OOTD in Bohol: Floral Halter Keyhole Dress + Girly Flip-Flops

Here’s one of the main reasons why I was missing in action a week ago. My beki (gay) girlfriends and I went out of town for a 2-day nature trip.

It was my first time in Bohol, and I was very excited to finally wear my halter keyhole dress for the first time as well. I bought it almost a year ago, and haven’t worn or sought ever since. It could have collected cobwebs for all I know cialis generika online. Ha-ha!

Me & Ice
Goofing around with my friend I at Dauis Church

Wearing this frock was kinda hard for me, since it’s a keyhole dress. I’m not pretty comfortable donning it with just pasties on! Hahaha! Hence, I resolved to wearing a skin tone brassiere underneath. I know it’s a tad tacky, but way better than wearing a multicoloured or dark tinged one. ?

Mango Fall-Winter 2011 Collection

Mango Fall-Winter 2011

Mango’s Fall-Winter 2011 Collection showcases a number of looks inspired by the usual style pegs from events and special occasions, mostly tinged in shades of black, grey, red, white and beige.

Mango Fall-Winter 2011

With the combination of daytime and eveningwear elements, Mango pays tribute to classic French women’s wardrobe – particularly the timeless contrasts of masculine/feminine pieces.

Fabrics used are predominantly in wool, denim and boucle. Others are in lace and sheer fabrics which evoke a romantic mood.

Mango Fall-Winter 2011

Most of these effortlessly chic ensembles are embellished with Swarovski crystals, sequins and feathers. Some are texturised with angora and fur, whilst others presented animal print patchwork and irregular polka dots (on very fluid shapes) – bringing out a more sophisticated and seductive silhouette.

The Rest of the Collection in Pictures

Mango Fall-Winter 2011

Mango Fall-Winter 2011

Isabeli Fontana for MANGO

Isabeli Fontana fr MANGO

MANGO has chosen Brazilian supermodel Isabeli Fontana as the new face of the brand for its Fall 2011 campaign.

The photo shoot took place in Paris. Her stills were captured by renowned photographer Terry Richardson.

Isabel’s strong, provocative features embody that of an urban, independent working woman; which reminds me of Stana Katic’s Kate Beckett role in Castle.

The outfits reveal a sexy woman who is able to combine her masculine and feminine side to perfection. The colour palette focuses on black tones with white touches in the prints.

She’ll be replacing Scarlett Johansson, who’s been the image of the Spanish retailer for the past four seasons.

Isabeli Fontana fr MANGO

Isabeli Fontana fr MANGO

Isabeli Fontana fr MANGO

All Images from MANGO




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