be any perfect timing wearing a Mickey Mouse shirt when your destination is Disneyland! Well, in my case Disney Sea — the part of the theme park I prefer, attraction wise. I memorized the whole park like a map is drawn at the back of my palm!
Bring me to Tokyo Disneyland and it’ll take me a while to remember, but still map-schmap, who needs it! :))
Disney Sea was made for everyone’s favorite mermaid, Ariel. Part of this park also includes pretty much the characters/movies related to water, with Arabian Coast/Agrabah, Indiana Jones and Toy Story put in between. Sounds confusing but it was well-connected that it actually made sense once you’re there.
In case you’ll be visiting Disney Sea, here are the attractions worth queuing for:
Attractions at Disney Sea are more for the taste of adults, and so as their menu! Alcohol is being served at their restaurants.
Oh and if you notice that bear in a backpack, that’s Shellie Mae (paired to Duffy). I nearly curse those bears as they are the reason of endless queues outside the store of Uncle Scrooge. I tell you it’s bananas!!! I remember four years ago, it was only me who appreciates Duffy and I can take photos with every mascot I see.. Oh what awesome marketing can do! Duffy and Shellie Mae are more popular than Donald and Daisy now! D: #ilovedaisy
PS: Watch out for the Disney Villains at the final show! The projections are insanely beautiful!!! And Mickey speaks Nihongo. :)))
[On me: Zip up flank jacket from Love Army; Mickey shirt from Bershka; beaning from Ever New; skirt from Lowry’s Farm; leggings from CK; bag from Zara and shoes from H&M]
PPS: Those H&M spring boots is perfect for long walks! <3
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From a vantage point of a balloon with a broken string.
My newly discovered Japanese brand, MURUA.
Just look at the first photo, I can select most of it in just one look! I am all too giddy since their recent s/s collection mostly features black and whites and borders with light materials which makes all so perfect to my liking and Manila’s way-beyond-body-temperature!
And who would not love those shoes and circle lensed shades? Every piece stands for a statement. The only thing is Murua’s size is structured to Japanese girls’ frames, and I am lucky enough to fit into it and not really cause my feet are too huge for their shoes. </3
Here’s my look featuring a Murua border pullover.
You may hype this look here.
On me: Sunnies by Charlie shades; border pullover from Murua; midi skirt from Lowry’s Farm; shoes from H&M
Cause Solamachi Mall wishes to have a sakura tree at their deck, so there.
Tokyo Central Business District.
Tokyo in my backdrop, Part 1.
Here’s two of my outfit photos from my recent trip in Tokyo.
I am currently waiting for boarding back to my crazy working life which means, no more time to blog. Spare the short post — as if I’ve always been wordy here.
More details of what I am wearing are captioned on each photo.
See you all back in Manila!
"I was just enjoying everything, when I realized I haven’t thought of you. I haven’t wished you were here, I didn’t utter your name under my breath.. and I am happy, I know you are too, and I see nothing wrong with it."
Sushi kinda night!
"To look out for sunrise and chase after sunset."
I always have a thing about the heavens, too bad my camera only permits me to capture the sun in it. Guess I see stars too precious enough, only my eyes deserve to appreciate its beauty and my memory as its souvenir.
Always a pleasure to have the best view of you.
"To fall insanely high in a heartbeat."
Ang ganda mo Pilipinas!
Just cause I rarely treat my shots like this.
[necklace from Stradivarius; oversized pullover from Uniqlo; skirt from Forever21 and wedges from Pedro]
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Casual Thursday is denim on denim.
[vest and cropped shorts from Zara; top from Topshop; boots from Stradivarius]