Tank top: Bayo | Denim vest: Thrifted | Pants: from Bangkok + DIY rips | Shoes: Androgyny
Today, I ran some promotions errands for Blue Repertory with the help of Ina. After that, we headed out to a nearby mall (Eastwood!) to (belatedly) celebrate a good friend's birthday.
Ring: H&M | Bracelets: ....Anywhere and everywhere.
New favorite wedges! Whenever I look at these shoes, the words "desert warrior" automatically pop up in my head. HAHA! I feel like a female video game heroine could don these babies while battling thieves in sand dunes.
Top + Shorts: Thrifted | Belt: Borrowed from dad | Shoes: Greenhills tiangge
It's Ina's turn to type!
Erm. Pins are from.. Everywhere? Some are from Clipper, others from Artwork, etc.
Those rips in my stockings weren't intentional, you know. They gave birth to themselves.
... And it's Maronne again! This was taken on the way to Eastwood. I know I'm not the only one who watches rain drops race with each other down car windows during a rainy drive. I also love it when they slowly "collect" each other and merge into one another as they fall.
I like unicorns. I seem to suck at impersonating them though.
We met with good old friends, like Alex, who cosplays with me and is a Magic 89.9 Junior Jock. It was her birthday! (We have the same birthday, actually. Cool beans. - Ina) That's why we all met up.
There's also Jam, who's a Magic 89.9 Junior Jock like Alex. She always talks like she's in a concert and has a very pretty singing voice.
This is Mae. She looks like a little girl, but is actually one of the oldest in my circle of friends. She is bent on making the most out of her education. I envy her academic focus!
Important life lessons from a set of bracelets.
I laughed for a good minute when I saw this. The concept is just so... Thought-provoking, for lack of a better word. I mean, seriously? A Commie-themed restaurant? ... Seriously? This I would very much like to see.
We ate at Cyma, a greek restaurant. Naturally, we ordered one of their most famous dishes. Grilled cheese with bread.
Not only is it really delicious, but the way they serve it is quite a spectacle-- A waiter sets the cheese on fire right in front of you while the rest of the staff yell "OPA!"
That is what it looks like. Oops-- someone already took a bit of the cheese! Hungry kids, we are.
Garlic & Pita bread with a dip made out of cheese, spinach, artichoke, mushrooms, and tomatoes.
Angel hair pasta with tomato sauce, salmon chunks and goat cheese on top.
We snacked on chocolate too! Kinder Schoko-Bons... I'm a sucker for any kind of Kinder chocolate.
Bloated with good food and good vibes. To wrap up all of the good things, I bid you a good..Bye!