I first saw this beautiful white leather corset top on Jaz Reyes at the Candy Style Awards a few months ago, and it was love at first sight. I knew I had to scour H&M on my next HongKong visit for it, and that’s exactly what I did! When I saw it on the racks (hanging in the last pair for my size) I gave out a small yelp of joy, grabbed it and never looked back. Pure white pristine beauty. I love it! I decided to go clean lines that day and wore it with flowy chiffon palazzo pants to make up for its sexiness. Then I threw on a few tropical inspired details (like my bag and carve out heels) because I knew I had to attend an event for Havaianas that day. I wasn’t about to strap on a pair of slippers for an event, so I had to make up for it some how!
Slim gold details are always a winner in my eyes. They make everything look chic and effortlessly glamorous!
My favorite bag as of late. This just proves that you don’t have to buy expensive stuff to look chic! There are pretty awesome finds at every corner! Order this bag here! Just like the page to fill up the order form, and link this photo, so they know what you want to get!
You’ve seen these heels a lot of times before, and I’m not going to stop wearing them anytime soon! They’re just so comfortable, and they go with everything! Plus, these cutout details are just amazing!
What do you think about my look?
Here are some photos from the Make Your Own Havaianas event. Enjoy!
Me and Aimil Sarmiento, exclusive distributor of Havaianas Cebu. Trivia: did you know that WAGW was the first store to carry Havaianas in the south? Back then, it wasn’t a huge sensation yet, but my sister Diane saw it’s potential and agreed to carry it in our stores. Lo and behold, it became such a big hit! There came a time when we actually needed guards and bouncers outside our store because people were lining up like crazy to get a hold of the Havaianas High Look slippers! Insane!
Designing my pair. I chose a lime green slim sole with a silver strap, and two diamond studs on the sides!
Happy 50 years, Havaianas!