Daily Archives: May 31, 2013

Style Origin at Centrio Ayala Mall, CDO!!!

I am not a Fashion Guru and never a Fashion model, but I am a Fashion enthusiast and I do love to watch people and celebrities who have the right Fashion sense. This is my first time to watch a Fashion Show and I was amazed. I was amazed because I never thought that a Fashion Show could showcase such elegance and beauty in just a matter of time.

Ms Phoemela Baranda was the host for the Style Origin (Inspiring Imagination) event at Ayala Centrio Mall last May 25, 2013. I only see her on Televisions and I was star struck by the way she handles herself and the way she hosted the show with such sophistication and how she manage to get her audience hook to the show.
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These are just some of the PHOTOS that I have took during the Fashion Show, the fashion show was brought to us by Bettina, Artwork, Jockey, Parfois, Promod, Sperry top-sider, and other sponsors that I may have forgotten to mention.
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Of course, the event will not be PERFECT without the beautiful Ms Julia Barretto (daughter of Marjorie Barretto (actress) and Dennis Padilla (comedian/actor). Ms Julia Barretto gracefully walk down the ramp like every ramp model can and she was so admirable in every aspect.

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I am so thankful that I was invited for this event  and that I didn’t turned it down (to think that we are sitting on the first rows). Kudos to the people behind this successful event!

♥ Tinkerbell Outfit

Thank you! Thank you to the two people who exerted so much effort to make my baby girl’s 1st birthday outfit possible. My baby girl turned one last March 17 and yes, it was a very memorable day for her and for my family and friends because for the first time here we made a Tinkerbell themed birthday party possible. I have prepared for Chicay’s birthday party ahead of time because I want everything to be perfect for my little girl. And I am thankful that my friends, online and offline, helped me and made my dream possible. It was hard to look for an outfit here in our place (we live in a rural area, and people don’t sell outfits like this one) and so I asked for help. My blogging friend Pehpot of Make or Break, a doting mother to her 4 kids, made the first outfit for my baby girl. The one with the violet/purple trimmings and paired with Mommy Pehpot’s handmade hair accessory.

The second outfit, the tutu style, is made by my dear cousin Aine of Lovin’ the Prize of Life. The blouse/onesie that is paired with the tutu skirt was just a simple white onesie and Aine added embellishments on it after it was printed with Tinkerbell’s photo and a number 1 at the back.

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I envy their craftsmanship and creativity and how I wish I also know or have the brains and hands to make these beautiful outfits, but still I am thankful that they were part of the success of my baby girl’s birthday party even though they are miles apart from where I live.