Orchard road is a shopaholic’s haven and I have a love hate relationship with it. I spent two whole days there (Thank God for the Big Singapore Sale!) and loved every minute of it. Of course a hole in my pocket later, I started resenting it, but after I look at all my new swag, I love it again! (I sound like such a bimbo! lol)
I wore my pretty pink dress from Ellysage (the brand created by the two lovely ladies who took me around Singapore the day before). It’s another “air conditioned” dress with cutouts placed strategically on the waist, making you look like you have a slimmer waistline. Cheeeck!
Gold overused accessories that I will continue overusing because they’re just so elegant and perfect. This Zara bag was such a good find! A lot of people have asked me if they can buy it from me since it’s sold out everywhere, but I just can’t let go!
Presenting, my new Zara heels!!! Dear God, thank you for the gift of these shoes. I have been lusting over them for so long, and you left me the last pair in all of Orchard- and in my size! *sheds tear*
My beautiful shopping date- Mommy! My love for fashion and beauty I all owe to this woman!
What do you think about my look?
Since we were in Singapore, we thought: do as the Singaporeans do! Which meant- shopping break for some tea time! TWG was our official tea place. The interiors were so beautiful, and most of their staff are Pinoy! So fun! They let me take photos even when we weren’t allowed to! haha Love it!
If you do get a chance to visit TWG, get their smoked salmon sandwich (forgot the exact name) and the brown macaroon. OMG. You. Will. Die.
I ended my day with a really close friend of mine that I met while studying in Paris 4 years ago, Jane. It was my first time to see her again since 2008! I was so fat when she last saw me!!! I wasn’t even blogging then! She even recalls me asking her how to put on make up! It was so nice to reunite with her, and I’m so happy that she’s really intent on visiting the Philippines soon because of my Boracay posts! Yaaaay! Anyway, after a series of long queues and booked restaurants, we ended up in Dempsey hill and grabbed some delicious dinner at The White Rabbit. It’s a really beautiful church that they made into a restaurant (which kind of depresses me), but the food was spectacular. We had to wait a bit, but it was okay cause the service was really good, and they gave us some drinks and a couch to wait by. I had the Lobster Thermidor pasta, which I will recommend to everyone! For lack of a better adjective-iIt was soooo good! Dinner was followed by yummy dessert at Ben and Jerrys (the first of many for this trip) and a sad but sweet goodbye once again to dear Jane. Hopefully she can come visit us soon and I can reintroduce you all to her in another lengthy post! lol
More on Singapore soon!x