Category Archives: Outfit

From maternity dress to a pair of wide leg pants

So I have this maternity dress which I’m keeping since I’m pregnant with my daughter in 1996 and with my son in 1998. I thought of saving it to be used for a different purpose. I want to convert the dress into something that I’ve been wanting to have in a while – a wide…

Warehouse Unveils Spring Summer 2018 Collection

This Spring Summer 2018, Warehouse elevates key British summer staples with a modern twist, curating a wearable collection for the stylish woman who lives the city. Each story within the collection embodies a contemporary approach to urban summer dressing, reimagining casual fabrics, softening structured silhouettes and modernising traditional prints. City-smart tailoring is given an informal…

Dainty white dress

Here’s my daughter in her graduation dress. I really love the dress but my daughter said she could have chosen a different color and style. Photo taken last month.

College Graduation Outfit

My daughter will be wearing this simple white dress on her graduation day next month. We also purchased this cute but elegant flat shoes to match her dress. And as an accessory, we got this small black bag that can be converted into a wallet. We were thinking of a nice hairstyle that would look…

Basic items to build your wardrobe (for beginners)

I stumbled upon an article about power dressing and thought the list could be useful one day (especially for my daughter who will be hunting for a job a few months from now). Build your wardrobe with the following basic items: 1. Black jacket or a well-fitting blazer 2. Black pants (not pleated) 3. Black skirt (slightly…

Where to find affordable summer clothes

A friend who is a regular thrift-shop goer can attest to the affordability of summer clothes at pre-loved stores near their place. You can purchase a halter blouse and short or skirt for kids at $1 (P41) per pair. The clothes are overrun supply from local and international manufacturers. The ukay stores are open at…

Candy Cheat Sheet (Elise Joson) illustration

One of the last illustrations my daughter did for candymagdotcom. Thanks to her very supportive supervisor Ms. Clare Magno. N had a very productive internship with the online magazine.