Cul de Sac

I found a quaint little place that serves AMAZING mushroom soup.

My friend, Mel, took us to Cafe Old Cul de Sac for dinner one night. Its a small restaurant hidden inside Sto. Nino Village, one of Cebu’s bigger subdivisions.

Aside from the intimate set up, the cafe was adorned with Christmas lights and the soothing voice of Bill Crosby, singing his famous Christmas melodies. We all felt at ease the moment we stepped in.

Cul de Sac serves delicious and affordable home-cooked food (the home-cooked part makes it so much more appetizing). Imagine spending less than Php200 for a meal that includes Soup, Main Course, and Dessert!

I wasn’t able to take photos the first time I went, so I asked Mike to move our date place to Cul de Sac the very next day so I could take some. He was hesitant at first, but as soon as he tried the soup and heard the music, he totally fell in-love with the place.

I suggest you skip the crowded malls and take your Christmas dinner to Cul de Sac instead. <3



I got featured on a Swedish Mag!

Plane-wear and late night shoots

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Flew to Manila yesterday in this outfit. Despite these high high heels, this outfit is probably one of the most comfortable I’ve ever had on. I blame the cardigan. I am in love with it. The sad part is, I just stole this from my sister, and thus, can’t tell you where to get one for yourself!

In other news, I went straight to the shoot for Elite Models from the airport last night. The theme of the night was fierce and cold. We had such dark make up on, and I swear, I had no idea my hair could reach those heights! After all the preparations, we headed over to the neighboring hotel and our shoot at the pool. Can I just say that late night pool water is FREEZING! My teeth would NOT stop chattering! And no, it was nothing racy. Rather, it was very well planned and executed. Xander Angeles took the shots (and I guess planned the whole thing) which makes me soooo excited to see the output, since he’s such a master at his craft.

The shoot ended a late, and I grabbed dinner a little past midnight, which is why I had to time to post yesterday (and why it’s almost noon, and Im still in bed.)



Do you recognize this top?

I’ve already packed most of my clothes for Manila, so I had a hard time picking out what to wear today. I hate wearing the same clothes in the exact same way, so I played around with my top a little. The photo below shows how I wore it the first time.

Today, all I did was button it up without wearing the sleeves, fold the collar down to the back, and tie the sleeves up below my bust to give it a little shape. Voila, instant tube top! Here’s a clearer photo of how I did it.

What do you think? :D

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Thanks to Happy Cebu for the feature!

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