The One Piece Suit

POTATO These days the one piece suit is just sexier than the two piece swim suits we usually wear on the beach. The different shapes and patterns and seamless cuts have taken our usual beach wear to a whole different level of fabulous! And my thanks go out to the creative hands and minds behind every one piece that makes going to the beach sound more fun than it already does! One piece suits are perfect for those moments when you just want to hide your tummy after pigging out, moments when you want to be sexy without showing too much skin, and moments when you just want to be fashionable on the beach. I absolutely love this one piece from Coco Cabana. The neon print and cut in the front and the meshed detail on the back are the ultimate reasons why I do! Coco Cabana One Piece Suit Much Love from Boracay, Tori Share my post to the...

Boyfriend Shirt

POTATO The shirt dress is one of 2015’s most wearable fashion trends. You could never go wrong with that button-down and carefree style. It’s something you could wear anywhere from the mall, to the streets, on a date night or night out with your friends, and even on the beach! You just got to find the one that best suits you. But the moment you can’t, you could always rummage through your boyfriend’s closet and find one as a suitable cover up to the beach like I did. If that’s not working out, your dad’s closet could always be your perfect alternative! (Sorry Dad…) I just absolutley love how this white boyfriend shirt turned cover up goes well with the bikini I chose to wore that day. White just kind of goes with almost anything! Coco Cabana Bikini | Havaianas Flipflops | Kultura Sling Bag Photos Taken With My Samsung Galaxy A5 Share my post to the...

Offshoulder

POTATO My Boracay beach adventure or any beach adventure would never be complete without an offshoulder top, dress, or anything that bares the shoulders! The moment I saw this dress, I knew I had to bring this to Boracay with me. The color is just the perfect match for this perfect beach! It was just lovely to relax in the beach for a while after having the island hopping that morning. The white sand, blue waves, surf boards and paraws everywhere and the beautiful people around were breathtaking views in themselves. The wind was blowing so hard that day and I couldn’t get my hair in place. But that didn’t matter so much since I could always get a braid after. And I did! But that’s a different story.  Soul Lifestyle Dress | Forever 21 Sandals | Kultura Sling Bag (Borrowed from my sister) Let me know what you think about my #ootd! Love, Tori Share my post to the...

Puka Beach

POTATO It’s always wonderful to get away every once in a while – from work and the stress it brings on a daily basis, and from the other responsibilities that we have. If given the opportunity to relax, to think about nothing but having fun and putting on cute outfits and trying new and awesome things (alright… I’ve said quite a lot…) who wouldn’t seize that (almost) once in a lifetime moment? It has been more than a year since my last vacation (yes, it has been that long), and it has been a very, very, very, very long while since I’ve been to the beach (and enjoyed it, if I might say so). And being in Boracay for the first time made me feel so giddy and happy and just so super excited about it. I almost could not contain myself! But I kind of pulled myself together in the end… or not. 😅😉 Our day one in Boracay was spent island hopping and my most favorite spot among all the places we tippy-toed our sandy toes on was the beautiful, Puka Beach. It was just so beautiful and perfect. The fine white sand just stretched on and on. It was a plain white beach and the good thing about it was that everyone enjoyed and appreciated it as it was. And there was something about it that made you just want to sit there and drown yourself (well, not in water!) in the peacefulness of the place, and of course, take lots of photos! I don’t know about you but I still felt the peace even though there...

Roadtrip Dressing

POTATO Six hours to go before reaching Caticlan and our amazing weekend in Boracay. Yes, that’s sort of quite a long time to be sitting in a van. But there’s no need to worry if you’re dressed comfortably! For this roadtrip, I decided to wear my favorite alternative for jeans – my harem pants! It felt like I was just wearing pajamas the whole time. (Although, they kind of really look like pajamas.. pajamas that are socially acceptable to be worn outside of the bedroom if you ask me!) There were a lot of stopovers along the way to eat and see churches. I wanted to wear something that didn’t make me feel the heat but at the same time protected me from the sun outside and the aircondition inside the van. A sleeveless top and my kimono just did the trick! And to top it all off? A good fedora! Robinsons Dept. Store Fedora | Cotton On Sleeveless Top | Kimono (from a random Bazaar) | Terranova Pants | Forever 21 Sandals | Call It Spring Bag | Marc By Marc Jacobs Watch Photos taken with my Samsung Galaxy A5 So what’s your way of comfortable roadtrip dressing? Share your thoughts by commenting below! Love,Tori Share my post to the...

City of Love

POTATO As I reached my seat on the plane, I immediatley closed my eyes and as I opened them (after just one overly-dramatic second – yes, it only took one second and please don’t doubt my sense of time! Ha! Ha! Okay…) there I was in one of the most romantic and historically rich cities in the Philippines, Iloilo City! My friends and I booked an exciting weekend on the beautiful island of Boracay and to get there we decided to go on a land trip from Iloilo to Caticlan. It was going to be a very long 6-hour ride, and the best way to enjoy it was to go sightseeing and a little bit of food tripping. Our very first stop in Iloilo was the all time favorite Ted’s Batchoy. Our stomachs deserved something really good after that early flight from Davao! After bidding goodbye to Ted’s, we were on our way to see Iloilo’s historical churches. The Molo Church in Molo, Iloilo City The Baroque architecture of Miagao Church. Already in the Southern part of Iloilo is San Joaquin Church, depicting the Battle of Tetuan (Rendicion d’ Tetuan).  It was indeed a long roadtrip but who wouldn’t fall in love with the all the beauty we saw along the way? Photos taken with my Samsung Galaxy A5. Hope you guys enjoyed browsing through my brief trip to #Iloilove! Love, Tori Share my post to the...
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