Saturday, 12 April 2008

My Fashionista Side

Well, I do love UK high street fashion and I thought I'd share my style in this page. Are you ready folks? Here they are...! They are arranged from my recent ones.

Taken during my graduation ball. I've opted for a long black dress from Monsoon (cost me [GBP]£80/around [USD]$157 /6,546 PHP on current rate). I did my own make up using my favourite Clinique make up and hair by my ever reliable hairstylist (cost me [GBP]£105/around [USD]$208/8,615 PHP, that included full head highlights, cut and styling [curled using GHD hair straightener])


This was taken last December during a Freemason Christmas dinner. I wore Monsoon dress (cost me GBP £135/around USD $265/11,076 PHP), I did my own make up (Clinique again) and hair by Haircraft (cost me GBP £35/around USD $68/2,871 PHP)




This photo was taken summer last year on friend's Christening. I was wearing Monsoon dress (cost me GBP £135/around USD $265/11,076 PHP). I did my own hair and make up.

Marks & Spencer's top and Jane Norman jeans. Shoes by Dune
Top by Topshop, skinny jeans by Topshop's Kate Moss collection, Boots by Dou Boots (cost me GBP £165/around USD $324/13,538 PHP)




Me and my son (Isn't he cute?). I wasn't wearing much make up here because I suddenly had allergy with any eye make up. Don't know what happened then... just Superfit foundation in neutral, Double matte press powder in matte ivory, mascara all by Clinique and YSL lipgloss
Top by Oasis, canvass trousers by Topshop, mules by Barrats, bag by Next and other accesories by Dorothy Perkins
Taken December 2006 before heading to a Freemason Christmas dinner. Dress by Debut of Debenhams. Shoes with matching bags by Dolcis. I was trying to pull off a Gothic look here hence the crucifix necklace with matching earings.

2 comments:

iamsutil said...

weeee..im loving your black boots and your vanity desk. i wish i can wear boots like that over here.

so how's jane iredale? i'm interested on that lucci skincare thingy...im waiting for your in-depth review on that one, gracie :)

Gracie said...

Thank you Jheng! Those boots? Ha ha ha! True, I'm thinking of wearing them next time we visit the Phils but I think it might just be a little bit too warm so I'm dropping the idea.

Jane Iredale is really good! I've only tried the samples they sent me and I'm happy about them. I'm still waiting for my deliveries and I might try her other cosmetic lines. I'd keep you posted when I eventually get around to doing it.

I'm getting on really well with my Susan Lucci Youthful Essence kit and will be reviewing it soon. Just been busy with job interviews recently. So, watch this space ;)