A List Inspiration: Boom Sason SS 13’ New Collection

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Boom Sason’s clothes are too amazing. Wow, my jaw just dropped in awe the moment I saw this collection (and it rarely happens). My favorite looks/photos are the second, fifth and last one. Plus, Martine C. is forever stunning, as always. 

http://www.boomsason.com

Posted by annadominiquee
  July 20, 2013 at 10:59pm

Help, I am horrible at people

vivatregina:

It’s yet another weekend that I’ve spent in the company of my books, my bunny, my bed, and mostly my mother. I just don’t go out, and it’s not for lack of things to go out to (because this is Manila; there’s so much going on). It’s that I don’t appear to have actual friends to go to anything with.

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I mean, I have friends, I guess. Friends who are maybe a step up from acquaintances, who I can talk to on a level a little higher than superficial for a respectable amount of time, but I don’t have friends friends. I have a couple of people I consider best friends, who are all so busy that I only see them a few times a year. (But every time I do, it’s like not much has changed. I can count on those people to be there when I absolutely need them to be.) But I don’t hang out with them. I don’t have friends I can hang out with. I don’t hang out.

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I scroll through my online feeds on a regular basis and see lots of people basically just hanging out with each other, and it looks fun, and I don’t have that. It makes me sad that I don’t have someone I can text at random to grab a drink or a bite to eat or some coffee or to catch a movie or to go with to some random thing. I don’t have anyone to be casual with.

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Is it because I’m bad at people? I don’t like to be the initiator; I’m too shy. I don’t like to force my company on others because I feel like people feel like they have to put up with me. I rarely really feel welcome anywhere; I need to be a little drunk to be comfortable in the company of others. I think I’ve grown so used to being in front of a screen and having a QWERTY keyboard of some form at my fingertips that I’ve essentially lost the art of conversation. I feel dull.

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For a while, I thought maybe I didn’t want to go out because I felt ugly and didn’t want to be self-conscious, but then I checked myself. That’s only true sometimes, and rarely.

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Mom says I’m like Dad; I’m just the lone wolf type. I mean, I see my boyfriend a few hours a week and barely text him, and I’m surprisingly okay with that. (I know I have a taste for expensive things and I can be terrible when I’m moody, but I can honestly say that I’ve never been a clingy, needy, possessive girlfriend. He doesn’t have it so bad with me. Or at least I hope so.) And this is the person I’m closest to.

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I just worry sometimes that I’m too young to be so closed off to everything going on around me, that maybe I should make a little more effort to get out there, try harder. But I just don’t know how.

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I mostly enjoy being alone. It’s on the very rare occasions that I feel lonely that I wonder if there’s something wrong with that, with me.

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"If at some point between 22 – 27 you feel like you’re six years old again, lost and alone at the San Diego Zoo (it’s a big-frickin-zoo), frantically searching for a familiar face – hold tight, you’re experiencing a bit of a Quarter-Life Crisis. Stay put. Pray a lot. And in no time someone will call your name across the loud speaker to tell you where you can be found.”   -21 Secrets for Your Twenties, All Groan Up
Ouch! X Marks the spot. I read this excerpt during one of the tough times in my life and it really hit close to home. 
I am sure that all of us is on their own quest for freedom and happiness on major aspects of life. This can be on love, career and other social/personal areas that we would like to be fulfilled in. Sometimes, things don’t work out originally as planned (on one of these, perhaps some or gasp! all? wag naman. hehe) which leaves us disappointed and unsure of what lies ahead. I know that I get lost at times too, but I am (and should be) pretty positive that I too, will get there soon!  style="display:none" />

 

"If at some point between 22 – 27 you feel like you’re six years old again, lost and alone at the San Diego Zoo (it’s a big-frickin-zoo), frantically searching for a familiar face – hold tight, you’re experiencing a bit of a Quarter-Life Crisis. Stay put. Pray a lot. And in no time someone will call your name across the loud speaker to tell you where you can be found.”   -21 Secrets for Your Twenties, All Groan Up

Ouch! X Marks the spot. I read this excerpt during one of the tough times in my life and it really hit close to home. 


I am sure that all of us is on their own quest for freedom and happiness on major aspects of life. This can be on love, career and other social/personal areas that we would like to be fulfilled in. Sometimes, things don’t work out originally as planned (on one of these, perhaps some or gasp! all? wag naman. hehe) which leaves us disappointed and unsure of what lies ahead. I know that I get lost at times too, but I am (and should be) pretty positive that I too, will get there soon! 

(via annadominiquee)

A List Inspiration: Glitterati Iconoclasts

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When I first saw the dress that Dominique Tiu was wearing, I thought that it was such a stunner! That’s the piece at the right paired with spiked headband and studded belt. Fierce much! 

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By the way, the owner Glitterati, Joanna Ladrido (left) looks great as well.I may add that I’m such a fan girl of these two girls because, well.. they have it all! I follow various blogs but I’m kind of drawn to them because they are really witty and interesting. 

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Oops, going back to the dress, I wish I could pull off this look- moreover, have an appropriate event to wear this if ever. Hahaha.

See more designs at Glitterati Facebook Page

Posted by annadominiquee
  April 03, 2013 at 07:25pm

Badass

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 Outtakes mode! Rawr. I need to have new photos asap. This is another version of my last look. However, the vibe of these set is different. As what I have said in the title, it felt “badass”. Hahahaha! Yep, no judging.

Posted by annadominiquee
  March 17, 2013 at 04:41pm

The Experience Becomes A Story

officialiwrotethisforyou:

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The horror you face today will become the funny story you tell tomorrow.

In the end, everything is overcome and a life is lived.