Tuesday, October 22, 2013


Nobody wants plain-Jane shorts anymore. In the generation of neon prints, and all things that glimmer, too many pairs of plain, boring shorts piled up in your closet could look very unappealing;

I know I just wrote a blog post about DIY which features prongs and stuff but hey atleast you'll be able to come up with a lot of ideas on how you'll use your untouched studs. 

So before I continue with my OOTDs and all that jazz in Hongkong, I'm gonna teach you on how to spice up your shorts. Trust me, you'll love this! So much with the introduction, let's jump onto it and get started!
Materials Needed:
Shorts (any color, size, or cut will do)
Studs with prongs
Tweezers   First: Create the stud-formation you'd like to have on your shorts, and decide where you want to put it. 
* For my shorts, I decided to go with the popular cross formation on the pockets, to add some edgy feel to my dainty-printed pair. 

Second: Lay out the formation on your pair of shorts and get ready for work!

Third: Once you're pleased with the layout, take your tweezers, and use it to push the prongs through the shorts to hold it in place. Be sure to flatten them -- don't want to end up with a sore butt! Hehe.

Fourth: Repeat the third step until you're done.
Yeah, that's pretty simple but atleast no more boring shorts right? Hope you guys find this tutorial heplful and talk to you guys on my nest post xx

Saturday, October 19, 2013


I'm beyond ecstatic when my parentals (just have to say that, cooler than parents thou) dropped the bomb which is we're going for a trip abroad. Why if you ask? Well it's literally my first time going out of the country so you can just imagine how giddy giddy girl I am especially that we're going to Hongkong, you know Disneyland, happiest place on the universe (like hello? who on Earth will not be excited when you heard that theme park!) Just sayin' thou.
Anyways, on to my airport outfit. All you need is two words from me: Comfort and Style. That's basically what I did since I don't want to be overdress nor underdress. When we got there, I can tell that it's Autumn in there (psh, courtesy of google.com hahaha). So what I did is paired my maroon skinny jeans with a white muscle tee layered it with a denim vest then finished it with my black beanie. I like to call it my "nothing-to-impressive-but still stylish" look. 
 Top: Push_Thru | Vest: Divisoria | Jeans: Borrowed from mom 
Shoes: Juice (SM Dept. Store) | Watch: Casio | Beanie: StyleMixerPH

Watch out for my photodiary in Hongkong plus my OOTDs there.