Lace my back

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WEARING: Lace back top- thrifted | denim mini skirt -J&R Jeans | shoes & cap - small unbranded shop | necklace - from Japan | bag- guess

The amount of my backlog posts are inevitable, hence, I can no longer keep track of what I did when I wore what outfit. Nonetheless, it's been so long since I last posted an ootd fashion post here so that's what I'm doing now.

This thrifted lace back top is so perfect for the Philippine weather because it's cotton and the lace back is really airy (haha) so I don't sweat as hell when I wear it. Also, the lace is not super see through so I guess it's alright to wear this with a bra with a pretty detail.

DIY No Sew Pillowcase (5 Seconds of Summer - Luke Hemmings)


Here's a great idea if you have an old t-shirt, if  you love fangirling, and if you like sleeping!--- DIY no sew pillowcase!

What made me come up with this DIY is my old gray t-shirt which the ants attacked and left so many holes. Because of that, I can no longer wear the shirt (I can make it my house shirt but I already have a lot). So instead, I've decided to turn my old t-shirt into a no sew pillowcase featuring Luke Hemmings from 5 Seconds of Summer!

Samsung and Yuchengco Museum extend Culture Connect: Castrillo @ 50 Instagram contest until end of September

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Manila, Philippines, September 5, 2016 – In August, Samsung and Yuchengco Museum launched Culture Connect: Castrillo @ 50, an Instagram contest, which aims to strengthen Filipinos’ patriotism and appreciation for public art.

The Instagram contest commemorates the works of nationalist Filipino sculptor, Eduardo Castrillo, as he celebrates 50 years of being a professional artist. Known as the monument maker, Castrillo created masterpieces such as Binhi ng mga Bayani found at Rizal Park, and People Power located along EDSA, which are vivid reflections of the Philippine history and culture. 

Culture Connect: Castrillo @ 50 has run through the entire duration of August, and will be extended until September 30 to accommodate more entries.

What You Need To Consider When Buying A Home

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Buying a home is an exciting prospect for anyone. There becomes a point in your life where you grow up, and property investment is just one of the ways you do it. However, for anyone, being your first time or twentieth time, there is still a lot you should consider. As it’s the most expensive purchase you make, it’s essential to make sure you make the right investment for your hard earned money. I thought I would share with you the things everyone should consider when buying a home.